There is no marrying in heaven, but those who are married in the holy temple during mortality, if they keep the covenants made in that holy ordinance, they will remain as husband and wife in their exalted state throughout all eternity.
If we take judgement and punishment into our own hands, we will likely give either too much or too little, If we leave it in the Lord’s hands the punishment will be excruciatingly appropriate.
Depression is not a sin, it is an illness. A testimony is not a feeling, it is the revealed knowledge of the truth.
In order to overcome temptation and avoid evil we much control our actions, our words and our thoughts.
Art ennobles the mind and pornography debases it. What may be art to one person may be pornography to another.
The Holy Spirit will never inspire a person to marry outside of the temple, or to violate any other of the commandments of God.
Since Satan never gives up in trying to get us to think bad thoughts, we should never give up in trying to overcome them.
When the Savior says “he who puts away his wife causes her to commit adultery,” he is referring to a separation without a legal divorce. When the Savior refers to a legal divorce he uses the term “writing of divorcement.”
If we live righteously and ask in faith, our Heavenly Father will answer our prayers, usually by a still, small voice.
A temple sealing has nothing in common with a civil marriage. The sealing authorized the participants to be rulers in eternity forever.