The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Haines Ave Albuquerque NM

Visitors welcome. Bienvenidos. Christians gather here to study the Bible, Book of Mormon, other scriptures and help each other.

English-speaking and Spanish-speaking. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a Christ-centered faith that promotes traditional family values. The congregation has men's, women's and youth organizations. Members believe in, study and seek to live by the teachings found in the Book of Mormon, another testament of Jesus Christ and the Old and New Testaments. Families, singles, youth, children and friends gather here to worship, learn together, socialize and help each other.

Mission: Help people learn of Jesus Christ to help them in their lives. See http://mormon.org/faith/

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Saving Ordinances Will Bring Us Marvelous Light - By Elder Taniela B. Wakolo

Elder Taniela B. Wakolo
Of the Seventy

The many distractions and temptations of life are like “ravening wolves” (Matthew 7:15). It is the true shepherd who will prepare, protect, and warn the sheep and the flock when these wolves are approaching (see John 10:11–12). As undershepherds who seek to emulate the perfect life of the Good Shepherd, aren’t we shepherds of our own soul as well as of others? With the counsel of prophets, seers, and revelators, whom we just sustained, and with the power and gift of the Holy Ghost, we can see the wolves coming if we are watchful and prepared. In contrast, when we are casual shepherds of our own soul and others’ souls, casualties are likely. Casualness leads to casualties. I invite each of us to be a faithful shepherd.

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2018/04/saving-ordinances-will-bring-us-marvelous-light?lang=eng

lds.org Saving Ordinances Will Bring Us Marvelous Light - By Elder Taniela B. Wakolo

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Young Women in the Work - By Bonnie L. Oscarson

Bonnie L. Oscarson
Recently Released Young Women General President

Each member should know how much he or she is needed. Each person has something important to contribute and has unique talents and abilities that help move this important work along. …[Y]oung women have covenant responsibilities “to mourn with those that mourn; yea, and comfort those that stand in need of comfort, and to stand as witnesses of God at all times and in all things, and in all places that [they] may be in, even until death.” … Every young woman in the Church should feel valued, have opportunities to serve, and feel that she has something of worth to contribute to this work…

There is usually a long list of situations that require someone to serve, and we often think only of the adults in the ward to meet those needs. … [O]ur young women can be called upon to provide service and minister to the needs of ward members with their mothers or other exemplary sisters. They are capable, eager, and willing to do so much more than merely attend church on Sundays!…

To you, the young women of the Church, your teenage years can be busy and often challenging. We have noticed that many more of you are struggling with issues of self-worth, anxiety, high levels of stress, and perhaps even depression. Turning your thoughts outward, instead of dwelling on your own problems, may not resolve all of these issues, but service can often lighten your burdens and make your challenges seem less hard. One of the best ways to increase feelings of self-worth is to show, through our concern and service to others, that we have much of worth to contribute.

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2018/04/young-women-in-the-work?lang=eng

lds.org Young Women in the Work - By Bonnie L. Oscarson

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Meek and Lowly of Heart - By Elder David A. Bednar

Elder David A. Bednar
Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Certainly, many interrelated attributes and experiences led to the spiritual maturity reflected in the lives of these four noble servants [Amulek, Pahoran, President Nelson, and President Eyring]. But the Savior and His prophets have highlighted an essential quality that all of us need to more fully understand and strive to incorporate into our lives.

Meekness

Please notice the characteristic the Lord used to describe Himself in the following scripture: “Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.”

Instructively, the Savior chose to emphasize meekness from among all the attributes and virtues He potentially could have selected.

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2018/04/meek-and-lowly-of-heart?lang=eng

lds.org Meek and Lowly of Heart - By Elder David A. Bednar

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The Language of the Gospel - By Elder Valeri V. Cordón

Elder Valeri V. Cordón
Of the Seventy

I would like to emphasize not any particular earthly language but rather an eternal language that must be preserved in our families and never lost. I speak of the language of the gospel of Jesus Christ. By “language of the gospel,” I mean all the teachings of our prophets, our obedience to those teachings, and our following righteous traditions.

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/04/the-language-of-the-gospel?lang=eng

lds.org The Language of the Gospel - By Elder Valeri V. Cordón

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Brighter and Brighter until the Perfect Day - By Elder Mark A. Bragg

Elder Mark A. Bragg
Of the Seventy

“We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair;
“Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed.”

. . . . Even in the most difficult and darkest of times, there is light and goodness all around us. . . .

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/04/brighter-and-brighter-until-the-perfect-day?lang=eng

lds.org Brighter and Brighter until the Perfect Day - By Elder Mark A. Bragg

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His Daily Guiding Hand - By M. Joseph Brough

M. Joseph Brough
Second Counselor in the Young Men General Presidency

Brothers and sisters, there will be times in our lives when the blessings of guidance seem distant or lacking. For such times of distress, Elder D. Todd Christofferson promised: “Let your covenants be paramount and let your obedience be exact. Then you can ask in faith, nothing wavering, according to your need, and God will answer. He will sustain you as you work and watch. In His own time and way He will stretch forth His hand to you, saying, ‘Here am I.’”

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/04/his-daily-guiding-hand?lang=eng

lds.org His Daily Guiding Hand - By M. Joseph Brough

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Look to the Book, Look to the Lord - By Elder Gary E. Stevenson

Elder Gary E. Stevenson

. . . [I]t is a gift and blessing from the Lord that the keystone of our religion is something as tangible and graspable as the Book of Mormon and that you can hold it and read it. Can you see the Book of Mormon as your keystone, your spiritual center of strength? . . .

Within the book’s pages, you will discover the infinite love and incomprehensible grace of God. As you strive to follow the teachings you find there, your joy will expand, your understanding will increase, and the answers you seek to the many challenges mortality presents will be opened to you. As you look to the book, you look to the Lord. . . .

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2016/10/look-to-the-book-look-to-the-lord?lang=eng

lds.org Look to the Book, Look to the Lord - By Elder Gary E. Stevenson

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The Lord Jesus Christ Teaches Us to Pray - By Elder Juan A. Uceda

Jesus invites us to “pray always”

. . . . At the very moment we say, “Father in Heaven,” He hears our prayers and is sensitive to us and our needs. And so His eyes and His ears are now connected to you. He reads our minds, and He feels our hearts. You cannot hide anything from Him. Now, the wonderful thing is that He will see you with eyes of love and mercy—love and mercy that we cannot fully understand. But love and mercy are with Him the very moment you say, “Father in Heaven.”

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2016/10/the-lord-jesus-christ-teaches-us-to-pray?lang=eng

lds.org The Lord Jesus Christ Teaches Us to Pray - By Elder Juan A. Uceda

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Strengthened by the Atonement of Jesus Christ - Dallin H. Oaks

In mortality we have the certainty of death and the burden of sin. The Atonement of Jesus Christ offsets these two certainties of mortal life. But apart from death and sin, we have many other challenges as we struggle through mortality. Because of that same Atonement, our Savior can provide us the strength we need to overcome these mortal challenges. . . .

Our Savior’s Atonement does more than assure us of immortality by a universal resurrection and give us the opportunity to be cleansed from sin by repentance and baptism. His Atonement also provides the opportunity to call upon Him who has experienced all of our mortal infirmities to give us the strength to bear the burdens of mortality. He knows of our anguish, and He is there for us. Like the good Samaritan, when He finds us wounded at the wayside, He will bind up our wounds and care for us (see Luke 10:34). The healing and strengthening power of Jesus Christ and His Atonement is for all of us who will ask.

Elder Dallin H. Oaks

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/strengthened-by-the-atonement-of-jesus-christ?lang=eng

lds.org Dallin H. Oaks testifies of the power of Christ’s Atonement to strengthen and help us in the pains, afflictions, and infirmities of mortality.

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The Pleasing Word of God - Francisco J. Viñas

Having the companionship of the Spirit will make us better people. “It will whisper peace and joy to [our] souls, … it will take malice, hatred, envying, strife, and all evil from [our] hearts; and [our] whole desire will be to do good, bring forth righteousness, and build up the kingdom of God” (see Teachings: Joseph Smith, 98).
With the influence of the Holy Ghost, we will not be offended, nor will we offend others; we will feel happier, and our minds will be cleaner. Our love for others will increase. We will be more willing to forgive and spread happiness to those around us.

"I would like to suggest that each of you participate in a spiritual exercise sometime soon, perhaps even tonight while saying your prayers. Humbly ask the Lord the following question: “What is keeping me from progressing?” In other words: “What lack I yet?” Then wait quietly for a response. If you are sincere, the answer will soon become clear. It will be revelation intended just for you."
Elder Francisco J. Vinas

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/the-pleasing-word-of-god?lang=eng

lds.org Elder Francisco J. Viñas teaches that “the pleasing word of God” can heal us in our afflictions and lead us to the companionship of the Holy Ghost through sincere and continuous repentance.

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First Presidency Encourages Mormons to Assist Refugees Around the World

LDS members are encouraged to help migrants and refugees around the world.

http://www.mormonnewsroom.org/article/church-members-encouraged-assist-refugees

mormonnewsroom.org In a letter to members, the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encourages Mormons to help refugees around the world.

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President Boyd K. Packer: The Artistry of an Apostle

President Boyd K. Packer dies at age 90.
"True doctrine, understood, changes attitudes and behavior."

“President Packer always felt that if we could read the words of the Lord we would be far better off and much safer than speculating with our own ideas," Elder Ballard said. "It was not unusual for him to say, ‘Brethren, let me read to you.’ And then he would turn to a very important scripture in the standard works and let us listen to what the Lord had to say. And we all learned at his feet.”

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bv5w70ap818#action=share

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Inspiration and News

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles answers four questions about prayer:
How can I make daily prayer more meaningful?
How do you have the Spirit with you when you pray?
How often should we pray?
What if we don’t get an answer to our prayers when we want it or need it?

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[03/01/15]   October 2008, President Thomas S. Monson said,

"Send that note to the friend you’ve been neglecting; give your child a hug; give your parents a hug; say 'I love you' more; always express your thanks. Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved. Friends move away, children grow up, loved ones pass on. It’s so easy to take others for granted, until that day when they’re gone from our lives and we are left with feelings of 'what if' and 'if only.' "

Be able to say, “I’m glad I did.”

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Daily Bread: Pattern

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Just as we need daily physical sustenance, the need for daily spiritual sustenance is just as strong. For the Children of Israel, manna was a daily reminder ...

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Portions of 2013 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert

2013 Mormon Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concert exerpts.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkDeFtHD5nA

For more information, see: http://www.mormonnewsroom.org/article/mormon-tabernacle-choir-orchestra-temple-square-host-annual-christmas-concert

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Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - MormonTemples.org


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mormontemples.org A Resource for Neighbors and Communities

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