Mormon Prophets

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (frequently misnamed the Mormon Church) believes in prophets. A prophet is a man called by God to be a witness for Him on earth. Prophets have the authority to speak for God, be a witness of Christ, interpret the word of...

Articles Of Faith

The Articles of Faith of the Mormon Church include: (for the original version go to mormonwiki.com ) The belief in God, the Eternal Father, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost. That all men will be punished for their own sins That through the Atonement of Jesus...

Basic Mormon Beliefs

What Do Mormons Believe About God? In the book Lectures on Faith, the Prophet Joseph Smith outlines three things that a person needs to know to have faith in God, the first is the fact that God actually exists. It is important to establish that belief in God is the...

Joseph Smith Memorial

Joseph Smith Jr., prophet, founder of the Mormon Church, and translator of the Book of Mormon, was martyred. In 1844, when he was 38, Joseph Smith was killed by a mob. He died for his beliefs. At the site of his first home there is now a monument to honor him. The...

Beliefs about God

What Do Mormons Believe About God? In the book Lectures on Faith, the Prophet Joseph Smith outlines three things that a person needs to know to have faith in God, the first is the fact that God actually exists. It is important to establish that belief in God is the...

Priesthood

The priesthood is power given by God to man, so that men may have the authority to act in His name. Christ gave the priesthood to the Twelve Apostles, but after the ascension of Christ, as the Apostles died or were killed, the authority of the priesthood was lost.For...
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