Nelson, excerpted from "Teachings of Russell M.
Nelson" - The following article previously ran on LDS Living last year and is being shared as part of an article series that will highlight the life and teachings of President Russell M. Beginning at his birthday week and leading up to general conference, LDS Living will focus on the insights and life lessons we can learn from the Lord's prophet on the earth today. Throughout his service in the Church, President Nelson has told many stories of when he witnessed the power of God in his life.
Here are a few of those moments, excerpted from the new book Teachings Read the rest of this story at ChurchofJesusChrist. Comments and feedback can be sent to feedback ldsliving.
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It shows why Jesus Christ is the fulcrum of history in this regard, and resolves the seemingly apparent contradiction between the nature of the Old Testament God and that of the New Testament God, which, of course are the same changeless God. The book exposes the myth that God is totally in control of all that happens which would make Him responsible for it and shows that He and His Son Jesus Christ are doing all they can to intervene in the realm of Satan's authority and help us. A chapter on faith shows what faith is and how it helps us to access the power of God. The book shows how God does test us for our benefit, though never by tragedy or affliction.
It explains what the "chastening" of God is and why it has nothing to do with anything like punishing us. The redemptive value of the proper response to suffering is also discussed.
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Letting God speak for Himself and seeing the truth of His Word about the subject of evil, sin, and suffering will help you grow immensely in love for God and His Son, in faith for their promises, and in hope of the final victory that is ours, enabling you to live with joy and peace, even in a "war zone. Metonymy - Permission Or Prophetic Declaration? Read more Read less. Thousands of books are eligible, including current and former best sellers.
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Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. This book fell apart in my hands So I was a little skeptical of the content of the book The authors do not go with the traditional answer to the problem of evil that since God is in control and since God is good, we must call all evil things that happen good, even if they appear bad.