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.
When Joseph Smith Jr. walked into the grove to pray, after reading James 1:5, he had a miraculous experience. We are told that he was asked not to join any of the denominations he had explored. Why not?
How can we rely fully on grace if we do good works? How can we do good works if we rely on grace? And most importantly, if the path is that narrow, how can we know if we are truly saved?
The Sefirot withing the Tree of Life represent various parts of the body. Alone, they are incomplete. Adding the chakra, energy points that run from the brain down to the spine, and parts of the body and adds to our understanding.
When one enters the ministry they are ordained to the priesthood. We are then, being clean, given the Garments of the Priesthood. In the Book of Remembrance, the Lord God sends Raphael to teach us the deeper symbolism of the Garments
In the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship we fully accept the LGBTQ community. We will marry and/or seal same-sex couples for all time and eternity. The Fellowship fully supports all marriages based on unity, love, and a committed relationship with God.
The presentation of truth unfolding, places scripture of all the various revelatory paths on the table, and now allows us to see the diversity of the universe with the lens of all paths able to coexist, unify, and gather together, if the seeker so chooses to allow such melding of creation to occur.
The following revelation was received through friend of the Fellowship, Scott. The Spirit of this message embodies the message of Mormon Kabbalah and ubuntu: that of oneness with one anther and the Lord.
Every being on the planet, human, animal and plant. Respect life as it comes from the same divine Source as yourself.
A Revelation given to Joseph Smith Jr. in Kirtland Ohio, January 12, 1838 upon an inquiry being made of the Lord.
There are many that feel their denomination is the "one true church." This leads individuals to ask, what makes one a "true Christian?" Is it the church they attend? Is it the books they read? Is it the things they do or do not do?