The Latter-day Saint Concept of Marriage
“Marriage is and should be a sacrament. The word sacrament is variously defined, but among Christian people it signifies a religious act or ceremony, solemnized by one having proper authority. It is a pledge, or solemn covenant, a spiritual sign or bond between the contracting parties themselves and between them and God.”
Be Not Deceived
Search the scriptures that you may not be deceived by false theories and practices and doctrines so prevalent in the world today.
40 Years of Prophetic MessagesFor 40 years, Presidents of the Church and other Prophets and Apostles have used the New Era magazine to deliver counsel to the youth of the Church. Read a short statement from each President of the Church who served during those 40 years.
The Purifying Power of Gethsemane
I feel, and the Spirit seems to accord, that the most important doctrine I can declare, and the most powerful testimony I can bear, is of the atoning sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ.
- Who in these times of stress would not welcome an opportunity to shut out the world and enter into the Lord’s house, there to ponder quietly the eternal things of God? … Surely these temples are unique among all buildings. They are houses of instruction. They are places of covenants and promises. At their altars we kneel before God, our Creator, and are given promise of His everlasting blessings.