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Do Mormons oppose beards?

Do Mormons oppose beards?

Because of the attitudes associated with scruffy beards, Mormons are encouraged either to be clean shaven or sport a well-groomed beard.

Why do Mormons bless babies?

Why do Mormons bless babies?

Mormons bless babies for two reasons: one is to create a record for the child in the Mormon Church, and the second is to give the child blessings and promises from God.

Can Deacons have the keys of the ministering of angels?

Can Deacons have the keys of the ministering of angels?

The keys to the ministering of angels are evident when a holder of the Aaronic Priesthood receives Divine help in answer to prayer. Also, those who are righteous, with their sins forgiven through their baptism by the Aaronic Priesthood, would qualify for the ministering of angels.

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