Hear the Prophet's Voice!
This coming Saturday and Sunday is General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. God's living prophet, his two counselors, and the Twelve Apostles will speak to the world via satellite broadcast as well as on line. You can watch or listen to these brethren speak on April 04 and 05, 2009. For a complete schedule please visit: http://lds.org The President and Prophet of the Church: Thomas S. Monson, 1st Counselor: Henry B. Eyring (with glasses) and 2nd Counselor: Dieter F. Utchdorf
The gospel of Jesus Christ is RESTORED in its fullness and is a wonderful blessing to all of those who have discovered its existence and have accepted it! My life has been fully enriched because of the doctrines and principles of Christ's gospel.
In Amos we learn that God will do nothing unless it is through His prophets! 7 Surely the Lord God will do nothing, abut he brevealeth his csecret unto his servants the dprophets. ~Amos 3:7 This has been a TRUTH from the beginning of time when Heavenly Father spoke with Adam, Noah, Abraham, and Moses. Each of these Old Testament prophets held the Priesthood of God and received revelations given from God above to be a spokesman (mouthpiece for God) for the children upon the earth.
Each prophet had a different calling and purpose to fulfill while on the earth! It is no different today. God has restored His church and gospel back to the earth for the final time before Christ's Second Coming.The amazing Conference Center which is huge inside as you can see!
Daniel 2:44-45~ Nebuchadnezzar’s dream is revealed to Daniel—The king saw a great image; a stone cut from the mountain without hands destroyed the image; and the stone grew and filled the whole earth—The stone is the latter-day kingdom of God.
44 And in the adays of these bkings shall the God of heaven cset up a dkingdom, which shall never be edestroyed: and the fkingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall gbreak in pieces and hconsume all these ikingdoms, and it shall stand for ever.
2. Noah~ Found in 2 Peter 2:5
5 And spared not the old world, but saved aNoah the eighth person, a preacher of brighteousness, bringing in the cflood upon the world of the ungodly;
3. Abraham~ Found in Galatians 3:8
8 And the scripture, foreseeing that God would justify the aheathen through faith, preached before the bgospel unto Abraham, saying, In thee shall all cnations be dblessed.
4. Moses ~ Found in Lev. 27:34
5. Jesus Christ ~
14 I am the good ashepherd, and bknow my csheep, and am known of mine.
6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the away, the btruth, and the life: no man ccometh unto the Father, but by me.
16 ¶ For aGod so bloved the cworld, that he dgave his eonly begotten fSon, that whosoever gbelieveth in him should not perish, but have heverlasting ilife.
The Washington D.C. Temple
6. Joseph Smith~
7. President Thomas S. Monson ~ Current Living Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Thomas S. Monson, “Come unto Him in Prayer and Faith,” Liahona, Mar 2009, 2–7
“Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.”1 So spoke the wise Solomon, the son of David, king of Israel.
Jacob, the brother of Nephi, declared, “Look unto God with firmness of mind, and pray unto him with exceeding faith.”2
In this dispensation, in a revelation given to the Prophet Joseph Smith, the Lord said, “Look unto me in every thought; doubt not, fear not.”3
This divinely inspired counsel comes to us today as crystal clear water to a parched earth.
We live in troubled times. Doctors’ offices are filled with individuals who are beset with emotional problems as well as physical distress. Divorce courts are overflowing because people have unsolved problems. Human resource administrators in government and industry work long hours in an effort to assist people with their problems.
One human resource officer assigned to handle petty grievances concluded an unusually hectic day by placing facetiously a little sign on his desk for those with unsolved problems. It read, “Have you tried prayer?” What he may not have realized was that this simple counsel would solve more problems, alleviate more suffering, prevent more transgression, and bring about greater peace and contentment in the human soul than could be obtained in any other way.
A prominent American judge was asked what we as citizens of the countries of the world could do to reduce crime and disobedience to law and to bring peace and contentment into our lives and into our nations. He carefully replied, “I would suggest a return to the old-fashioned practice of family prayer.”