The sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ was infinite and eternal. He is the Savior of all our Father’s children who have or ever will live on all the worlds created by God.
God is the Father of the spirits of all beings, including Lucifer, “a son of the morning” also known as Satan.
Uninspired ministers are quick to try to find fault with the Savior rather than to attribute any deficiency to those among whom He administered.
As revealed in the Mormon scripture, the Doctrine and Covenants, the Lord Jesus Christ was born on the sixth day of April, and was resurrected on the 8th of April.
The length of time that the Savior spent with the Nephite following his resurrection is not recorded in the scriptures, but he visited them many times.
James’ counsel to be slow to wrath is not to be interpreted that a littlewrath is acceptable to the Lord. He was admonishing those with uncontrolled tempers to gain control of themselves.
What is the meaning of the Savior’s statement that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter heaven?
The Savior’s parable comparing the difficulty of getting into heaven with a camel passing through the eye of a needle does not mean that riches will keep one out of heaven but that the love of riches will.
Jesus was born in the City of Bethlehem in the land of Jerusalem.
Jesus was the only begotten son of God the Eternal Father. In other words, Jesus was born into morality of a mortal mother, sired by an Eternal Father.
As recorded in Isaiah, Jesus Christ was married and had children.