A simple question posed on Twitter Sunday night — “What’s an LDS doctrine that … really speaks to you?” — received almost 200 responses, including one from BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum.
Those who responded mentioned doctrines such as the Atonement, eternal families, and Heavenly Mother.
Knowing that the worth of every soul is great in the sight of God –imperfections and all. And by serving others, we find indescribable joy.
— Tanner Mangum (@tannermangum) July 10, 2017
Unity. We are not meant to endure life alone. We are to serve and lift each other up. Through selfless service, we come closer to God.
— Alyssa Winberg (@LyssaFletch) July 10, 2017
Knowing we're all children of God makes a huge difference in the way I look at others. If I'm frustrated with someone, I think of that.
— Kaisey Paradis (@KaiseyParadis) July 10, 2017
That the atonement isn't just for when we sin, it's for us when we feel our lowest. So we know we're not the only one who's felt that way.
— Spoopy Mom🎃🤰🏻 (@shylakunz) July 10, 2017
Eternal progression. That God didn't create us to be His little minions forever, but wants us to be all that He is, like any good parent.
— abs at the park (@itsabsaf) July 10, 2017
Eternal marriage – I can't imagine my relationship with Alex ending at death. That would be unbearable.
— kelsey jannings (@kelseycrist) July 10, 2017
that we get a chance to learn from one another. from speakers to teachers, no one is being paid or trained. we learn from everyone around us
— olivia ✨ (@livvidiaz) July 10, 2017
our respect for Eve
not really a "hell"
continual revelation – we don't know everything and we aren't supposed to
— Character Actress Margo Martindale (@julia__ghoulia) July 10, 2017
The doctrine of charity is my favorite. Call me a hippie but if everyone cared about other people that would be great.
— Grim (@DnDGeologist) July 10, 2017
Heavenly Mother-When struggling w/ the church its Her & Mother Eve that helps me stay theyre my strongest ex. of strength love & compassion
— Hannah (@hmbullman) July 10, 2017