Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Book of Mormon Thoughts
From Truman G. Madsen, “B.H. Roberts After Fifty Years: Still Witnessing for the Book of Mormon,” Ensign 13/12 (December 1983): 18.
Men under constraint of evidence are rationally obligated to recognize that the Bible and the Book of Mormon are at least credible. It remains for God, and God alone, to forge their light and power into the souls of men. Then the books may become instruments for meeting the Christ. And when one has been embraced by the King Himself and is feasting at the banquet table, do questions remain about the letter of introduction?
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