Thoughts on Faith

Thoughts on Faith

by Jessica Let us here observe, that three things are necessary in order that any rational and intelligent being may exercise faith in God unto life and salvation: First, the idea that he actually exists. Secondly, a correct idea of his character, perfections, and...
Thoughts on Abortion

Thoughts on Abortion

by Jessica Abortion is probably one of the touchiest subjects that is brought up amongst the women in and outside of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But it’s also an essential topic of discussion, which should be gone over with every person. Abortion,...
Agency, or the Right to Choose

Agency, or the Right to Choose

I am not a perfect person. I will admit that right now to you the reader. The reason that I am not a perfect person is because I have made poor decisions in my life. But it’s those decisions that are an essential part of the plan of salvation. God sent his children to...
The Power of Prayer

The Power of Prayer

by Jessica When I was in Basic Training for the Army, prayer was on the most important things that I had to help me through it. Every morning and every night, I would kneel up on my top bunk and pray for strength for me and my friends who were struggling in my unit....
Thoughts on Baptism for the Dead

Thoughts on Baptism for the Dead

by Jessica In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, when a boy or a girl turns the age of twelve, they are able to do what’s called “Baptisms for the dead.” This is the opportunity to do the baptismal ordinances for those who have passed on, who didn’t have...
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