The Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship has no official position on past lives, multiple mortal probations (or MMP), gilgul (גלגול, Hebrew for "rolling"), or reincarnation. There are a number of views on these within the Latter Day Saint movement from their necessity to reach the highest degrees of Heaven to outright disdain. Here we will introduce you to some of these concepts as they relate to both the Latter Day Saint movement and Kabbalah.
This High Priesthood, both the male and the female, are led by Jesus Christ, the One High Priest over all the earth.
The Sisterhood of Christ is doing more than give women a voice in the Lord’s Fellowship; it is extending the keys of the priesthood of God to any woman who feels called of God to do His works.
The early Christians were different than what people see Christians as today. They were pacifists, they enjoyed communal living, and their focus was on love. One might say they embodied the spirit of ubuntu.
"All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works." -2 Timothy 3:16-17
Joseph Smith Jr. taught that "to obtain this sealing is to make our calling and election sure which we ought to give all diligence to accomplish."
The First Endowment of the Ministry is the Endowment of the Deacon, every Deacon and Teacher in the Fellowship of Christ should receive this Sacrament as it was given to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
The Kirtland endowment ceremonies consisted of preparatory washings, at first administered in the homes of the Saints.
This article will not be an exhausting look at Kabbalah by any means. However, it is the hope of the author to help readers and students better understand Mormon Kabbalah in light of other types of Kabbalah.
Shelosh-'Esreh Middot HaRakhamim is known in English as the Thirteen Attributes of Mercy. These are Divine Attributes taken from Exodus 34:6–7 and tell us that that God governs the world, according to Kabbalah and Judaism.
As we practice lishmah we are in the Shekinah, the Presence of God; and we are the Shekinah, the congregation.
With the raising awareness, there has been much written about the chakras and the reason and purpose for being in our bodies. There is a lot of good and accurate information as well as a lot of teaching on the subject of the chakra system that misses the mark. In this article I will begin to clarify and bring into your awareness a better understanding of this topic.