Sunday, April 12, 2009

Jesus Christ Lives

I want to share my testimony that Jesus Christ truly is the Son of God, our Eternal Father. I know Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world. I know He redeems us from sin and from death. He Atoned for my sins and laid down his life willingly for my sake... John 15: 13 Isa. 53: 5
I know He was resurrected and took up His body again from the tomb, a perfect and immortal body of flesh and bone.... for many have touched and felt and witnessed it. There are so many witnesses. Most of all I have felt the powerful witness of the Spirit speak to my spirit Rom. 8: 16 that these things are True. Happy Easter!
God Bless You!

Mary and the Resurrected Jesus Christ

Jesus Shows His Wounds
Go Ye Therefore

The Ascension of Jesus
Jesus Teaching in the Western Hemisphere

Jesus Healing the Nephites

3 Ne. 17:5–10

Jesus Blesses the Nephite Children

Stephen Sees Jesus on the Right Hand of God
Acts 7:54–60

Joseph Smith Sees Jesus on the Right Hand of God

Old Testament, New Testament......Another Testament


handmaiden said...

Sorry, only some of these photos are Christian. The ones that are Mormon owned are not. Please look closer at your religion and know the difference. God Bless.

Alicia said...

Mormon's are Christians. I say this kindly... Maybe you should be the one to take a closer look at it.

Alicia said...

Alma says, “I was … in the most bitter pain and anguish of soul; and never, until I did cry out unto the Lord Jesus Christ for mercy, did I receive a remission of my sins. But behold, I did cry unto him and I did find peace to my soul.

“And now, … I have told you this that ye may learn wisdom, … that there is no other way or means whereby man can be saved, only in and through Christ. …” ( Alma 38:8–9.)

From this scripture you can see that suffering does not bring forgiveness. It comes through faith in Christ and obedience to His teachings, so that His gift of redemption can apply.

You will learn that sincere, repeated prayer, study, and meditation bring a fuller understanding of the atonement of Jesus Christ. Consider His statement from the Book of Mormon:

“Behold, I have come … to bring redemption unto the world, to save the world from sin.

“Therefore, whoso repenteth and cometh unto me as a little child, him will I receive, for of such is the kingdom of God. … Therefore repent, and come unto me … and be saved.” ( 3 Ne. 9:21–22.)

As you ponder such teachings, your own forgiveness will seem more attainable. As you pray from the depth of humility, with total honesty, our Father will hear you and the easing of the burden will begin.

By studying the lives recorded in the Book of Mormon, you will see that selfishness is at the root of all sin. It leads to unrighteous acts that bring anguish and misery.

You will observe that the antidote for selfishness is love, especially love of the Lord. Love can overpower the undermining effect of selfishness. Love engenders faith in Christ’s plan of happiness, provides courage to begin the process of repentance, strengthens the resolve to be obedient to His teachings, and opens the door of service, welcoming in the feelings of self-worth and of being loved and needed.

In time, with the help of a caring, compassionate bishop, you will complete the process of repentance. Then you will have peace and the assurance—even the witness of the Spirit—that the Lord has forgiven you. For some, full relief comes there. Yet there are others who cannot forgive themselves for past transgressions, even knowing the Lord has forgiven them. Somehow they feel compelled to continually condemn themselves and to suffer by frequently recalling the details of past mistakes.

Should there be one such within the sound of my voice, I plead with all of my soul that the Lord will touch your heart and cause you to ponder his declaration:

“Behold, he who has repented of his sins, the same is forgiven, and I, the Lord, remember them no more.

“By this ye may know if a man repenteth of his sins—behold, he will confess them and forsake them.” ( D&C 58:42–43; italics added.)

Can’t you see that to continue to suffer for sins, when there has been proper repentance and forgiveness of the Lord, is not prompted by the Savior but by the master of deceit, whose goal has always been to bind and enslave the children of our Father in Heaven? Satan would encourage you to continue to relive the details of past mistakes, knowing that such thoughts make progress, growth, and service difficult to attain. It is as though Satan ties strings to the mind and body so that he can manipulate one like a puppet, discouraging personal achievement.

I testify that Jesus Christ paid the price and satisfied the demands of justice for all who are obedient to His teachings. Thus, full forgiveness is granted, and the distressing effects of sin need no longer persist in one’s life. Indeed, they cannot persist if one truly understands the meaning of Christ’s Atonement." - Elder Richard G. Scott of the Quorum of the 12 Apostles

Laura said...

Thank you so much :) This is a fantastic blog! Very uplifting. Thank you for sharing the light of Christ. :)

Christina Marie said...

Hey you Lovers Of Christ!
Keep doing what your doing for our Lord! Amen! And Amen! Blessings too you all always! :)