How Can I Recognize the Holy Spirit?

How Can I Recognize the Holy Spirit?

Have you ever felt perfectly calm in the midst of one of life’s tumultuous storms? Or received a sudden idea of how to fix some situation, when before there seemed to be no solution?  Or maybe you have been prompted not to do something, and later you find out that you...
Manifestations of the Holy Ghost

Manifestations of the Holy Ghost

Former Relief Society General President Julie B. Beck said that learning to comprehend and follow the promptings of the Holy Ghost is one of the most important things we will do in our lifetimes.  I converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often...
Who is the Holy Ghost?

Who is the Holy Ghost?

Who is the Holy Ghost? “The Holy Ghost is the third member of the Godhead. He is a personage of spirit, without a body of flesh and bones. He is often referred to as the Spirit, the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of God, the Spirit of the Lord, or the Comforter” (see Gospel...

What is the Holy Ghost?

The Holy Ghost is often referred to as the Holy Spirit. He is the third member of the Godhead, which consists of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is different from the other two in that He does not have a body. This allows Him to perform a variety...

Recognizing God’s Voice

Because we can no longer see God, it can seem as though He is a distant relative on a long journey without any way to send messages at home. The scriptures are wonderful, but a lot has changed since Biblical times and we don’t always know how to adjust the information...
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