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#25A Scriptures for the Latter Days Genesis 18:16 and Matthew 11:13

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I love the scriptures! I am recording this for posterity as I would if my children and their families were able to sit with me in a great hall and share these precious treasures...I believe that I will add a description of some the insights I have found in the passages after I have recorded the program. I hope you will join us and, please, bring a prayer and invite the Holy Ghost to join us. Thank you, Christa-Ann Afterward: Wow, the energy of the Spirit as I share these scriptures with you is incredible. And the things I am able to understand even though I have read them before just boggles my mind because it is so beautiful. Consider the relationship between Abraham and the Lord. Even between Sarah and the Lord in verses 12 through 15 when she laughed at being told that she would be able to have a child. And then to have Abraham plead with the Lord as he did for the city of Sodom. And the knowledge of the Lord about the children of men along side the compassion he has for them...it is phenomenal to think about. Then to consider that he is yet like this today. How much patience and mercy the Lord and Heavenly Father show toward us! How grateful and how our hearts would be drawn to praise him and our desire to be obedient would be so strong nothing could turn us away IF we understood the impact of these things. We want to ask for the ability to have ears to hear and eyes to see as we read in Matthew. This statement from the Savior comes from the fact that we have prophets sent from God to testify of the plans and ways of God. John had been foretold, he was the Elias that was to come. Today we have anciently had living prophets on the earth. God loves his children today as much as he did those anciently. (As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints I am grateful to have the privilege to hear the living prophet's voice twice a year at General Conference see lds.org. I do not speak for the church in any way.)

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