The Resurrected Perfect Jesus Christ is Able.

Jesus is the Christ, Yeshua, The Holy Messiah who soon will come in power and great glory.


  1. Christ is “Able … to save [us] to the uttermost [if we] come unto [God the Father] by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for [us].” (Hebrews 7:25)  He is “Able to do all things according to his will, for [us], if it so be that [we] exercise faith in him …”.  (1 Nephi 7:12) “For in that he himself hath suffered being tempted, he is Able to succour [we who] are tempted.” (Hebrews 2:18)
  2. “Our God [Jehovah] whom we serve is Able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace” and from the lions. (Daniel 3:17; 3; 6) As he has “promised, he [is] Able also to perform.”  (Romans 4:21)
  3. Our “God is Able to make all grace abound toward [us].” (2 Corinthians 9:8) Jesus Christ “is Able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us. Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen.”(Ephesians 3:20, 21)
  4. “For our conversation is in heaven; from whence also we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall change our vile body, that it may be fashioned like unto his glorious body, according to the working whereby he is Able even to subdue all things unto himself.” (Philippians 3:20-21)  
  5. He is “the Lord [who] is Able to do all things according to his will, for the children of men, if it so be that they exercise faith in him.  Wherefore, let us be faithful to him.” (1 Nephi 7:12)
  6. For He said: “I am Able to do mine own work.” (2 Nephi 27:20)   Indeed, He “is Able to keep [us] from falling, and to present [us] faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy. To the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen.” (Jude 1:24-25) Through our repentance, he is Able to lift us up when we fall. 
  7. “Wherefore lay apart all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is Able to save your souls” (James 1:21) both temporally and spiritually.
  8. The Father and The Holy Ghost are also Able.

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Do Good to those who hurt you. Jesus is the Resurrected Living Christ Messiah Yeshua. His resurrection was glorious. All will receive a resurrection. The Father has a glorified, perfect, resurrected body as tangible as man’s. The Son has a glorified, perfect, resurrected body as tangible as man’s. I invite you to contact the missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and learn the gospel and be baptized.
  1. Jesus is The Resurrected Living Christ Messiah Yeshua. His Resurrection was glorious. All will receive a resurrection.
  2. See also Atone, AtonementBodyDeath, PhysicalImmortal, ImmortalityJesus ChristSpirit
  3. The reuniting of the spirit body with the physical body of flesh and bones after death.
  4. After resurrection, the spirit and body will never again be separated,
  5. and the person will become immortal.
  6. Every person born on earth will be resurrected because Jesus Christ overcame death (1 Cor. 15:20–22).
  7. Jesus Christ was the first person to be resurrected on this earth (Acts 26:23Col. 1:18Rev. 1:5).
  8. The New Testament gives ample evidence that Jesus rose with His physical body:
  9. His tomb was empty,
  10. He ate fish and honey,
  11. He had a body of flesh and bones,
  12. people touched Him,
  13. and the angels said He had risen (Mark 16:1–6Luke 24:1–12, 36–43John 20:1–18).
  14. Latter-day revelation confirms the reality of the Resurrection of Christ
  15. and of all mankind (Alma 11:40–45403 Ne. 11:1–17D&C 76Moses 7:62).
  16. All people will not be resurrected to the same glory (1 Cor. 15:39–42D&C 76:89–98),
  17. nor will all be resurrected at the same time (1 Cor. 15:22–23Alma 40:8D&C 76:64–65, 8588:96–102).
  18. Many Saints were resurrected after Christ’s Resurrection (Matt. 27:52).
  19. The righteous will be resurrected before the wicked
  20. and will come forth in the First Resurrection (1 Thes. 4:16);
  21. the unrepentant sinners will come forth in the last resurrection (Rev. 20:5–13D&C 76:85).
  22. Though this body be destroyed,
  23. yet in my flesh shall I see God, Job 19:26 (Moses 5:10).
  24. I will open your graves, and cause you to come up, Ezek. 37:12.
  25. Graves were opened, and many bodies arose, Matt. 27:52–53 (3 Ne. 23:9).
  26. The Lord is risen, Luke 24:34.
  27. A spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have, Luke 24:39.
  28. I am the resurrection
  29. and the life, John 11:25.
  30. The Twelve Apostles taught that Jesus had risen, Acts 1:21–22 (Acts 2:323:154:33).
  31. In Christ shall all be made alive, 1 Cor. 15:1–22.
  32. The dead in Christ shall rise first, 1 Thes. 4:16.
  33. Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection, Rev. 20:6.
  34. Christ layeth down his life
  35. and taketh it again
  36. that he may bring to pass the resurrection of the dead, 2 Ne. 2:8 (Mosiah 13:3515:20Alma 33:2240:3Hel. 14:15).
  37. Without resurrection,
  38. we would become subject to Satan, 2 Ne. 9:6–9.
  39. Resurrection will pass upon all men, 2 Ne. 9:22.
  40. The Book of Mormon prophet Abinadi taught about the first resurrection, Mosiah 15:21–26.
  41. The wicked remain as though there had been no redemption,
  42. except for the loosing of the bands of death, Alma 11:41–45.
  43. Alma explained the state of souls between death and resurrection, Alma 40:6, 11–24.
  44. At the Lord’s coming,
  45. the dead which died in Christ will come forth, D&C 29:13 (D&C 45:45–4688:97–98133:56).
  46. Weep especially for those who have not hope of a glorious resurrection, D&C 42:45.
  47. They that knew no law shall have part in this first resurrection, D&C 45:54.
  48. They shall rise from the dead and shall not die after, D&C 63:49.
  49. The resurrection from the dead is the redemption of the soul, D&C 88:14–16.
  50. Spirit and element, inseparably connected, receive a fulness of joy, D&C 93:33.
  51. Angels who are resurrected beings have bodies of flesh and bones, D&C 129:1.
  52. Whatsoever intelligence we attain in this life will rise with us in the resurrection, D&C 130:18–19

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So, what is faith in God?

  1. Question. What is faith in God the Father and God the Son and God the Holy Ghost?
  2. Answer. In the Lectures on Faith, it is defined and described as follows.

Faith Defined


1 Faith being the first principle in revealed religion, and the foundation of all righteousness, necessarily claims the first place in a course of lectures which are designed to unfold to the understanding the doctrine of Jesus Christ.

2 In presenting the subject of faith, we shall observe the following order:

3 First, Faith itself—what it is:

4 Secondly, The object on which it rests; and

5 Thirdly, The effects which flow from it.

6 Agreeably to this order we have first to show what faith is.

7 The author of the epistle to the Hebrews, in the eleventh chapter of that epistle, and first verse, gives the following definition of the word faith:

8 Now faith is the substance [assurance] of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

9 From this we learn, that faith is the assurance which men have

of the existence of things

which they have not seen;

and the principle of action

in all intelligent beings.

10 If men were duly to consider themselves,

and turn their thoughts and reflections to the operations of their own minds,

they would readily discover that it is faith,

and faith only,

which is the moving cause of all action, in them;

that without it,

both mind and body would be in a state of inactivity,

and all their exertions would cease,

both physical and mental.

11 Were this class to go back and reflect upon the history of their lives,

from the period of their first recollection,

and ask themselves,

what principle excited them to action,

or what gave them energy and activity,

in all their lawful avocations, callings and pursuits,

what would be the answer?

Would it not be that it was the assurance which we had

of the existence of things

which we had not seen, as yet?

—Was it not the hope which you had,

in consequence of your belief in the existence of unseen things,

which stimulated you to action

and exertion,

in order to obtain them?

Are you not dependent on your faith,

or belief,

for the acquisition of all knowledge,


and intelligence?

Would you exert yourselves

to obtain wisdom

and intelligence,

unless you did believe

that you could obtain them?

Would you have ever sown

if you had not believed that you would reap?

Would you have ever planted

if you had not believed that you would gather?

Would you have ever asked

unless you had believed

that you would receive?

Would you have ever sought

unless you had believed

that you would have found?

Or would you have ever knocked

unless you had believed

that it would have been opened unto you?

In a word, is there any thing that you would have done,

either physical

or mental,

if you had not previously believed?

Are not all your exertions,

of every kind,

dependent on your faith?

Or may we not ask,

what have you,

or what do you possess,

which you have not obtained

by reason of your faith?

Your food,

your raiment,

your lodgings,

[your properties,]

[your knowledge,]

[your talents,]

are they not all

by reason of your faith?


and ask yourselves,

if these things are not so.

Turn your thoughts on your own minds,

and see if faith

is not the moving cause

of all action

in yourselves;

and if the moving cause in you,

is it not in all other intelligent beings?

12 And as faith is the moving cause of all action in temporal concerns,

so it is in spiritual;

for the Savior has said,

and that truly,

that he that believeth 

and is baptized,

shall be saved.

(Mark 16:16)

13 As we receive by faith,

all temporal blessings

that we do receive,

so we,

in like manner,

receive by faith

all spiritual blessings,

that we do receive.

But faith is not only the principle of action,

but of power, also,

in all intelligent beings,

whether in heaven,

or on earth.

Thus says the author of the epistle to the Hebrews. (11:3):

14 Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God: so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.

15 By this we understand

that the principle of power,

which existed in the bosom of God,

by which the worlds were framed,

was faith;

and that it is by reason of this principle of power,

existing in the Deity,

that all created things exist

—so that all things

in heaven,

on earth,

or under the earth,

exist by reason of faith,

as it existed in HIM.

16 Had it not been for the principle of faith

the worlds would never have been framed,

neither would man have been formed of the dust

—it is the principle by which Jehovah works,

and through which he exercises power

over all temporal,

as well as eternal things.

Take this principle or attribute,

(for it is an attribute)

from the Deity

and he would cease to exist.

17 Who cannot see,

that if God framed the worlds by faith,

that it is by faith that he exercises power over them,

and that faith is the principle of power?

And that if the principle of power,

it must be so in man

as well as in the Deity?

This is the testimony

of all the sacred writers,

and the lesson which they have been endeavoring to teach to man.

18 The Savior says, (Matthew 17:19-20),

in explaining the reason

why the disciples could not cast out the devil,

that it was because of their unbelief:

“For verily, I say unto you,”

said he,

“if ye have faith

as a grain of mustard-seed,

ye shall say unto this mountain,

Remove hence to yonder place!

and it shall remove:

and nothing shall be impossible unto you.”

19 Moroni,

while abridging and compiling the record of his fathers,

has given us the following account of faith

as the principle of power:

He says, in Ether 12:13,

that it was the faith of Alma and Amulek which caused the walls of the prison to be wrent, as recorded in Alma 14:23-29;

it was the faith of Nephi and Lehi which caused a change to be wrought upon the hearts of the Lamanites, when they were immersed with the Holy Spirit, and with fire, as seen in Helaman 5:37-50;

and that it was by faith that the mountain Zerin was removed, when the brother of Jared spake in the name of the Lord. See also Ether 12:30.

20 In addition to this we are told in Hebrews, 11:32-35,

that Gideon,






and the prophets,

through faith

subdued kingdoms,

wrought righteousness,

obtained promises,

stopped the mouths of lions,

quenched the violence of fire,

escaped the edge of the sword,

out of weakness were made strong,

waxed valiant in fight,

turned to flight the armies of the aliens;

and that women received their dead raised to life again, etc.

21 Also, Joshua,

in the sight of all Israel,

bade the sun and moon to stand still,

and it was done. (Joshua 10:12)

22 We here understand,

that the sacred writers say,

that all these things were done by faith

—It was by faith that the worlds were framed

—God spake,

chaos heard,

and worlds came into order,

by reason of the faith there was in HIM.

So with man also

—he spake by faith

in the name of God,

and the sun stood still,

the moon obeyed,

mountains removed,

prisons fell,

lions’ mouths were closed,

the human heart lost its enmity,

fire its violence,

armies their power,

the sword its terror,

and death its dominion;

and all this by reason of the faith which was in them.

23 Had it not been for the faith

which was in man,

they might have spoken to the sun,

the moon,

the mountains,



the human heart,



the sword,

or to death

in vain!

24 Faith, then,

is the first great governing principle

which has



and authority

over all things:

by it they exist,

by it they are upheld,

by it they are changed,

or by it they remain,

agreeably to the will of God.

Without it,

there is no power,

and without power

there could be no creation, nor existence!


Question 1: What is theology?

It is that revealed science

which treats of the being and attributes of God,

his relations to us,

the dispensations of his providence,

his will with respect to our actions

and his purposes with respect to our end.

(Buck’s Theological Dictionary, page 582)

Question 2: What is the first principle in this revealed science?

Faith. (1:1)

Question 3: Why is faith the first principle in this revealed science?

Because it is the foundation of all righteousness. 

Hebrews 11:6: Without faith it is impossible to please God. 

1 John 3:7: Little children, let no man deceive you: he that doeth righteousness, is righteous, even as he [God] is righteous. (1:1)

Question 4: What arrangement should be followed in presenting the subject of faith?

First, Should be shown what faith is: (1:3)

Secondly, The object upon which it rests; and (1:4)

Thirdly, The effects which flow from it. (1:5)

Question 5: What is faith?

It is the assurance of things hoped for,

the evidence of things not seen: 

Hebrews 11:1. That is, it is the assurance we have of the existence of unseen things.

And being the assurance which we have of the existence of unseen things,

must be the principle of action in all intelligent beings. 

Hebrews 11:3: Through faith we understand the worlds were framed by the word of God. (1:8-9)

Question 6: How do you prove that faith is the principle of action in all intelligent beings?


By duly considering the operations of my own mind;

and secondly,

by the direct declaration of scripture. 

Hebrews 11:7: By faith Noah, being warned of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith. 

Hebrews 11:8: By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out not knowing whither he went. 

Hebrews 11:9: By faith he sojourned in the land of promise, as in a strange country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise. 

Hebrews 11:27: By faith Moses forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the king: for he endured as seeing him who is invisible. (1:10-11)

Question 7: Is not faith the principle of action in spiritual things as well as in temporal?

It is.

Question 8: How do you prove it?

Hebrews 11:6: Without faith it is impossible to please God.

Mark 16:16: He that believeth and is baptized, shall be saved. 

Rom. 4:16: Therefore, it is of faith, that it might be by grace; to the end the promise might be sure to all the seed: not to that only which is of the law, but to that also which is of the faith of Abraham, who is the father of us all. (1:12-13)

Question 9: Is faith any thing else beside the principle of action?

It is.

Question 10: What is it?

It is the principle of power, also (1:13)

Question 11: How do you prove it?

First, It is the principle of power in the Deity, as well as in man. 

Hebrews 11:3: Through faith we understand

that the worlds were framed

by the word of God,

so that things which are seen

were not made of things which do appear. (1:14-16)

Secondly, It is the principle of power in man also.

Book of Mormon, Alma 14:23-29: Alma and Amulek are delivered from prison. 

Helaman 5:37-50: Nephi and Lehi, with the Lamanites, are immersed with the Spirit. 

Ether 12:30: The mountain Zerin, by the faith of the brother of Jared, is removed. 

Joshua 10:12: Then spake Joshua to the Lord in the day when the Lord delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel, and he said in the sight of Israel, Sun, stand thou still upon Gibeon, and thou Moon, in the valley of Ajalon. 

Joshua 10:13: And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves of their enemies.

Is not this written in the book of Jasher?

So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day. 

Matthew 17:19: Then came the disciples to Jesus apart, and said, Why could not we cast him out? 

Matthew 17:20: And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, if ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you. 

Hebrews 11:32 and the following verses: And what shall I more say? for the time would fail me to tell of Gideon, and of Barak, and of Samson, and of Jephthah, of David also, and Samuel, and of the prophets: who through faith subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, obtained promises, stopped the mouths of lions, quenched the violence of fire, escaped the edge of the sword, out of weakness were made strong, waxed valiant in fight, turned to flight the armies of the aliens.

Women received their dead raised to life again,

and other were tortured,

not accepting deliverance;

that they might obtain a better resurrection. (1:16-22)

Question 12: How would you define faith in its most unlimited sense?

It is the first great governing principle,

which has power, dominion, and authority over all things. (1:24)

Question 13: How do you convey to the understanding more clearly, that faith is the first great governing principle, which has



and authority

over all things?

By it they exist,

by it they are upheld,

by it they are changed,

or by it they remain,

agreeably to the will of God;

and without it there is no power;

and without power

there could be no creation,

nor existence! (1:24)

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Jesus Christ is Yeshua. He is Jehovah, the Son of God the Father, the Great Messiah, the Savior of the World who soon will come in glory to usher in his Millennial Reign as King of kings and Lord of lords, the holy prince of peace who soon will come! So repent of your sins and get ready.

Jesus The Living Christ The Suffering Mortal Messiah Now The Resurrected Messiah Who is Coming Soon by Ricardo Richard W Linford
Ink and Watercolor. Ricardo (Richard W Linford).

Jesus Christ was and is Jehovah.


  1. “In testifying of the Savior Jesus Christ, modern prophets have declared: “He was the Great Jehovah of the Old Testament” (“The Living Christ: The Testimony of the Apostles,” Ensign or Liahona, Apr. 2000, 2).
  2. Jesus Christ, as Jehovah, established Heavenly Father’s everlasting gospel on the earth in every dispensation of time in order to gather in every one of God’s children who were lost.
  3. Our faith in Jesus Christ can be strengthened as we come to recognize His unchanging nature and His everlasting gospel.

4. See Exodus 3:11–146:2–3John 8:52–53, 56–5918:5, 83 Nephi 15:5Abraham 1:162:8

5. Jesus Christ was Jehovah of the Old Testament

6. Read John 8:52–53, 56–59 silently. Then ask yourself:

  • What questions were the Jews asking the Savior?
  • What do you think Jesus meant by His response, “Before Abraham was, I am”? (verse 58).

7. To define the phrase “I am,” read Exodus 3:11–146:2–3, looking for how the God of the Old Testament identified Himself. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • According to these verses, what names did the God of the Old Testament use to identify Himself? (The Joseph Smith Translation of Exodus 6:3 reads, “I am the Lord God Almighty; the Lord JEHOVAH. And was not my name known unto them?” See also Abraham 1:16.)
  • How do these verses clarify the significance of Jesus Christ’s statement, “Before Abraham was, I am”? (Students should recognize that Jesus Christ was Jehovah, the God of the Old Testament and the great I AM.)

Elder Bruce R. McConkie

8. “This is as blunt and pointed an affirmation of divinity as any person has or could make. ‘Before Abraham was I Jehovah.’ That is, ‘I am God Almighty, the Great I AM. I am the self-existent, Eternal One. I am the God of your fathers. My name is: I AM THAT I AM’” (Apostle and Elder Bruce R. McConkie, Doctrinal New Testament Commentary, 3 vols. [1965–73], 1:464).

9. Jehovah is “the covenant or proper name of the God of Israel. It denotes the ‘Unchangeable One’” (Bible Dictionary, “Jehovah”).

  • Why is it important to know that Jesus Christ was Jehovah of the Old Testament? (Answer: God has always administered His gospel through His Son, Jesus Christ. See also 3 Nephi 15:5, which records the Savior’s teaching that He was the giver of the law.)

10. You may want to read aloud the following statement by Apostle and President Joseph Fielding Smith (1876–1972):

President Joseph Fielding Smith

“All revelation since the fall has come through Jesus Christ, who is the Jehovah of the Old Testament. … The Father [Elohim] has never dealt with man directly and personally since the fall, and he has never appeared except to introduce and bear record of the Son” (Doctrines of Salvation, comp. Bruce R. McConkie, 3 vols. [1954–56], 1:27).

  • How does knowing that Jehovah, or Jesus Christ, is unchangeable help you to have faith in Him? (Answer: the knowledge that Jesus Christ is unchangeable helps us have faith that just as He kept His promises to the people we read about in the scriptures, He will keep His promises to us.)

11. By early post-biblical times, the Hebrew name for Jehovah (usually represented as Yahweh in literature) was considered too sacred to be pronounced. For this reason, except for a few exceptions (see Exodus 6:3Psalm 83:18Isaiah 12:226:4), the translators of the King James Version of the Bible rendered the word Jehovah as LORD (in all capital letters). In modern Judaism, it is replaced with the word Adonai, which means “Lord.”

12. See Genesis 13:14–1617:1–9Moses 6:51–52, 64–66Abraham 1:18–192:8–11

13. Jehovah established the everlasting gospel anciently

14. Read Moses 6:51–52, 64–66 and identify what Jehovah taught Adam. In verses 51–52, Jehovah was speaking on behalf of the Father. Now ask yourself:

  • What did you notice about the gospel taught to Adam? (Answer: It is the same gospel taught today. [See 2 Nephi 31:10–16 for an example of the same gospel being taught in the Americas.] Emphasize this truth by writing the following statement on a piece of paper: The gospel of Jesus Christ is everlasting and unchanging in each gospel dispensation.)

15. In a later dispensation, Jehovah renewed His everlasting gospel through a covenant with Abraham known as the Abrahamic covenant. Now study Genesis 13:14–1617:2–8Abraham 1:18–192:8–11 and make a list of the promises the Lord made to Abraham. And study Genesis 17:1–5, 9Abraham 1:192:8–11 and make a list of what Abraham was required to do in order to receive the promised blessings.

Write the following chart on your paper, leaving space to list your responses:

Abrahamic Covenant
Promises Made to AbrahamAbraham’s Responsibilities

16. Summarizing the Abrahamic covenant read aloud the following statement:

“Abraham received the gospel and was ordained to the higher priesthood (D&C 84:14Abr. 2:11), and he entered into celestial marriage, which is the covenant of exaltation (D&C 131:1–4132:19, 29). Abraham received a promise that all of the blessings of these covenants would be offered to his mortal posterity (D&C 132:29–31Abr. 2:6–11). Together, these covenants and promises are called the Abrahamic covenant. The restoration of this covenant was the restoration of the gospel in the last days, for through it all the nations of the earth are blessed (Gal. 3:8–9, 29D&C 110:12124:58Abr. 2:10–11)” (Guide to the Scriptures, “Abrahamic Covenant”;

17. We emphasize that from the beginning, the Father covenanted with His children to gather them together through the truths, ordinances, and blessings of the everlasting gospel.

18. The Restoration of the gospel includes the restoration of the Abrahamic covenant.

19. That is, the Abrahamic covenant is a significant part of the new and everlasting covenant, which is the fulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Ask yourself:

  • How does knowing that we are descendants of Abraham and heirs to all that God promised to him influence the way you live?
  • How does the availability of the blessings promised to Abraham and his posterity strengthen families and guide us in the decisions we make?

20. How can you secure the promised blessings of this covenant for yourself and your families, past, present, and future.

Joshua 24:3–131 Nephi 17:23–32

21. Jehovah blessed and led ancient Israel.

22. As part of the Abrahamic covenant, Jehovah promised the blessings of the gospel to Abraham’s posterity and those who gathered with them.

23. Read Joshua 24:3–13, and then read Book of Mormon 1 Nephi 17:23–32.

24. Look for words and phrases that teach what Jehovah did for ancient Israel.

25. You may want to suggest mark what you find and share what you learned.

26. For insight into why Jehovah did some of the things He did, read Exodus 6:2–6 aloud. Ask yourself:

  • What reason did Jehovah give for doing many of the things you read about in Joshua and 1 Nephi?
  • What does this tell you about the promises the Lord has made to you? (As students respond, write the following principle on the board: If we live faithfully, the Lord will keep the promises He has made to us.)

27. Read aloud the following statement by Apostle and President Dieter F. Uchtdorf:

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

“Because God has been faithful and kept His promises in the past, we can hope with confidence that God will keep His promises to us in the present and in the future. In times of distress, we can hold tightly to the hope that things will ‘work together for [our] good’ [D&C 90:24]” (“The Infinite Power of Hope,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2008, 23).

  • How can knowing about Jehovah’s actions anciently help you during times of trial?
  • What did He do for ancient Israel that He will also do for you?

28. We testify that in every dispensation of time, Jesus Christ has blessed God’s children with the everlasting gospel.

29. Just as the covenant people anciently received promised blessings from the Lord, so can we upon condition of our obedience.


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Jesus is Yeshua, Yeshua is Jesus, the living God, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, the Savior of the World, the Holy Messiah. He came. He will come again shortly. Repent. Get ready. Merry Christmas! Richard W. Linford

He is:

  1. Able to save to the uttermost
  2. Able to succor them that are tempted
  3. Adam, Last
  4. Adam, New
  5. Adam, Second
  6. Advocate with the Father
  7. Almighty
  8. Alpha
  9. Alpha and Omega
  10. Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending
  11. Amen
  12. Angels, authorities, and powers being made subject to him
  13. Apostle and High Priest of our profession
  14. Appears in the presence of God for us
  15. Author and finisher of our faith
  16. Author of eternal salvation
  17. Bare our sins in his own body
  18. Beginning
  19. Beginning of the creation of God
  20. Beloved Son
  21. Beloved Son of God
  22. Better than the angels
  23. Blessed for evermore
  24. Blessed of God
  25. Branch
  26. Bread of Life
  27. Bread of life
  28. Bright and morning star
  29. By himself purged our sins
  30. By whom are all things, and we by him
  31. By whom God made the worlds
  32. Captain of man’s salvation
  33. Chosen One
  34. Christ
  35. Consecrated for evermore
  36. Counselor
  37. Crowned with glory and honor
  38. Did no sin
  39. Elect One
  40. Emmanuel
  41. Ever liveth to make intercession
  42. Everlasting Father
  43. Faithful and True
  44. Foundation of the Church
  45. God manifest in the flesh
  46. God the Son
  47. God’s anointed
  48. God’s holy child Jesus
  49. Good Shepherd
  50. Governor who shall rule Israel
  51. Harmless
  52. Hath an unchangeable priesthood
  53. Hath given us understanding that we may know him that is true
  54. Hath obtained eternal redemption for us
  55. He hath consecrated a new and living way
  56. He hath perfected forever them that are sanctified
  57. He sanctifieth the people by his blood
  58. He that came by water and blood
  59. He that cometh in the name of the Lord
  60. He that hath the key of David
  61. He that is holy
  62. He that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David
  63. He that is true
  64. He that liveth and was dead
  65. He that liveth forever and ever
  66. Heir of all things
  67. His blood cleanseth from all sin
  68. Holy
  69. Holy One
  70. Holy One of Israel
  71. Holy, harmless, undefiled,
  72. I am
  73. I Am that I Am
  74. In him is eternal life
  75. In whom is salvation
  76. Is ready to judge the quick and the dead
  77. Jehovah
  78. Jesus
  79. Jesus Christ
  80. Jesus of Galilee
  81. Jesus of Nazareth
  82. Jesus the Christ
  83. Joseph’s son
  84. Judge of quick and dead
  85. King of Israel
  86. King of kings
  87. King of kings, and Lord of lords
  88. King of Sion
  89. King of the Jews
  90. King of Zion
  91. Lamb of God
  92. Learned obedience by the things which he suffered
  93. Left us an example
  94. Light of the World
  95. Living Water
  96. Logos (the Word)
  97. Lord
  98. Lord both of dead and living
  99. Lord of all
  100. Lord of lords
  101. Lord of the Sabbath
  102. Made higher than the heavens
  103. Made lower than the angels for the suffering of death
  104. Made of a woman
  105. Made of a woman, made under the law
  106. Made under the law
  107. Master
  108. Mediator
  109. Mediator of a better covenant
  110. Mediator of the new testament
  111. Meek and lowly
  112. Messiah
  113. Mighty God
  114. Mighty One of Jacob
  115. Nazarene
  116. Not yea and nay, but in him was yea
  117. Of the seed of David
  118. Offered himself without spot
  119. Omega
  120. One body
  121. One with the Father
  122. Only begotten of the Father
  123. Only Begotten Son
  124. Our advocate with the Father
  125. Our advocate with the Father
  126. Our life
  127. Our Paraclete (Advocate) with the Father
  128. Our Passover
  129. Our peace
  130. Our Savior
  131. Prince of Peace
  132. Prophet
  133. Propitiation for the sins of the whole world
  134. Put away sin by the sacrifice of himself
  135. Rabbi
  136. Rabboni
  137. Redeemer
  138. Redemption
  139. Redemption
  140. Righteousness
  141. Root and offspring of David
  142. Sanctification
  143. Savior of Israel
  144. Savior of the World
  145. Seed of the woman
  146. Sent that we may live through him
  147. Separate from sinners
  148. Servant of the LORD
  149. Shall appear the second time without sin unto salvation
  150. Shepherd of Israel
  151. Shiloh
  152. Son of David
  153. Son of GOD
  154. Son of GOD THE FATHER
  155. Son of Man
  156. Son of the Highest
  157. Son the Most High GOD
  158. Stem of Jesse
  159. Suffered for us
  160. Suffered without the gate
  161. Surety of a better testament
  162. Tasted death for every man
  163. Tempted in all points as we are
  164. The brightness of God’s glory
  165. The carpenter
  166. The carpenter’s son
  167. The chief cornerstone
  168. The chosen of God
  169. The Christ of God
  170. The consolation of Israel
  171. The deliverer
  172. The door of the sheep
  173. The end of the law for righteousness
  174. The ending
  175. The express image of God’s person
  176. The faithful witness
  177. The first and the last
  178. The first begotten
  179. The first begotten of the dead
  180. The first fruits of them that slept
  181. The forerunner
  182. The good shepherd
  183. The great God
  184. The great shepherd of the sheep
  185. The head of every man
  186. The head of the Church
  187. The High Priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec
  188. The high priest of good things to come
  189. The Holy One
  190. The Holy One and the Just
  191. The hope of glory
  192. The image of God
  193. The Just
  194. The Just One
  195. The King that cometh in the name of the Lord
  196. The Lamb
  197. The Lamb of God
  198. The lamb without blemish and without spot
  199. The life
  200. The Light
  201. The Light
  202. The light of the world
  203. The Lion of the tribe of Judah
  204. The living bread
  205. The living stone, disallowed of men, but chosen of God and precious
  206. The Lord
  207. The Lord from heaven
  208. The Lord Jesus
  209. The Lord of glory
  210. The Lord our Righteousness
  211. The LORD’S Christ
  212. The mediator between God and men
  213. The merciful and faithful high priest
  214. The Messenger of the covenant
  215. The Messiah
  216. The Messias
  217. The minister of the circumcision for the truth of God
  218. The minister of the sanctuary of the true tabernacle
  219. The offering and sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling savor
  220. The only wise God our Savior
  221. The power of GOD
  222. The power of GOD and the wisdom of GOD
  223. The Prince
  224. The Prince of Life
  225. The prince of the kings of the earth
  226. The Prophet
  227. The Prophet
  228. The prophet of Nazareth
  229. The propitiation for our sins
  230. The propitiation through faith
  231. The Resurrection
  232. The resurrection and the life
  233. The righteous judge
  234. The righteous man
  235. The root of David
  236. The same forever
  237. The same today
  238. The same yesterday
  239. The same yesterday, today, and forever
  240. The Savior
  241. The Savior of the body
  242. The Savior of the world
  243. The seed of Abraham
  244. The shepherd and bishop of souls
  245. The son of Abraham
  246. The son of David
  247. The son of Mary
  248. The Son of the Blessed
  249. The Son of the living God
  250. The spiritual rock
  251. The teacher come from God
  252. The true vine
  253. The truth
  254. The vine
  255. The way
  256. The way, the truth, and the life
  257. The wisdom of God
  258. The Word
  259. The word of God
  260. The word of life
  261. True and Faithful
  262. Undefiled
  263. Upholding all things by the word of his power
  264. Which delivereth us from the wrath to come
  265. Which is, and which was, and which is to come
  266. Who came into the world to save sinners
  267. Who died and rose again
  268. Who gave himself for our sins
  269. Who gave himself for us
  270. Who is passed into the heavens
  271. Who knew no sin
  272. Who shall judge the quick and dead
  273. Who sitteth on the right hand of God
  274. Who was raised from the dead
  275. Wisdom
  276. Wisdom, righteousness, sanctification, and redemption unto us
  277. Wonderful
  278. Worthy of more glory than Abraham
  279. Worthy of more glory than Moses
  280. YHWH
  281. ZION

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