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Saturday Morning Session 191st Semiannual General Conference President Eyring lauded Elder Dean M. Davies's service. All participants have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and tested negative before attending. President Russell M. Nelson Presence of at least some members of the Tabernacle Choir is a small step forward Thanked members of the Church of Jesus Christ for following medical guidelines re: COVID-19 Format of Conference has varied over the years, but always, Never been a time when the Savior's ministering has been more vital to every human soul Three Things to Listen For Pure truth The pure doctrine of Christ Revelation Persistence on the pathway will qualify us for all that God has, and nothing could be worth more
I apologize if this violates the board's policy of "no politics" but I think its ok since I don't focus on specific political parties and their beliefs. I read this article in the recent General Conference talk. Without a Bill of Rights, America could not have served as the host nation for the Restoration of the gospel, which began just three decades later. How so? How does the gospel spread in communist countries where there is no Bill of Rights? What else are faithful Latter-day Saints to do? We must pray for the Lord to guide and bless all nations and their leaders. This is part of our article of faith. Being subject to presidents or rulers (7) of course poses no obstacle to our opposing individual laws or policies. Point 7 refers to Articles of Faith 1:12 - We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law. Is there a difference between law and policy and that is why "policy" is excluded from the article of faith? Are there examples of laws or policies that a person can be subject to a President or King in obeying, honoring, sustaining them but at the same time opposing said laws or policies? Jim