Carole F. McConkie: Faith is Power of Priesthood Mormon Women Stand: Women are not less in the church.
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SCRIPTURE STUDY – BOOK OF MORMON: Come Follow Me – LDS Young Women Activities, MAY Theme: “Prophets and Revelation”, LESSON 4: Why is it important to study the scriptures? SONG VISUALS: Scripture Power, download from gospelgrabbag.com
#lds #quotes #mormon #women #faith #power Elder James E. #Talmage: “#Woman occupies a position all her own in the eternal economy of the Creator; and in that position she is as truly superior to man as he to her in his appointed place. Woman shall yet come to her own, exercising her rights and her privileges as a sanctified investiture which none shall dare profane…”
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is firmly against abortion, and continues to stand unequivocally against this assault on the defenseless
Increasing the Power of Personal Prayer - In this article I talk about how inviting the Holy Ghost into our prayers strengthens our relationship with Heavenly Father and opens the door to revelation.
Carole F. McConkie: Faith is Power of Priesthood - Mormon Women Stand: “Faith and priesthood go hand in hand. Faith is power and power is priesthood. After we gain faith, we receive the priesthood. Then, through the priesthood, we grow in faith until, having all power, we become like our Lord.” ~ Bruce R. McConkie #LDSconf
#lds #quotes #mormon #premortal When a #woman is in full alignment with that which was bestowed on her before this world, her life is filled with #power, with clarity, and with a passion to live and fulfill her own unique purposes. This #knowledge and power are available to every woman who seeks to know the Lord Jesus Christ and his divine plan for her. M Catherine Thomas
A Mormon Woman's View on Womanhood..."We second guess ourselves and judge others when we pay too much attention to what someone else or societal trends at large say women “should” be. Knowing our Heavenly Father, however, and coming to an understanding of who He wants us to be, leads to peace and confidence and an amazing sense of self-worth and power."