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  1. I agree. When would you suggest that point is? I;m not sure / haven't formed an opinion on it
  2. At what point in gestation do you think we mortals get the opportunity to raise children we've lost (stillborn, miscarriages, etc.)? * I understand the opinions provided do not constitute doctrine and I'm 100% fine with that. * I also understand that in the Millenium we may have the opportunity to bear additional children - making somewhat moot or null my main question - but there's something about mortality that's likely unique in the eternal scheme of things. Context: A family member shared that lefties are often twins. We have a leftie in our family. Did he/she have a twin before being born / fully gestating? Generally, left-handedness is found in 10.6% of the overall population.[1] Some studies have reported that left-handedness is more common in twins than in singletons, occurring in 21% of people who are twins.[2]
  3. This is my understanding of the verses in question. I could be wrong/limited/misinterpreting them though. Christ is the Savior for all inhabitants of everything He created via the priesthood. I dont understand why that phase with jurisdictional limits, priesthood, resurrection, Atonement would be any different for the Father. Couldn't the Father have followed His Father's / His Council's assignment / calling, created a universe, provided a means of redemption for the inhabitants, etc.? I dont' see how these diminsh anything the Savior did.
  4. Jehovah could have been taught premortally what the Father did and what the Mortal Messiah would have to do. Not sure He'd remember it after passing thru the veil but He could have been reminded/taught again during his mortal life. OK. Keys to the Resurrection or Atonement plus Resurrection?
  5. The Father was raising the dead on other worlds approximately near and before the time the mortal Messiah did the same?
  6. Matthew 11:27; John 5:19, 30; John 8:18–28 Is the Savior teaching here: 1. "As man is now, God once was. As God is now, man may become." - God was once a man on an earth and held the same calling (Savior, Messiah) that Jesus holds for those within His jurisdiction? 2. Jesus is ministering the way His Father did 3. The Father is personally teaching the Savior what to do, how to do it, etc. It is the grand truth that in all that Jesus came to say and do, including and especially in His atoning suffering and sacrifice, He was showing us who and what God our Eternal Father is like, how completely devoted He is to His children in every age and nation. In word and in deed Jesus was trying to reveal and make personal to us the true nature of His Father, our Father in Heaven. (Jeffrey R. Holland, “The Grandeur of God,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2003, 70)
  7. Always came away from those chapters with the same impression
  8. Thank you, Calm. I don't get why Nehor shared it in the first place. Was it shared implying my analogy / presumption of such ordinances was on equally shaky ground as Saul's experience?
  9. What were the Hebrew / Greek / Aramaic characters the Savior wrote when the woman in adultery was brought to Him?
  10. 1. He gave the Sacrament to His Disciples, the Nephites, and likely the Lost Tribes. Messiah and Christ mean Anointed One, suggesting He was anointed / called by God the Father / Elohim to serve as the Savior. We likewise are ordained in mortality to callings. 2. Premortally there were Resurrected Beings, Intelligences, and Spirits (spirit bodies). Postmortally it will be the same. So, not sure I get your point here. 3. Yes. and here we are.
  11. I'd love to read it and happy to repay you in karma if you could point me in the right direction (year/decade, Gen Conf?)
  12. Never give up on your dreams, Nehor. I'm curious though - you wouldn't support such a policy change by the Church?
  13. THank you for sharing, Jaydes. Would you mind elaborating as to the why you'd exit? I am genuinely curious
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