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  1. So you are assuming that in the afterlife you will also be gay? How do you know that? That is assuming that someone can be born 'gay' and not develop the trait through childhood. That assumption may be totally wrong. I was born at a time when homosexuality was still illegal and quite frankly, I wish it had stayed that way .
  2. The Bible is a fact - as a religious man you know that So why not accept the doctrine from the Bible that is under your nose and accept that the LDS Church is the ONE True Church. That isn't a question, it is an observation. You either take ALL of the teachings from the Bible, or you take none of it. You cannot pick and choose which parts you like and discard the rest. Which is what most religions do. I was heavily involved with another religion for over 30 years before I discovered the truth. I was not taught by missionaries, either, I found the answers for myself. The Bible = The Truth = The LDS Church That is all we need to know .
  3. Yes it is a wonderful story - but - it is TRUE. We have the true church - and other religions don't like that very much!! .
  4. In our Ward, some have been given Callings in four months, whereas some whom have been Baptised nearly two years still don't have a Calling. You need to go to Church regularly and attend all three-hour blocks of the Church meeting. .
  5. However, that list of 17 points is directly from the Bible. We cannot pick and choose which parts of the Bible we wish to take heed of and those that we don't. Yet, that is what most churches do - except the LDS Church
  6. According to Biblical scholars from all fields there are 17 Signs of the True Faith 17 Points of the True Church of Christ Christ organized the Church (Eph 4:11-14) The true church must bear the name of Jesus Christ (Eph 5:23) The true church must have a foundation of Apostles and Prophets (Eph 2:19-20) The true church must have the same organization as Christ's Church (Eph 4:11-14) The true church must claim divine authority (Heb 5:4-10) The true church must have no paid ministry (1 Cor 9:16-18; Acts 20:33-34; John 10:11-13) The true church must baptise by immersion (Matt 3:13-16) The true church must bestow the gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands (Acts 8:14-17) The true church must practice divine healing (Mark 3:14-15) The true church must teach that God and Jesus are seperate and distinct individuals (John 17:11; 20:17) The true church must teach that God and Jesus have bodies of flesh and bone (Luke 23:36-39; Acts 1:9-11; Heb 1:1-3) The officers must be called by God (Heb 4:4; Ex 28:1; 40:13-16) The true church must claim revelation from God (Amos 3:7) The true church must be a missionary church (Matt 28:19-20) The true church must be a restored church (Acts 3:19-20) The true church must practice baptism for the dead (1Cor 15:16&29) "By their fruits ye shall know them." (Matt 7:20) Therefore the LDS Church is the only True Church That is why I was baptised into the LDS Church. I know that it is true. .
  7. Sounds like sour grapes to me You get engaged. You are having sex but that didn't bother you then. Then he goes on a mission and all of a sudden you want to confess all Is this just to bring him home? .
  8. Bought some Carinessa II whilst I was in Salt Lake City and find them fabulous!! .
  9. I agree with you totally on this one. I too am a Counsellor and TRUST is most important in a relationship. The encouraged list is way over the top. In past relationships I have not wanted the other's passwords to emails etc. Why would I want that? Common sense and reality are important too. In any event, if a spouse wishes to have another relationship a second email account, a second cellphone, etc would be very easy for them to get. .
  10. Being an LDS Member wanting to enter the Temple we have to prove ourselves worthy. Our Bishops and Stake Presidents have the 'power of discernment' given to them through their Calling, by the power of the Priesthood. In plain English that means that they have been bestowed with the power to recognise whether a member sitting before them is, in fact, 'worthy'. When we have our Temple Recommend Interview the Bishop/Stake President is in place of Christ, to question us, to make sure that we fully understand the Covenants that we are wanting to take upon ourselves. They are able to ascertain if a member is lying/covering up in order to get a Recommend. Believe me when I say that they definitely know what they are doing. When the member is in the right place, in the right frame of mind, in the right place as far as the Gospel goes, they will get the Recommend that allows them to take their Covenants in the Temple. .
  11. A member whom is Endowed whom has fallen away from the Church and therefore without a Current Recommend would not be allowed to enter the Temple, so is therefore not entitled to wear the full ceremonial clothing. I thought that members were only allowed to be buried in full ceremonial garments whilst a full Temple Recommend holder immediately prior to death. . .
  12. They still sell the one-piece garments. I bought one at the Distribution Centre at our Temple in January this year. .
  13. A few questions for you When wearing light-coloured clothing why are you ashamed of showing to the World that you are a Latter-Day Saint? That is what the previous poster basically said. Whether the garment shows through clothing or not is immaterial. When at the beach if you want to strip off then wear a full swimsuit (for a woman) or shorts and a tee for a man, replacing the upper garment when dressing. Why do you feel the need to take the garment off just because you are "at the beach"? If you want to shoulder the responsibility for not wearing your garments then that is entirely up to you and your conscience. .
  14. If you wear your garments correctly, ie covered with clothing, nobody will be able to see what you are wearing underneath. Once we have the permission through the Temple to wear the garments we are required to wear them - it isn't a choice of whether we should or should not. We must wear clothing to cover the garment - so no-sleeve tank tops are not an option, they must have short sleeves, or cap sleeves. Choosing not to wear them is breaking the commandment that we made to wear them. It is not your choice to make. You do realise that come your next Temple Recommend Interview you will not be able to answer the garment question honestly and will therefore not be granted the Recommend? The question asks if you are wearing your garments as required, night and day without any alteration. If you are not wearing your garment top so that you can wear what you want to wear then you are not compliant with the requirement. .
  15. Very lovely rings!! The one with the diamond is called 'tension set' For men's rings the cheapest option would be titanium.