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True Faith

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Some technical problems. Call from Walter. Then short discourse on True Faith and the effects that flow therefrom: 10.--When faith, either true or false, is sufficiently powerful to lead to action, it produces effects characteristic of the cause. The faith of Paul, that Jesus of Nazareth was an imposter, led him to persecute his followers with great zeal. Afterwards his faith that Jesus was the son of God, led him to endure all kinds of hardships for his sake. The faith of some led them to really suppose they were doing God service to kill the Apostles. The faith of others made them willing to die for their testimony concerning Jesus. The murderers of the Apostles, and the Apostles themselves, both had faith and works; both were sincere; the one having the false faith and wicked works; the other having true faith and righteous works. 11.--Faith alone will not save men: neither will faith and works save them, unless they are of the right kind. Indeed the faith and works of the greatest portion of mankind will be the very cause of their damnation. True faith and righteous works are essential to salvation; and without both of these, no man ever was, or ever can be saved." Orson Pratt; True Faith.

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