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1. Truth Will Prevail: The Rise of
 
2. History of the Church of Jesus
 
3. Hymns: The Church of Jesus Christ
 
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4. We Believe: Doctrines and Principles
 
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5. 173rd Annual General Conference
 
6. Sacred Temples of the Church of
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7. The Doctrine And Covenants, Of
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8. A Different Jesus?: The Christ
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9. HYMNS OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
 
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10. Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ
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11. Temples of the Church of Jesus
 
12. Scripture Stories
13. We Believe: Doctrines and Principles
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14. One Hundred Years of Mormonism;
 
15. [Complete 8 Volume Hardbound Set
 
16. Children's Songbook of the Church
 
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17. Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ
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18. Fundamentalist Church of Jesus
19. Life of Joseph F. Smith, Sixth
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20. Scripture Study for Latter-Day

1. Truth Will Prevail: The Rise of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the British Isles, 1837-1987
by V. Ben (Editor); Moss, James R. (Editor); Porter, Larry C. (Editor) Bloxham
Hardcover: 462 Pages (1987)
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2. History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (7 V. + Index)
by Joseph Smith
 Paperback: Pages (1978)

Isbn: 0877476888
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3. Hymns: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
 Hardcover: Pages (1972)

Asin: B000M7V0F0
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5-0 out of 5 stars Older LDS HYMN Book
This is a great book to sing from if you are a religious person and enjoy music that is calm and soothing. ... Read more


4. We Believe: Doctrines and Principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
by Rulon T. Burton
 Hardcover: 1200 Pages (1994-04-01)
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Asin: 0964069601
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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A comprehensive reference work on what Mormons (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) believe. Contains almost nine hundred doctrines and principles of the Church, supported by quotations from Church leaders. Used by Church Seminaries and Institutes world wide. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product! Great Service!
I am very happy with my purchase.I purchased atAmazon, but from an individual seller.It arrived as described, at a great price and sooner than I expected.Excellent seller!

5-0 out of 5 stars Agree with above!
Just wanted to state that I agree with those above. Very handy tool, especially when looking for quotes for talks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Handy Hand-Held Reference.
The soft-back version of this book is a handy hand-held reference book. The format is topical, with several quotes elaborating on the various headings. It is a rather straightforward topical study of the gospel. Brother Burton rotates the speakers. So unlike "Mormon Doctrine," the brainchild of Elder Bruce R. McConkie, it is not just one voice, but also many voices. He has quotes from all parts of this dispensation, and also includes citations from the scriptures, making the book complete and powerful.

Testimonial: A friend of mine who was a counselor at Especially For Youth (a youth summer camp like Vacation bible School), said that another one of the counselors used this book to help resolve the questions of one of the attendees. That makes it worth the bother of compiling and publishing.

This book is quite user friendly. I was really impressed with the cross-referencing of topics. The Savior "expounded all the scriptures in one" (3 Nephi 23:14), and this unity is key to understanding the gospel. I have been using it a lot since becoming an instructor in my church's Elder's class.

The cover is nice and attractive. The marble pattern makes the book look like a bank: solid, authoritative and assuring. The printing quality is good: there is no fading and I have yet to find a typo. I also like the cover font and design, which are appropriate with out being gaudy or garish.

The hardbound edition also comes with the book on CD-ROM, for easier access.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent refer. book for writing talks, preparing lessons
An excellent reference book for writing talks, preparing lessons, or researching Gospel topics."We Believe" contains the writing of modern-day LDS prophets and apostles (as well as scriptures) organized by topic (such as Prayer, Revelation, Apostacy, Priesthood, etc.) ... Read more


5. 173rd Annual General Conference Latter-Day Saint Mormon April 2003 (DVD Boxed Set) (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Annual General Conference, FIVE DVDs, THIS IS THE DVD BOXED SET)
by Latter-Day Saint Church Mormons
 Audio CD: Pages (2003)
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DVD SET! PLEASE NOTE THIS IS THE DVD SET, REGION 1 ENCODED (THERE IS NO UPC ON IT, SO IT COULD NOT BE LISTED IN DVDS, SO PUT IT IN AUDIO CDS--BUT THIS IS THE SET OF DVDS FOR THE LDS CONFERENCE). FORMAT DVD. The five DVDs contain the talks and music from each session of conference, with voice-over available in 15 languages. English subtitles and closed captions are also available. Talks are from LDS Church Notables such as: Gordon B. Hinckley, Thomas S. Monson, James E. Faust, Elder Russell M. Nelson, Elder David E. Sorensen, Elder Robert D. Hales, Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin, Elder Henry B. Eyring (not a Counselor to the Prophet), Elder L. Tom Perry, Elder David B. Haight, Bishop H. David Burton, Susan W. Tanner, and many more. DVDs also include the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Some of the songs featured are: "Where Love Is", "Come Unto Him", "Arise, O God, and Shine", "Guide Us, O Thous Great Jehovah", "Hark, All Ye Nations", "He Sent His Son", and many more. A nice booklet is enclosed featuring the various languages, schedule, and index to speakers. Nice and inspirational set of material. Priesthood, Relief Society, and all are covered. ... Read more


6. Sacred Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
by Gordon B. Hinckley
 Pamphlet: 12 Pages (1984)

Asin: B000WSF8CA
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Informational booklet about Mormon temples and doctrine of the Restored Church. Includes 20 color photos. ... Read more


7. The Doctrine And Covenants, Of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, Containing The Revelations Given To Joseph Smith, Junior (1879)
by Orson Pratt
Hardcover: 508 Pages (2009-08-27)
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Containing The Revelations Given To Joseph Smith, Junior, The Prophet, For The Building Up Of The Kingdom Of God In The Last Days. ... Read more


8. A Different Jesus?: The Christ Of The Latter-day Saints
by Robert L. Millet
Paperback: 226 Pages (2005-04-30)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Are Latter-day Saints Christian, or do they worship a different Jesus? In this engaging book based on the foundational Mormon documents, Robert Millet clearly explains why Latter-day Saints claim to be Christians and compares their understanding of Jesus with the views of traditional Christian believers.

A leading Mormon scholar who has spent much of his career in conversation with traditional Christians and their writings, Millet discusses what constitutes Christianity and examines how the Latter-day Saints fit or do not fit within that rubric. Intended to inform rather than to convince or persuade, A Different Jesus? clears away misconceptions and doctrinal distortions that characterize more polemical works about Mormonism. Millet points out the many beliefs that Latter-day Saints hold in common with traditional Christians, yet he also emphasizes differences where they exist.

A Different Jesus? initiates and will foster a significant dialogue between Latter-day Saints and traditional Christians. Of special value are a lengthy chapter that answers some of the most frequently asked questions about Mormonism, a glossary showing how key theological terms are defined by Latter-day Saints, and evangelical scholar Richard Mouw's foreword and afterword, which help set an agenda for future discussions between these rich religious traditions. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Description of My Faith in Christ
I am a born-again Mormon, and I love this book. Millet does an excellent job of describing how members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints see Jesus Christ, what it means to us to have faith in him, and how we perceive that we are saved by his grace. He beautifully describes MY faith in Jesus Christ as the Son of God, God the Son, and my Savior and Redeemer.

This book is written with the intent to inform rather than to persuade. There is no proselyting in this book. It is simply a thorough description of who Christ is to the Latter-day Saints, what we believe about him and why.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who sincerely wants to understand how Mormons view Christ. They will come away well-informed, and with a deeper understanding of whether or how the Jesus we believe in is fundamentally "different" than the Jesus they believe in. Those who value increased understanding as indispensable to loving one's neighbor will enjoy this rich resource.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid, Thorough, and Accurate Examination
This is another fantastic work in a long line of Robert Millet's writings. In his traditional manner, the book is a solid, thorough, and accurate examination of the subject. It is also written in a user-friendly and insightful way. Definitely "five stars" from me.

5-0 out of 5 stars An unanswerable vindication of LDS Christology/soteriology
I wish to direct the attention of all readers to the inane drivel spewed so copiously forth by the scandal-mongering, agenda-driven reviewers who assigned a one- or two-star rating to this book. I would have all consider not only the dearth of quotations from the actual book in such negative reviews, but the dishonestly partial use of what few quotations were presented.

Straining at the merest gnats, these casuistic, camel-swallowing detractors reveal a spirit that could as easily be turned from an assault on Mormonism to an open attack on the Bible itself.

Objection is made against the author's conception of Jesus as the firstborn of our Father in Heaven. And yet this doctrine finds support at once in the New Testament (Romans 8:29, Colossians 1:15) and, to those attuned to the Spirit of Truth, the Old (Numbers 18:15). Indeed, no one can claim membership in the body of Christ who denies His status as the firstborn (see Hebrews 12:23), and thus these critics in their purblind zeal reject even the very Christ.

Objection is also made against the author's identification of Jesus as a Brother. Here again we find LDS doctrine vindicated in full by no less a text than the Bible (Matthew 25:40, Matthew 28:10, John 20:17). Surely it could not be otherwise, as our Heavenly Father is designated "the Father of spirits" (Hebrews 12:9), and Jesus was as much as spirit as any other being created in God's image, so that the author of the epistle to the Hebrews is in his rights to place a clear distinction between Jesus and the Father (Hebrews 1:5).

Objection is also raised against the LDS doctrine of a Trinity composed of united but distinct Personages. Yet, to anyone possessed of common sense, a reading of Mark 1:11 is enough to show the soundness of such a doctrine. Only a man set on a belief that Christ was a ventriloquist par excellence could think otherwise after reading that passage. John, indeed, makes plain how the oneness of the Trinity is to be interpreted (John 17:11). Those who conceive of the Trinity as one indivisible substance would have no difficulty conceiving the same of Adam and Eve who were made "one flesh" (Genesis 2:24). Without any question, too, the vision splendid which was revealed to Stephen puts to utter silence any further controversy on the question of whether or not Jesus and His Father are one undivided substance (Acts 7:55-56).

Finally, objection is foolishly raised against the origins of Mormonism as being aberrant from the origins of primitive Christianity. Nothing could be further from the gospel truth. Jesus revealed Himself to men whom He would choose as Apostles and Prophets (1 Corinthians 12:28, Ephesians 4:11).

On all essential points, these lower-than-pond-scum wastrels who vilify the presentation of Mormon doctrine in this books stand at variance with the most biblical truths. We are therefore justified in dismissing once and for all Michael Lima's horribly wayward, grossly inaccurate assertion that "without accepting the central premise that Mormonism's sacred texts are divinely inspired, one will end up understanding how Millet gets to his beliefs without comprehending how he could think such beliefs are true." We are justified, as well, in casting aside Cooper Abram's asinine quip that "it is the Bible, not the BOM, D&C, or POGP that truthfully and accurately reveals to us who is God our Creator."

All of this is, of course, to say nothing of those so lost to decency that they do not draw the line at misattributing quotations to Brigham Young. K. Manning, who would fancy himself a "history buff," identifies Young as the source of the quotation, "As man now is, god once was; as god now is, man may yet become." But, in point of fact, it was Lorenzo Snow, and not Brigham Young, who gave this (non-canonical) utterance.

Let us have the matter clear: All negative reviews given of this book are worthless; totally, utterly, and completely.

5-0 out of 5 stars Building Bridges?
This book, unfortunately highly controversial in some Protestant circles, is the product of the friendship of Robert Millet, who teaches ancient scripture at Brigham Young University, and Richard Mouw, president of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.

Its publication clearly marks a significant advance in the relationship of evangelicals and Latter-day Saints. In the past all that was available in Protestant bookstores was the badly informed, highly polemical literature written by the partisan anti-Mormon element of the countercult industry.

Without realizing it, those who have turned to this literature for an understanding of the Church of Jesus Christ have done something analogous to consulting Nazi propaganda for an understanding of the faith of Jews or to old Communist propaganda for an understanding of American life and culture.

Latter-day Saints can also benefit from giving careful attention to Millet's presentation of their faith to Protestants. If there is a weakness in Millet's book, it stems from his inattention to the historical elements in the faith of the Saints and thus his inattention to the sophisticated literature on the historical authenticity of the Book of Mormon.

Sorting out theological issues for evangelicals, as useful as that is, still leaves the crucial truth questions bracketed. However, by publishing Millet's book, Eerdmans, a leading evangelical press, has now made available in Protestant bookstores a sound, nonpolemical presentation of the fundamentals of the faith of the Saints.

5-0 out of 5 stars Latter-day Saints are part of the Christian community--
I also recommend _Claiming Christ: A Mormon-Evangelical Debate_ by Robert L. Millet and Gerald R. McDermott.

Pastor McDermott, who is a Lutheran pastor and college professor has concluded after careful study that, "Evangelicals and Mormons agree on lots of things about Jesus. Many evangelicals are surprised to learn, for example, that Mormons believe not only that Jesus is the Son of God but also that he is God the Son. I find that many evangelicals have somewhere picked up the idea that Mormons deny the deity of Jesus Christ. They are often amazed to learn that, unlike Jehovah's Witnesses and other groups they typically classify as "cults," which do indeed deny the deity of Christ, Mormons declare emphatically that Jesus was and is incarnate God. ... I have to say that evangelical agreement with [Mormons] on Jesus is significant and, when compared to a history of evangelical denunciations of Mormonism, remarkable."(pg. 63,64) ... Read more


9. HYMNS OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 1985
by Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints
Hardcover: Pages (1998-01-01)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, Fantastic, Fantastic!
The LDS Hymnal I purchased was as described with an affordable price and arrived quickly.Thank you for this pleasant experience! ... Read more


10. Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints pocket size
by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
 Leather Bound: Pages (1985)
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11. Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
by Christopher Kimball Bigelow
Hardcover: 224 Pages (2009-11-10)
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Asin: 1592239900
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For more than 150 years, missionaries have traveled the world, spreading the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS). In their wake, beautiful temples have sprung up on nearly every continent. These buildings are the heart and soul of local LDS congregations and represent much more than places of worship. Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is both an architecture and history book that chronicles the growth of the LDS faith as it spread around the world. With their elegant spires reaching to the heavens and massive square footage, Mormon temples are majestic structures. See spectacular examples of LDS international architecture, including the Campinas Brazil Temple, Taipei Taiwan Temple, and the Aba Nigeria Temple. Located on the LDS Church’s headquarters, the Salt Lake City Temple is recognized around the world as a symbol of the church. Learn about this remarkable building and all of the religious symbols incorporated into its design. Each spread includes an introduction to the temple, as well as a section containing more specific details such as address, events (dates of dedications, ground breaking) exteriors (design style, materials, dimensions), interiors (square footage, number of rooms), and temple district. This engaging book includes a giant, colorfully illustrated gate-fold guide to symbols in LDS temple design.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
The book is exactly what i needed and wanted. It has a wrtie up of each temple andbeautiful pictures of the temple. I appreciated recieving it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Most Magnificent an d Glorious History of LDS Temples!!!!

Temples Of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints by Christopher Bigelow
When I received the great news that this most anticipated book was out, and who the author was, I had to purchase a copy from Chris. The book is everything I hoped it would be. This book is exquisite,the pictures absolutely beautiful. I was contacte last Jan of '09 to send some photos we'd taken of some Temples, but they weren't used, but that was ok.
This unique book has a fold out section at the front that shows and tells in detail what the symbols on the exterior of the Salt Lake Temple. It up close and personal the cloudstones, sunstones, all seeing eyes, earthstones, alpha and omega scrolls, handclasps, moonstones, big dipper, battlements, doors, starstones, capstones and terminals and dedication plaque, towers and pinnacles and keystones.
This book talks about the purpose of Latter-day Temples, that they are The House of the Lord, that they provide the basic Ordinances of the deceased. They also provide higher Ordinances for both living and dead and they can draw families together eternally and not just for time. Chris gives an overview of the architecture of the Temples. He describes the two Temples Joseph Smith had built and tells about the early Temple Architects.
It talks about the four nineteenth century Temples, the three spireless Temples, our modern Center-spired Temples, traditional single-spired Temples, smaller single-spired Temples, six-spired slope-roofed Temples, single-spired Classic-Modern Termples and then the era of smaller Temples. Chris tells us about Modern-Day Temples with Unique Designs and that the Temple is a "Class of Its Own."
Each Temple is in chronological order and you can read special tidbits about each, especially by me finding that the Newport Beach California Temple in Orange County where my mom lives, tells that the Temple Spire was shortened from 124 feet to 100 feet and to turn off the Temple's flood lighting by 11:00 pm. Before the Newport Beach City Council gave final approval, they had to shorten the spire's height again to 90 feet.
The Columbia River Washington Temple is my Temple and I'd never seen such a more peaceful and spiritual shot of my Temple It is a night shot.
I've had the opportunity of being inside 14 Temples, which are as follows: Los Angeles Temple (where I was endowed and married to Bob), Salt Lake Temple, Jordan River Temple, Oakland Temple, Seattle Temple, Portland Temple, San Diego Temple, Idaho Falls Temple, Boise Temple, Spokane Temple, Provo Temple, Columbia River Temple, Nauvoo Temple and St. Louis Temple. Bob had been inside the same amount of Temples, but he'd been inside the Manti Temple and not the San Diego Temple. We attended the Capstone, Open House and Dedication of both the Jordan River and Columbia River Temples, were specially chosen by our bishop to represent our ward with 4 other couples the day our Los Angeles Temple celebrated its 25th Anniversary. I took my mom to the San Diego Temple's Open House in '93, and we attended the Open House of the Spokane Temple and attended via satellite, the Palmyra Temple Dedication. I still have those two tickets from both the dedication and Open House.
This book should be in every Latter-Day Saint home's library. It would be a great Missionary tool. I very highly recommend it. It is well worth the price, though I got it at a good discount from Chris.

Forever Friends Rating A very big 5 stars by Teri
Until Next Time, See You Around The Book Nook.
Published by: Thunder Bay Press
Published Date: November 2009
ISBN: 978-1-59223-990-0
224pp
I purchased this Temple book from Chris Bigelow, the author.

5-0 out of 5 stars TEMPLES
This book not only depicts the beauty of all the Mormon Temples of today, it provides factual data about LDS Temples and their purpose.It is a beautiful book that should give lasting pleasure.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful
I received this book as a Christmas gift.I recommend it to anybody with any interest in Latter-day Saint temples.The author explains what temples are used for and traces the builing of temples chronologically.He explains the symbolism on the Salt Lake Temple.The photography is beautiful. ... Read more


12. Scripture Stories
by The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints
 Hardcover: Pages (1980)

Asin: B00142KHO2
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13. We Believe: Doctrines and Principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - plus the LDS Scriptures (Fully Linked)
Kindle Edition: Pages (2008-09-26)
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Asin: B001L5U3H8
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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One of the Best Reference Sets Ever Published!

2 Volume Set w/CD-Rom Included
In size - over 1500 pages
In quality - over 900 gospel doctrines
In breadth - 92 key topics and over 700 indexed sub-topics
In authority - quotes over 80 modern prophets plus ancient prophets of the scriptures
Fully linked to the LDS Scriptures (included with this edition) - Hundreds of thousands of links
- Old & New Testaments
- Book of Mormon
- Doctrine and Covenants
- Pearl of Great Price
- Joseph Smith Translation - Excerpts
- Fully Footnoted with Hypertext links
- Topical Guide
- Bible Dictionary
- LDS Index
- Guide to the Scriptures
- Bible & Church History Maps and Illustrations

This 1525 page 2 volume set contains 902 gospel doctrines that have been backed and defined solely by scripture and Latter-day Prophets AND only from sources that the Church declares to be a doctrinal source, although we have included the references to other sources in which the doctrinal declaration is also found. We also use the criteria of the Law of Witnesses... meaning that a doctrine is not included in the book unless it can be backed by at least 3 separate scriptural and prophetic declarations. It has received great reviews and has even been approved for doctrinal reference use in the LDS Seminaries and Institutes.

It is especially useful for teachers and speakers; but it also clarifies for the inquisitive what the LDS (Mormon) church believes. The book is organized alphabetically by topics ranging from Adversity to Zion. Each doctrine / principle is stated in a single sentence and given a number. For example. Doctrine numbered 655 reads:

"When the Lord wants the people to learn any essential truth, He will teach it to them over and over again through the repeated witnesses of prophets."

What follows are several declarations from Latter-day Prophets and Scriptures that back and define this doctrine.
This reference set is a must for every Latter-day Saint family.

Three key criteria have been used in the editing of We Believe making it a reliable publication.
1. Only declaration from the Scripturess and Latter-day Prophets are used. (General and Regional Church authorities who are NOT prophets are not quoted.)

2. Only declarations from official Church publications are used.

3. A doctrine is not included unless three or more distinct doctrinal declarations can be verified.

This is an essential resouce and since it is in electronic format, you can take it with you wherever you go for easy, instant reference. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding!
I am not the type to review products but after downloading a couple of different type of scriptures on both the Nook and the Kindle I decided to gamble and get the more expensive version and it is worth it! all the scriptures right there, the ability to pick a certain verse and a major plus, footnotes! It has the footnote underlined you select it and it takes you to the scriptures or definitions that correspond. So far it is absolutely worth the money, I attempted to search out scriptures with our Nook and it didn't work at all so I"m excited to try with this version! ... Read more


14. One Hundred Years of Mormonism; A History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints From 1805-1905
by John Henry Evans
Paperback: 338 Pages (2009-12-20)
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General Books publication date: 2009Original publication date: 1909Original Publisher: Deseret Sunday School UnionSubjects: MormonsMormon ChurchReligion / Christianity / Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text.When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free.Excerpt: CHAPTER I1THE OTHER SHEEPFrom the spring of 1820 to the autumn of 1823 -- a period of nearly three years and a half -- Joseph received no further communication from heaven.An Interval of Three Years.During this time, he tells us, he "frequently fell into many foolish errors, and displayed the weakness of youth and the foibles of human nature." We need not be at all surprised at this. He was persecuted by those who, according to the principles they affected so devoutly to believe, should have endeavored, in a teachable spirit, to convince him that he was wrong in crediting his vision; or, failing in this, ought at least to have followed Gamaliel's advice, given under circumstances not dissimilar: "If this work is of men, it will come to naught, but if it be of God, we cannot overthrow it, lest haply we be found even to fight against God." But they chose to use a less tolerant method. His company was shunned by those whom he would otherwise have associated with, and he was, therefore, driven into the society of a less desirable class, and exposed to temptation. Being of a jovial disposition, moreover, he did not always resist the evil into which he was thrown.It is not to be inferred from this, however, that he was guilty of any grave sin, such as those have tried to make out who take advantage of his candid avowals concerning his earlier life. His errors consisted only of the usual follies ofyoung persons of his condition of life -- le... ... Read more


15. [Complete 8 Volume Hardbound Set - 7 Vols + Index] HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
by B. H. & Smith, Joseph Jr. Roberts
 Hardcover: Pages (1951)

Asin: B000NFDE82
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16. Children's Songbook of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
 Spiral-bound: 314 Pages (2000)

Asin: B000FH7PT2
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Here is a book of songs especially for you. Music is a language that everyone can understand. There are songs in this book on almost every gospel subject. The songs explain our beliefs about life in heaven; about prayer, thankfulness, and reverence...A beautiful spiral-bound book with over 200 songs. Each sheet of music includes a beautiful illustration. ... Read more


17. Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
 Hardcover: Pages (2002)
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18. Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Paperback: 124 Pages (2009-10-25)
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19. Life of Joseph F. Smith, Sixth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
by Joseph Fielding, Compiled By Smith
Hardcover: 490 Pages (1938-01-01)

Asin: B000JJIX8S
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Interesting story of last LDS prophet who knew Joseph Smith
It's hard to find biographies on the prophets after Brigham Young and before more modern times. Joseph F. Smith was one of the shorter lived prophets - he only lived to be eighty unlike the prophets of the last 30 years who commonly live well into their nineties. Gordon Hinckley, current LDS president, will be 97 this year, and hadn't been a patient in a hospital until he was 95. Joseph F. Smith was the last President of the Church to have personally known the founder of the Mormon faith, the Prophet Joseph Smith, Jr., who was also his uncle. Joseph's brother Hyram, assassinated at the same time as Joseph Smith, was his father.

Joseph had an interesting life, had six wives and 43 children, and was the father of a later LDS president, Joseph Fielding Smith. Smith's administration made efforts toward improving the Church's damaged relationship with the federal government over plural marriage and repairing the Church's financial situation. Smith's 17 year-long administration acquired historic sites, constructed numerous meetinghouses, and expanded the church system of educational academies and universities. Among his more curious doctrinal contributions was a revelation on the nature of the spirit world and on Jesus Christ's role in ensuring that the gospel is taught to all men, living and dead. A written account of the revelation was submitted to the General Authorities on October 31, 1918 and was unanimously accepted. This book is pretty thorough in its treatment, although it tends to gloss over some aspects of Smith's life such as his divorce from his second wife and the fact that he served a mission to Hawaii from 1884-1887 primarily to evade federal anti-polygamy prosecution. That is understandable, though, since the author is one of Joseph F. Smith's sons. Also, because it was written in 1938, the language is somewhat archaic and flowery at times. However, it's the best thing I've found on a complete biography of Smith's entire and fascinating life.

I'm not LDS myself, but I find the history of the LDS church and its leaders fascinating stuff. ... Read more


20. Scripture Study for Latter-Day Saint Families: The New Testament
Paperback: 320 Pages (2006-08-04)
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Asin: 1590385853
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Parents tell us that Scripture Study for Latter-day Saint Families has worked miracles for their family scripture study. “The scriptures are now coming to life for my children,” said one parent. “We have seen our children share their feelings, thoughts, and testimonies through our discussions. They are participating gladly, which is a miracle in itself.” Families throughout the Church have discovered that Scripture Study for Latter-day Saint Families can help make their study of the scriptures more effective. In this new edition, parents will find activities, object lessons, stories, discussion questions, quotations, and insights to help them lead their families through the New Testament. Simply review the material for the section or verses you are studying and select those teaching ideas you think would be most helpful to your family. Packed with creative suggestions for every age group, Scripture Study for Latter-day Saint Families is an invaluable aid to family scripture study. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Very Inspired
This helped my family to understand even what scripture study was all about. This book was full of good questions that made us think and the things that we needed to understand the verse was provided right there. When we are done with this book, I would like to buy other books in the series. ... Read more


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