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  • GOD HAS COMMANDED, PARENTS ARE TO TEACH THE GOSPEL TO THEIR CHILDREN
    Doctrine & Covenants 25 And again, inasmuch as aparents have children in Zion, or in any of her stakes which are organized, that teach them not to understand the doctrine of repentance, faith in Christ the Son of the living God, and of baptism and the gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of the hands, when eight years old, the sin be upon the heads of the parents.
    26 For this shall be a law unto the inhabitants of Zion, or in any of her stakes which are organized.
    27 And their children shall be baptized for the remission of their sins when eight years old, and receive the laying on of the hands.
    28 And they shall also teach their children to pray, and to walk uprightly before the Lord.
    Many people in the world consider that they have done their full duty to their children, when they have given them shelter, food, clothing, and education, and accumulated property for them to inherit. But Latter-day Saints have a still more important duty, as parents. They must teach their children, when they are eight years old, the doctrines of the gospel – faith, repentance, baptism, and the gift of the Holy Ghost (v. 25). It is not enough to send them to Primaries, Sunday-schools, and day-schools. They themselves have a personal duty to perform as teachers of their children. They must see to it that the little ones are baptized at the age of eight years (v. 27), and that they are taught to pray and walk uprightly before the Lord (v. 28). If parents will do this, they will be blessed. God says of Abraham, that “he shall surely become a great and mighty nation*** for I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him, and they shall keep the way of Lord, to do justice and judgment” (Gen.18:17-19). God could make Abraham the head of a numerous posterity, because of his faithfulness in teaching his children to keep the commandments. (Doctrine & Covenants Commentary, p.414)
    “Now, my brethren and sisters, will you try to take care of your children, and look after them on the Sabbath day, see where they are, bring them to meeting and teach them something they do not know? I recollect, when on my mission in England, I visited a number of my relatives there. They were what we might call sectarian; they did not believe the true gospel*** but when the Sabbath day came, their children were called in, and if they did not go to meeting, they were taught to take a book and read, and the parents sat down and taught them and they read by turns and explained passages of Scripture and history, and they talked to and instructed one another, and thus they spent the day, and when evening came the children had learned something, their minds were improved, and they were better than when the day began” (Joseph F. Smith, Jour. of Dis., Vol. XIV., p. 286).
    Elder Harold B. Lee pointed out that the Lord “gave us what we might style as a five-point program by which parents could teach faith. First, he said, their children were to be baptized when they had reached the age of accountability at eight years; second, they were to be taught to pray; third, they were to be taught to walk uprightly before the Lord; fourth, they were to be taught to keep the Sabbath day holy; and fifth, they were to be schooled not to be idle, either in the Church or in their private lives.
    “All parents who have followed that formula and have so taught their children have reaped the reward of an increased faith in their family, which has stood and will yet stand the test of the difficulties into which their children would yet go.” (In Conference Report, Oct. 1952, p. 17).
    President N. Eldon Tanner noted: “Children who are taught obedience, to honor and obey the law, to have faith in God and to keep His commandments, will as they grow up, honor their parents and be a credit to them; and they will be able to meet and solve their problems, find greater success and joy in life, and contribute greatly to the solution of the problems now causing the world such great concern. It is up to the parents to see to it that their children are prepared through obedience to law for the positions of leadership they will occupy in the future, where their responsibility will be to bring peace and righteousness to the world.” (In Conference Report, Apr. 1970, p. 65.)
    Regarding rebellious children of righteous parents, President Spencer W. Kimball observed: “I have sometimes seen children of good families rebel, resist, stray, sin, and even actually fight God. In this they bring sorrow to their parents, who have done their best to set in movement a current and to teach and live as examples. But I have repeatedly seen many of these same children, after years of wandering, mellow, realize what they have been missing, repent, and make great contribution to the spiritual life of their community. The reason I believe this can take place is that, despite all the adverse winds to which these people have been subjected, they have been influenced still more, and much more than they realized, by the current of life in the homes in which they were reared. When, in later years, they feel a longing to recreate in their own families the same atmosphere they enjoyed as children, they are likely to turn to the faith that gave meaning to their parents’ lives.
    “There is no guarantee, of course, that righteous parents will succeed always in holding their children, and certainly they may lose them if they do not do all in their power. The children have their free agency.
    “But if we as parents fail to influence our families and set them on the ‘strait and narrow way’, then certainly the waves, the winds of temptation and evil will carry the posterity away from the path.
    “Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it’. (Prov. 22:6) What we do know is that righteous parents who strive to develop wholesome influences for their children will be held blameless at the last day, and that they will succeed in saving most of their children, if not all.” (In Conference Report, Oct. 1974, p. 160; or Ensign, Nov. 1974, pp. 111-12.)
    GOD HAS COMMANDED, PARENTS ARE TO TEACH THE GOSPEL TO THEIR CHILDREN Doctrine & Covenants 25 And again, inasmuch as aparents have children in Zion, or in any of her stakes which are organized, that teach them not to understand the doctrine of repentance, faith in Christ the Son of the living God, and of baptism and the gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of the hands, when eight years old, the sin be upon the heads of the parents. 26 For this shall be a law unto the inhabitants of Zion, or in any of her stakes which are organized. 27 And their children shall be baptized for the remission of their sins when eight years old, and receive the laying on of the hands. 28 And they shall also teach their children to pray, and to walk uprightly before the Lord. Many people in the world consider that they have done their full duty to their children, when they have given them shelter, food, clothing, and education, and accumulated property for them to inherit. But Latter-day Saints have a still more important duty, as parents. They must teach their children, when they are eight years old, the doctrines of the gospel – faith, repentance, baptism, and the gift of the Holy Ghost (v. 25). It is not enough to send them to Primaries, Sunday-schools, and day-schools. They themselves have a personal duty to perform as teachers of their children. They must see to it that the little ones are baptized at the age of eight years (v. 27), and that they are taught to pray and walk uprightly before the Lord (v. 28). If parents will do this, they will be blessed. God says of Abraham, that “he shall surely become a great and mighty nation*** for I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him, and they shall keep the way of Lord, to do justice and judgment” (Gen.18:17-19). God could make Abraham the head of a numerous posterity, because of his faithfulness in teaching his children to keep the commandments. (Doctrine & Covenants Commentary, p.414) “Now, my brethren and sisters, will you try to take care of your children, and look after them on the Sabbath day, see where they are, bring them to meeting and teach them something they do not know? I recollect, when on my mission in England, I visited a number of my relatives there. They were what we might call sectarian; they did not believe the true gospel*** but when the Sabbath day came, their children were called in, and if they did not go to meeting, they were taught to take a book and read, and the parents sat down and taught them and they read by turns and explained passages of Scripture and history, and they talked to and instructed one another, and thus they spent the day, and when evening came the children had learned something, their minds were improved, and they were better than when the day began” (Joseph F. Smith, Jour. of Dis., Vol. XIV., p. 286). Elder Harold B. Lee pointed out that the Lord “gave us what we might style as a five-point program by which parents could teach faith. First, he said, their children were to be baptized when they had reached the age of accountability at eight years; second, they were to be taught to pray; third, they were to be taught to walk uprightly before the Lord; fourth, they were to be taught to keep the Sabbath day holy; and fifth, they were to be schooled not to be idle, either in the Church or in their private lives. “All parents who have followed that formula and have so taught their children have reaped the reward of an increased faith in their family, which has stood and will yet stand the test of the difficulties into which their children would yet go.” (In Conference Report, Oct. 1952, p. 17). President N. Eldon Tanner noted: “Children who are taught obedience, to honor and obey the law, to have faith in God and to keep His commandments, will as they grow up, honor their parents and be a credit to them; and they will be able to meet and solve their problems, find greater success and joy in life, and contribute greatly to the solution of the problems now causing the world such great concern. It is up to the parents to see to it that their children are prepared through obedience to law for the positions of leadership they will occupy in the future, where their responsibility will be to bring peace and righteousness to the world.” (In Conference Report, Apr. 1970, p. 65.) Regarding rebellious children of righteous parents, President Spencer W. Kimball observed: “I have sometimes seen children of good families rebel, resist, stray, sin, and even actually fight God. In this they bring sorrow to their parents, who have done their best to set in movement a current and to teach and live as examples. But I have repeatedly seen many of these same children, after years of wandering, mellow, realize what they have been missing, repent, and make great contribution to the spiritual life of their community. The reason I believe this can take place is that, despite all the adverse winds to which these people have been subjected, they have been influenced still more, and much more than they realized, by the current of life in the homes in which they were reared. When, in later years, they feel a longing to recreate in their own families the same atmosphere they enjoyed as children, they are likely to turn to the faith that gave meaning to their parents’ lives. “There is no guarantee, of course, that righteous parents will succeed always in holding their children, and certainly they may lose them if they do not do all in their power. The children have their free agency. “But if we as parents fail to influence our families and set them on the ‘strait and narrow way’, then certainly the waves, the winds of temptation and evil will carry the posterity away from the path. “Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it’. (Prov. 22:6) What we do know is that righteous parents who strive to develop wholesome influences for their children will be held blameless at the last day, and that they will succeed in saving most of their children, if not all.” (In Conference Report, Oct. 1974, p. 160; or Ensign, Nov. 1974, pp. 111-12.)
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  • For those who think or say that Brigham Young conspired to kill Joseph Smith, repent now! These two great men and servants of God, are being attacked now more than ever. But they stand triumphant before the Lord!

    Brigham Young and his love of Joseph Smith

    Brigham Young had a great love for the Prophet Joseph Smith and it dominated the life of Brigham. In meeting the Prophet, following his escape from Missouri, Brigham wrote that it was “one of the most joyful scenes of my life” to “strike hands” with him again. Brigham later declared, “I honor and revere the name of Joseph Smith. I delight to hear it; I love it. I love his doctrine. And with his last breath on earth he whispered, “Joseph! Joseph! Joseph!”
    For those who think or say that Brigham Young conspired to kill Joseph Smith, repent now! These two great men and servants of God, are being attacked now more than ever. But they stand triumphant before the Lord! Brigham Young and his love of Joseph Smith Brigham Young had a great love for the Prophet Joseph Smith and it dominated the life of Brigham. In meeting the Prophet, following his escape from Missouri, Brigham wrote that it was “one of the most joyful scenes of my life” to “strike hands” with him again. Brigham later declared, “I honor and revere the name of Joseph Smith. I delight to hear it; I love it. I love his doctrine. And with his last breath on earth he whispered, “Joseph! Joseph! Joseph!”
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  • The Great men of the Smith Family!

    Doctrine and Covenants 23:5 Behold, I speak a few words unto you, Joseph; for thou also art under no condemnation, and thy calling also is to exhortation, and to strengthen the church; and this is thy duty from henceforth and forever. Amen.

    Joseph Smith Sr., the father of the Prophet, was born July 12th, 1771. He was the first to receive the testimony of his illustrious son, after the Angel had visited the Prophet on the 22nd of September, 1823, and he was baptized the 6th of April, 1830. On December 18th, 1833, he was ordained a Patriarch, an office that was to continue from father to son. (See Section 107:40; 124:91). He died September 14th, 1840.
    The Revelations to Joseph Smith Sr., and Hyrum Smith contain an identical prediction to the effect that it was their calling to strengthen the Church forever. This could not refer to their personal ministry on Earth, but it has been fulfilled in the ministry of their descendants, and will, no doubt, come true, as the Revelations say, “forever”. (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary, p. 121-122)
    The Great men of the Smith Family! Doctrine and Covenants 23:5 Behold, I speak a few words unto you, Joseph; for thou also art under no condemnation, and thy calling also is to exhortation, and to strengthen the church; and this is thy duty from henceforth and forever. Amen. Joseph Smith Sr., the father of the Prophet, was born July 12th, 1771. He was the first to receive the testimony of his illustrious son, after the Angel had visited the Prophet on the 22nd of September, 1823, and he was baptized the 6th of April, 1830. On December 18th, 1833, he was ordained a Patriarch, an office that was to continue from father to son. (See Section 107:40; 124:91). He died September 14th, 1840. The Revelations to Joseph Smith Sr., and Hyrum Smith contain an identical prediction to the effect that it was their calling to strengthen the Church forever. This could not refer to their personal ministry on Earth, but it has been fulfilled in the ministry of their descendants, and will, no doubt, come true, as the Revelations say, “forever”. (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary, p. 121-122)
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  • The Great men of the Smith Family!!

    Doctrine and Covenants 23:4 Behold, I speak a few words unto you, Samuel: for thou also art under no condemnation, and thy calling is to exhortation, and to strengthen the church; and thou art not as yet called to preach before the world. Amen.

    4. Samuel H. Smith, the fourth son of Joseph Smith, Sen., was born on the 13th of March, 1808, and was baptized on the 15th of May, 1829, the same day as Joseph and Oliver were baptized. He was one of the first six members of the Church, and one of the Eight Witnesses. On the 13th of June, 1830, he was sent on a mission with some copies of the Book of Mormon. Tracting was uphill work, then as now. Samuel was turned away from most of the houses he approached. At an inn the landlord abused him, as soon as he stated what the Book of Mormon contained, calling him a liar and ordering him out of the house. Sick at heart, he left the place and washed his feet in a brook as a testimony against that man; then he laid his weary head to rest under an apple tree. He learned, a few days later, that the inn-keeper had died of smallpox.
    Samuel H. Smith had some wonderful experiences. After the engagement with a mob, known as the Crooked River battle, he went to Illinois, in company with about twenty others, through a wild part of the country. They were pursued by fifty well-armed men, who had orders to bring them back, dead or alive. Soon only four miles of prairie lay between them and their pursuers. Then a snowstorm came, with such a fury that they were completely hidden from the enemy, and escaped. Later on, their provisions gave out, and they subsisted on lynne buds and slippery elm bark. One evening the company appointed Samuel H. Smith their president, and prayed to the Lord for a revelation. That night the Spirit of the Lord came upon him, and he said: “Thus saith the Lord; my servant Joseph is not injured, nor any of his brethren that are with him; but they will all be delivered out of the hands of their enemies; your families are all well, but anxious about you. Let your hearts be comforted, for I, the Lord, will provide food for you on the morrow.” This Revelation proved true in every detail. The next day they came upon an Indian camp, where they received a supply of good bread (Historical Record, p. 618). On his deathbed Joseph Smith, Sr., gave his son Samuel this blessing:
    “Samuel, you have been a faithful and obedient son. By your faithfulness you have brought many into the Church. The Lord has seen your diligence, and you are blessed, in that He has never chastised you, but has called you home to rest; and there is a crown laid up for you, which shall grow brighter and brighter unto the perfect day.”
    Samuel H. Smith died July 30th, 1844, shortly after his two brothers, Joseph and Hyrum, had passed beyond the veil, martyrs for the cause of truth and liberty. (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary, p. 120-121)
    The Great men of the Smith Family!! Doctrine and Covenants 23:4 Behold, I speak a few words unto you, Samuel: for thou also art under no condemnation, and thy calling is to exhortation, and to strengthen the church; and thou art not as yet called to preach before the world. Amen. 4. Samuel H. Smith, the fourth son of Joseph Smith, Sen., was born on the 13th of March, 1808, and was baptized on the 15th of May, 1829, the same day as Joseph and Oliver were baptized. He was one of the first six members of the Church, and one of the Eight Witnesses. On the 13th of June, 1830, he was sent on a mission with some copies of the Book of Mormon. Tracting was uphill work, then as now. Samuel was turned away from most of the houses he approached. At an inn the landlord abused him, as soon as he stated what the Book of Mormon contained, calling him a liar and ordering him out of the house. Sick at heart, he left the place and washed his feet in a brook as a testimony against that man; then he laid his weary head to rest under an apple tree. He learned, a few days later, that the inn-keeper had died of smallpox. Samuel H. Smith had some wonderful experiences. After the engagement with a mob, known as the Crooked River battle, he went to Illinois, in company with about twenty others, through a wild part of the country. They were pursued by fifty well-armed men, who had orders to bring them back, dead or alive. Soon only four miles of prairie lay between them and their pursuers. Then a snowstorm came, with such a fury that they were completely hidden from the enemy, and escaped. Later on, their provisions gave out, and they subsisted on lynne buds and slippery elm bark. One evening the company appointed Samuel H. Smith their president, and prayed to the Lord for a revelation. That night the Spirit of the Lord came upon him, and he said: “Thus saith the Lord; my servant Joseph is not injured, nor any of his brethren that are with him; but they will all be delivered out of the hands of their enemies; your families are all well, but anxious about you. Let your hearts be comforted, for I, the Lord, will provide food for you on the morrow.” This Revelation proved true in every detail. The next day they came upon an Indian camp, where they received a supply of good bread (Historical Record, p. 618). On his deathbed Joseph Smith, Sr., gave his son Samuel this blessing: “Samuel, you have been a faithful and obedient son. By your faithfulness you have brought many into the Church. The Lord has seen your diligence, and you are blessed, in that He has never chastised you, but has called you home to rest; and there is a crown laid up for you, which shall grow brighter and brighter unto the perfect day.” Samuel H. Smith died July 30th, 1844, shortly after his two brothers, Joseph and Hyrum, had passed beyond the veil, martyrs for the cause of truth and liberty. (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary, p. 120-121)
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  • SONG OF THE HEART
    Doctrine and Covenants 25:12 For my soul delighteth in the song of the heart; yea, the song of the righteous is a prayer unto me, and it shall be answered with a blessing upon their heads.
    12. The song of the heart] God delights in the song of the heart; not in the mere sound of the lips. Singing from the heart is worship; wherefore Paul says, “I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also” (1 Cor. 14:15). In such singing God takes delight. No music is as sweet as religious compositions; none is so majestic, so inspiring. Martial music stirs up the animal in man. So called “ragtime” breeds frivolity, and appeals to the vulgar. Set to sacred text, it may produce a sensation of distressing incongruity. “Jazz” is an abomination, an evidence of recrudescence of savagery. (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary p. 129-130)
    What is a song of the heart? In what way might feelings of the heart be associated with true worship?
    Writing on the importance of music, Elder Bruce R. McConkie said:
    “Music is given of God to further His purposes. Sweet melodies mellow the souls of men and help prepare them for the gospel. After men receive the truth, songs of praise to Deity help to sanctify and cleanse their souls. It follows that the best and greatest music is that in which, by both note and word, God is praised and His truths are extolled. On the other hand, music can be used for sensuous and carnal purposes. To accomplish the Lord’s aims both word and melody must be edifying and lead to wholesome thoughts and emotions. There is vulgar as well as virtuous music.” (Mormon Doctrine, p. 521; see also D&C 45:71; 136:28; 1 Corinthians 14:26; Ephesians 5:18-19.)
    Elder Boyd K. Packer said:
    “There are many references in the scriptures, both ancient and modern, that attest to the influence of righteous music. The Lord, Himself, was prepared for His greatest test through its influence, for the scripture records: ‘And when they had sung an hymn, they went out into the mount of Olives.’ (Mark 14:26.)”. (Ensign, Jan. 1974, p. 28.)

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    SONG OF THE HEART Doctrine and Covenants 25:12 For my soul delighteth in the song of the heart; yea, the song of the righteous is a prayer unto me, and it shall be answered with a blessing upon their heads. 12. The song of the heart] God delights in the song of the heart; not in the mere sound of the lips. Singing from the heart is worship; wherefore Paul says, “I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also” (1 Cor. 14:15). In such singing God takes delight. No music is as sweet as religious compositions; none is so majestic, so inspiring. Martial music stirs up the animal in man. So called “ragtime” breeds frivolity, and appeals to the vulgar. Set to sacred text, it may produce a sensation of distressing incongruity. “Jazz” is an abomination, an evidence of recrudescence of savagery. (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary p. 129-130) What is a song of the heart? In what way might feelings of the heart be associated with true worship? Writing on the importance of music, Elder Bruce R. McConkie said: “Music is given of God to further His purposes. Sweet melodies mellow the souls of men and help prepare them for the gospel. After men receive the truth, songs of praise to Deity help to sanctify and cleanse their souls. It follows that the best and greatest music is that in which, by both note and word, God is praised and His truths are extolled. On the other hand, music can be used for sensuous and carnal purposes. To accomplish the Lord’s aims both word and melody must be edifying and lead to wholesome thoughts and emotions. There is vulgar as well as virtuous music.” (Mormon Doctrine, p. 521; see also D&C 45:71; 136:28; 1 Corinthians 14:26; Ephesians 5:18-19.) Elder Boyd K. Packer said: “There are many references in the scriptures, both ancient and modern, that attest to the influence of righteous music. The Lord, Himself, was prepared for His greatest test through its influence, for the scripture records: ‘And when they had sung an hymn, they went out into the mount of Olives.’ (Mark 14:26.)”. (Ensign, Jan. 1974, p. 28.) https://josephsmithfoundation.org/music-the-forgotten-language-of-the-heart/
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  • The Great men of the Smith Family!

    Doctrine and Covenants 23:3 Behold, I speak unto you Hyrum, a few words; for thou also art under no condemnation, and thy heart is opened, and thy tongue loosed; and thy calling is to exhortation, and to strengthen the church continually. Wherefore thy duty is unto the church forever, and this because of thy family. Amen.

    3. Thy duty is unto the Church for ever] Hyrum Smith, the beloved brother of Joseph, successfully proclaimed the gospel, after his tongue has been loosened. On November 7th, 1837, he was appointed a counselor to the Prophet instead of Fred G. Williams, who was rejected by the Conference at Far West. On January 19th, 1841, he was appointed Patriarch to the Church, for which office he had been blessed by his father, it being his by birthright. He was continually strengthening the Church.
    “There is another thing of great significance in this brief blessing to Hyrum Smith which is: ‘Wherefore thy duty is unto the church forever, and this because of thy family. Amen.’ It is doubtful if the Prophet Joseph fully understood the meaning of this expression when this revelation was given. In later years it was made clear. Evidently it has reference to the office of Patriarch and in this office, it was his duty and that of his family forever.’” (“Church History and Modern Revelation,” series 1, p. 113). (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary, p. 120)
    The Great men of the Smith Family! Doctrine and Covenants 23:3 Behold, I speak unto you Hyrum, a few words; for thou also art under no condemnation, and thy heart is opened, and thy tongue loosed; and thy calling is to exhortation, and to strengthen the church continually. Wherefore thy duty is unto the church forever, and this because of thy family. Amen. 3. Thy duty is unto the Church for ever] Hyrum Smith, the beloved brother of Joseph, successfully proclaimed the gospel, after his tongue has been loosened. On November 7th, 1837, he was appointed a counselor to the Prophet instead of Fred G. Williams, who was rejected by the Conference at Far West. On January 19th, 1841, he was appointed Patriarch to the Church, for which office he had been blessed by his father, it being his by birthright. He was continually strengthening the Church. “There is another thing of great significance in this brief blessing to Hyrum Smith which is: ‘Wherefore thy duty is unto the church forever, and this because of thy family. Amen.’ It is doubtful if the Prophet Joseph fully understood the meaning of this expression when this revelation was given. In later years it was made clear. Evidently it has reference to the office of Patriarch and in this office, it was his duty and that of his family forever.’” (“Church History and Modern Revelation,” series 1, p. 113). (Smith & Sjodahl; Doctrine and Covenants Commentary, p. 120)
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  • Our choices have consequences and we have been told the right way to vote and we will be held accountable before God.

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    Our choices have consequences and we have been told the right way to vote and we will be held accountable before God. https://www.mormonchronicle.com/would-god-vote-of-biden/?fbclid=IwAR0ZFKa7cwZOa4kaac-oFtxIAWiWYu3EFV7sWJQAS7NBeC9yNDvjq4uX7o0
    Would God Vote for Biden?
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  • “When we see the time that we can willingly strike hands and have full fellowship with those who despise
    the Kingdom of God, know ye then that the Priesthood of the Son of God is out of your possession.”
    Brigham Young, JD 10:273
    “When we see the time that we can willingly strike hands and have full fellowship with those who despise the Kingdom of God, know ye then that the Priesthood of the Son of God is out of your possession.” Brigham Young, JD 10:273
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