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  1. The only summary I have for this one is: WE CAN RECOVER FROM OUR SINS.
  2. Just a couple thoughts about what is mentioned concerning the LDS of the terrestial and telestial kingdoms in D&C 76. Terrestial v. 79 These are they who are not valiant in the testimony of Jesus; wherefore, they obtain not the crown over the kingdom of our God. Apparently these are not valiant [showing courage or determination] in church service and so the question becomes, what is valiance – serving until one’s caling and election is made sure? Telestial v. 101 But received not the gospel, neither the testimony of Jesus, neither the prophets, neither the everlasting covenant. Marrying outside the covenant or not marrying [in the covenant even] when opportunity is present is enough to also keep one out of the Terrestial kingdom. If commission of sexual transgression [fornication and adultery] are like unto murder in seriousness, not being married in the everlasting covenant seems to be the sin of omission side of the coin. Any thoughts?
  3. I know the title of this thread sounds blasphemous but I am not going for shock value or attempting to undermine the power and Omniscience of God. My question is this: Because Christ suffered for our sins,pain,temptations,etc. He is the ultimate mediator and judge. Does he essentialy know more about us than God the Father only because he experienced those things first hand?