Pride and Polygamy – Jacob 2:1-35

1 The words which Jacob, the brother of Nephi, spake unto the people of Nephi, after the death of Nephi:

2 Now, my beloved brethren, I, Jacob, according to the responsibility which I am under to God, to magnify mine office with soberness, and that I might rid my garments of your sins, I come up into the temple this day that I might declare unto you the word of God. [The Nephite Temple was similar to the Temple of Solomon, with an outer court layer where the people could gather to be taught.]

3 And ye yourselves know that I have hitherto been diligent in the office of my calling; but I this day am weighed down with much more desire and anxiety for the welfare of your souls than I have hitherto been.

4 For behold, as yet, ye have been obedient unto the word of the Lord, which I have given unto you. [It sounds like it has been a while since he has had to gather the people to make such an announcement or teach them.]

5 But behold, hearken ye unto me, and know that by the help of the all-powerful Creator of heaven and earth I can tell you concerning your thoughts, how that ye are beginning to labor in sin, which sin appeareth very abominable unto me, yea, and abominable unto God. [An “abomination” is a sin of power and usually is tied to something of a sexual nature that makes unholy that which is holy.]

6 Yea, it grieveth my soul and causeth me to shrink with shame [embarrassing] before the presence of my Maker, that I must testify unto you concerning the wickedness of your hearts.

7 And also it grieveth me that I must use so much boldness of speech concerning you, before your wives and your children, many of whose feelings are exceedingly tender and chaste and delicate before God, which thing is pleasing unto God; [It is also embarrassing to your wives and children.]

8 And it supposeth me that they have come up hither to hear the pleasing word of God, yea, the word which healeth the wounded soul. [They are expecting to hear words of rejoicing, but no.]

9 Wherefore, it burdeneth my soul that I should be constrained, because of the strict commandment which I have received from God [a direct revelation that cannot be neglected], to admonish you according to your crimes, to enlarge the wounds of those who are already wounded, instead of consoling and healing their wounds; and those who have not been wounded, instead of feasting upon the pleasing word of God have daggers placed to pierce their souls and wound their delicate minds.

10 But, notwithstanding the greatness of the task, I must do according to the strict commands of God, and tell you concerning your wickedness and abominations, in the presence of the pure in heart [without sin], and the broken heart [all to God, repenting], and under the glance of the piercing eye of the Almighty God.

11 Wherefore, I must tell you the truth according to the plainness of the word of God. For behold, as I inquired of the Lord, thus came the word unto me [Direct questions yield the best answers.], saying: Jacob, get thou up into the temple on the morrow, and declare the word which I shall give thee unto this people.

12 And now behold, my brethren, this is the word which I declare unto you, that many of you have begun to search for gold, and for silver, and for all manner of precious ores, in the which this land, which is a land of promise unto you and to your seed, doth abound most plentifully.

13 And the hand of providence hath smiled upon you most pleasingly, that you have obtained many riches; and because some of you have obtained more abundantly than that of your brethren ye are lifted up in the pride of your hearts, and wear stiff necks and high heads because of the costliness of your apparel, and persecute your brethren because ye suppose that ye are better than they. [The Nephites had begun to divide into classes according to their wealth. This places a wedge amongst the people. We know that having riches isn’t in itself a sin, but when we become proud and callous to others it becomes a cord that binds us to this earth. The test for those who acquire wealth is that they can view their wealth as a stewardship of the Lord and not a sign of their status.]

14 And now, my brethren, do ye suppose that God justifieth you in this thing? Behold, I say unto you, Nay. But he condemneth you, and if ye persist in these things his judgments must speedily come unto you.

15 O that he would show you that he can pierce you, and with one glance of his eye he can smite you to the dust! [A strong way for Jacob to express the judgment of God.]

16 O that he would rid you from this iniquity and abomination. And, O that ye would listen unto the word of his commands, and let not this pride of your hearts destroy your souls! [Many hope and pray for wealth, but it is perhaps one of the most difficult trials for those who experience it.] 

17 Think of your brethren like unto yourselves, and be familiar with all and free with your substance, that they may be rich like unto you. [If you view your riches as a stewardship it is easier to do this. You are not expected to be the Bishop’s Storehouse. The Lord will inspire you by the Spirit as to how you can meet this commandment.] 

18 But before ye seek for riches, seek ye for the kingdom of God.

We usually think of riches in terms of money and the things money can buy. However, there are many forms of riches that can lead to pride. Anything that causes one to feel greater than another. This can be our physical beauty, our talents, our family heritage, our church callings, our status in career choice, our vehicle, our clothes, our smile, our intelligence, our experience of the world, our gender, our political affiliation, our friends and associates, and more. None of these things in themselves is sin, but when we use them to place ourselves in a higher class and look down on our brothers and sisters it is damnable to our spirits.

19 And after ye have obtained a hope in Christ ye shall obtain riches, if ye seek them; and ye will seek them for the intent to do good—to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted. [The point of this scripture is that God will bless His children with the riches of the world if we seek them for righteous purposes. Righteous, meaning it is His will. There are many among the chosen of God who are not called to have the riches of the world in this life, yet are indeed rich. Satan also blesses his followers with riches for the opposite reasons.] 

One nasty unbelief that is common amongst those who follow Christ is that wealth is a sign of someone’s status with God. This is nurtured by the culture of ecclesiastical leaders that come from the high income and career ladders of the world. I’m reminded that Jesus chose from amongst the poor to be his Apostles. Part of the attribute of charity is to see others the way God sees them. We must look beyond the outward appearance.

20 And now, my brethren, I have spoken unto you concerning pride; and those of you which have afflicted your neighbor, and persecuted him because ye were proud in your hearts, of the things which God hath given you, what say ye of it? [What are you going to do about it?]

21 Do ye not suppose that such things are abominable unto him who created all flesh? And the one being is as precious in his sight as the other. And all flesh is of the dust; and for the selfsame end hath he created them, that they should keep his commandmentsand glorify him forever.

22 And now I make an end of speaking unto you concerning this pride. And were it not that I must speak unto you concerning a grosser crime, my heart would rejoice exceedingly because of you. [It always helps to start with the less bad news before you hit them with the whopper.]

23 But the word of God burdens me because of your grosser crimes. For behold, thus saith the Lord: This people begin to wax in iniquity [Sin is to be out of harmony with God’s law. Iniquity is to do something that is highly inappropriate, this word implies something of a grosser nature.]; they understand not the scriptures, for they seek to excuse themselves in committing whoredoms, because of the things which were written concerning David, and Solomon his son.

24 Behold, David and Solomon truly had many wives and concubines, which thing was abominable before me, saith the Lord. [This is a very direct statement from a prophet of the Lord. He doesn’t go into any detail regarding David and what he did, yet clearly teaches to his people that they are not to do this thing.]

25 Wherefore, thus saith the Lord, I have led this people forth out of the land of Jerusalem, by the power of mine arm, that I might raise up unto me a righteous branch from the fruit of the loins of Joseph.

26 Wherefore, I the Lord God will not suffer that this people shall do like unto them of old. [They are commanded not to have polygamous relationships like “them of old.” This would include those who excuse their actions by citing Abraham and Jacob.]

27 Wherefore, my brethren, hear me, and hearken to the word of the Lord: For there shall not any man among you have save it be one wife; and concubines he shall have none; [This is very clear. Only one wife, no concubines, no exceptions.]

28 For I, the Lord God, delight in the chastity of women [honoring women with purity]. And whoredoms are an abomination before me; thus saith the Lord of Hosts.

This verse fills my heart with joy as I consider the Lords love for his daughters. Men are to honor His daughters in how they respect, nurture, and serve them. Men who exploit women for sexual appetites or anything else are separating themselves from God. A man and woman who honor each other equally are preparing themselves for exaltation. This is God’s purpose for an eternal marriage. The relationships that are nurtured in this life have the potential to become eternal in the worlds to come if we keep our covenants to each other and God. The temple marriage is an earthly ordinance which only has merit if it is made perfect by the spiritual marriage ordinance, which is performed by Christ Himself.

29 Wherefore, this people shall keep my commandments, saith the Lord of Hosts, or cursed be the land for their sakes.

30 For if I will, saith the Lord of Hosts, raise up seed unto me [establish a new branch of Israel because you have become ripe in iniquity], I will command my people [from the House of Israel]; otherwise they shall hearken unto these things. [And they shall follow the path that you have not.]

This verse is often used as a caveat to make exception for this commandment.

What does it mean “to raise up seed unto me?” It is far more than to expedite the number of children born to a family who worships Jesus. The only time “a people” have been commanded to have a polygamous marriage was in the case of the people of Israel. Moses stated that a man was to marry his brother’s widow. It was part of the law to prevent these women from becoming destitute. Brigham Young established polygamy as a law among the LDS. This broke from the teachings of Joseph Smith, as the church made polygamy its core doctrine until it was ended in 1890, 46 years after Joseph was murdered. Section 132 was the revelation cited as the source of this commandment.

31 For behold, I, the Lord, have seen the sorrow, and heard the mourning of the daughters of my people in the land of Jerusalem, yea, and in all the lands of my people, because of the wickedness and abominations of their husbands.

32 And I will not suffer, saith the Lord of Hosts, that the cries of the fair daughters of this people, which I have led out of the land of Jerusalem, shall come up unto me against the men of my people, saith the Lord of Hosts.

33 For they shall not lead away captive the daughters of my people because of their tenderness, save I shall visit them with a sore curse, even unto destruction; for they shall not commit whoredoms, like unto them of old, saith the Lord of Hosts.

The Lord doesn’t allow unrighteous polygamy to continue amongst his people when it takes hold, because of the prayers of his fair daughters. Either it is snuffed out, or they are visited with destruction. 

34 And now behold, my brethren, ye know that these commandments were given to our father, Lehi; wherefore, ye have known them before; and ye have come unto great condemnation; for ye have done these things which ye ought not to have done. [Lehi also taught against polygamy.]

35 Behold, ye have done greater iniquities than the Lamanites, our brethren. Ye have broken the hearts of your tender wives, and lost the confidence of your children, because of your bad examples before them; and the sobbings of their hearts ascend up to God against you. And because of the strictness of the word of God, which cometh down against you, many hearts died, pierced with deep wounds. [How does a “heart die?” When there no longer exists any trust between a husband and wife, or a parent and child, the heart cannot be fixed. There is a difference between forgiveness and trust. Forgiveness is letting go of the pain. We receive forgiveness from the Lord when he “lets go of our sins,’ but we must still forgive ourselves. For those who have had their hearts killed by an abuser, they can let go, but are not required to trust them. If they can gain a spouse’s trust again the marriage can be rebuilt. For those dealing with a broken marriage it is a difficult thing to determine how to move forward. The Lord makes all things right according to our faith.]

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26 Responses to Pride and Polygamy – Jacob 2:1-35

  1. J B says:

    Is there any more you are able to share with us that defines Joseph’s understanding on polygamy especially in relation to the restoration?

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  2. Mike Ross says:

    And yes, missionaryforever, as PR indicates, the Lord will lead us. I know that the Lord is very aware of all who truly seek clarity on this. Very aware, very merciful. I love the reminder here on this project a couple of times now that He is in every detail. He was, is, and will be… even or I should say- ESPECIALLY when to us mortals, it looks like things don’t seem to fit.

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  3. Myrsmakeup says:

    I have always felt in my heart that Polygamy was never part of the Lords will. Being led by the spirit words are much different than being led by mans words.

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  4. S Silver says:

    “[An “abomination” is a sin of power and usually is tied to something of a sexual nature that makes unholy that which is holy.]”

    What is the abomination of desolation or the abomination that makes desolate? [It is an unholy act which defiles the temple of God. PR]

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  5. In verse 18: “But before ye seek for riches, seek ye for the kingdom of God.” This reminded me of D&C 6:7: ” Seek not for riches but for wisdom, and behold, the mysteries of God shall be unfolded unto you, and then shall you be made rich. Behold, he that hath eternal life is rich.”

    Here I pause as I consider another trap that Satan lays for the righteous. There are those who may not have great earthly riches, yet are rich of the things of the Spirit. We must use caution to not see ourselves, or others, above another in our standing with God, for “stiff necks and high heads” can also apply to those who have been given much in spiritual blessings.

    The Lord reminded His servants that he who is greatest of all is a servant. D&C 50:26 Do not covet those who have received what you consider greater blessings, whether that be a 4th estate, or 3rd estate servant. If you are on the path to Eternal Life you are Blessed, and will be expected to sacrifice all things that you too may carry your cross and be considered as the dust of the earth. In such sacrifice comes infinite blessings.

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  6. S Silver says:

    If the temple of God is our bodies, does that mean the abomination of desolation is a sin of power that is sexual in nature that defiles the body? Is only the body of one who has made a covenant with God before coming to earth considered a temple of God or are all human bodies a temple of God?

    I’m trying to understand this mystery from Daniel 12:11.

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  7. Rebecca Brent says:

    I’m not sure if you’ve discussed D&C132 before, but I was wondering if you had a translation for that section? [Maybe at some point in the future. PR]

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  8. S Silver says:

    Thank you for doing this project. I have looked forward to this chapter! A few years ago when I was severely bothered by polygamy, I disliked Jacob 2:30. The Lord answered my prayers about polygamy FIVE TIMES with the same answer: one man and one woman is His way. As part of the second answer, He asked me to read Jacob 2 and count how many times the words iniquity, abomination, whoredom, adultery, sin, wickedness, etc were used. By the time I was done reading and counting, I was relieved and rejoicing at how much I had overlooked and that the Lord had soothed my fears. The fifth time I asked Him about polygamy, I referenced Jacob 2:30 and said I was worried He might command it at a future time in the millennium, like some men at church claimed. The Lord replied “I used the word seed but did I mention marriage, husbands, wives or sex? Did I not say I was able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham?” (A reference to Matt 3:9) I giggled out loud as I imagined the men being told they won’t be marrying second wives but will instead be sent out to gather up rocks. (The Savior has a fantastic sense of humor!) He also told me, since I was worried about it, that if He really wanted more children born, the women would all conceive and deliver twins and triplets safely because He is God. He does not punish His daughters for the nine (ten) month gestation period He created by giving their husbands to other women.

    Needless to say polygamy pierced and wounded by heart even a hundred years after the fact. I spent almost a year studying, seeking and asking before I received the first answer, which was the Lord asking me how many wives Adam had when the world was in need of populating? And how many wives did Noah and his three sons each have when the world was again in need of seed?

    This post is another wonderful witness. I am so grateful for you, brother, and I’m incredibly grateful for the BoM and the Lord’s patience and goodness!

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  9. If you read the chapter on Joseph Smith and the Addendum to the book A Witness of the Temporal Dispensations it has all I am permitted to say.

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  10. S Silver says:

    What are the Lord’s definitions of poor, needy and naked? (Does naked mean those who have insufficient protection from cold, the elements or lack of shoes to protect the feet?) [I think it is anyone within our ability to help, whether it is physical or spiritual. It is good in most cases to pray first for guidance in that we do not run faster than we have strength. Also, that we do not withhold our substance because we judge others unrighteously. How we give is as important as what we give. PR]

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  11. missionaryforever says:

    I’d really appreciate it if you’d address the core question most of us want to know…was Brigham Young inspired by the Lord to institute polygamy? Yes, I can seek personal revelation concerning this question, but I fear that there is too much emotion, confusion, etc. surrounding this issue, and I would love to know the truth. [It is incumbent upon each of us to seek revelation in this regard. There is a reason certain specifics are withheld. If we put away our fears and prejudices and ask God with a sincere heart, He will lead us to the answers we seek. PR]

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  12. Myrsmakeup says:

    I had to re-read your addendum and the words literally pierced my heart this time. To be honest, I had a real problem with Joseph for the last 10 years until this past year when I honestly had to put my own feelings aside regarding polygamy. Not only did the spirit bear witness to me that polygamy was not instituted for the purpose of procreation in our latter days, but that Broher Joseph knew its true purpose and order. I no longer felt irritated when I listened to the Spirit! When I read your account! Now I absolutely can testify that Joseph was and is a prophet of God! No longer relying on the words of those who teach/preach from a manual. I will lose family and friends over this but there’s no denying the spirit and witnessing truth when revealed. Amen!

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  13. Myrsmakeup says:

    And a heart felt thank you for your words regarding being servents unto the Lord. I had a very specific question I went to the Lord with last night and once again, the answer was revealed through scripture. So much love and respect for all you do. So much gratitude to the Lord for allowing you to be his mouth piece to help answer many questions I ask. Through scripture study and literal prayers of tears, much has been revealed.

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  14. Mike Ross says:

    Polygamy and I were at serious odds for over 2 decades. This caused me great consternation. I am so glad to be able to confidently say I know Joseph is innocent of polygamy. It was a rough road getting here though.
    I was healed of my doubts and fears about the accusations against Joseph… I was amazed and humbled to watch as they were wiped out by the love of God piercing my heart over a 14 month period. My doubts and fears became tolerable. I wanted to be where that love was, no matter what and that is how I was healed.
    This explanation on wealth and riches and how it’s not just about money… so insightful. Even your looks or your smile can be a stumbling Block!?

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  15. WE peau that it may be very very soin.😊

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  16. A temple is a place where God’s glory dwells. Seldom does this occur with people or places. If such a place is defiled in that manner this phrase would apply.

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  17. Mike Ross says:

    Anthony, that changes the meaning entirely! I had to go and see it in my own 1828 dictionary for myself. Good insight and thank you

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  18. lovnlif says:

    I likewise am grateful for your willingness to be a watchman to shine light on truths in these confusing times. I have been led to Jacob 2 many times over the past few years as the spirit has continued to peal back the layers to really see what the words really say. Verse 25 is enlightening:
    25 Wherefore, (“for which reason”, 1828 Noah Webster Dictionary) thus saith the Lord, I have led this people forth out of the land of Jerusalem, by the power of mine arm that I might raise up unto me a righteous branch from the fruit of the loins of Joseph.
    For what reason did the Lord lead this people out of Jerusalem? Verse 24:
    24 Behold, David and Solomon his son, truly had many wives and concubines, which thing was abominable before me, saith the Lord.
    25 Wherefore, (for this reason), the Lord led them out of Jerusalem, so he might raise unto hIm a righteous branch descending from Joseph.
    26 Wherefore, I the Lord God will not suffer that this people should do like unto them of old.
    This is just one example. Another was mentioned in this post by PR, in verse 34 where it says, ye know that these “commandments” were given to our father, Lehi.
    I wonder if Lehi’s teachings on this subject were in the 116 page lost manuscript, because they don’t seem to be in Nephi I & ll. However, it is repeated in Jacob 3:5: where it says that the Lamanites were more righteous than the Nephites because they had not forgotten the “commandment” of the Lord, which was given to their father, which was that they should have save it were one wife . . . etc. The word “commandment” is used 2 more times in verse 6.
    Perhaps this “commandment” is what is referred to in the misunderstood verse 30 where the Lord says:
    30 For if I will . . . raise up seed unto me, I will “command” my people (that they should have save it were one wife) otherwise, (if I don’t), they shall hearken unto “these things”
    23 . . .”the things” which were written concerning David & Solomon his son
    24 . . . which “thing” was abominable before me, saith the Lord.
    The BoM is truly a tapestry so beautifully and brilliantly woven so as to clarify so much that is otherwise hidden. Thank you PR for your appreciated endeavor.

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  19. Anthony says:

    Here are two things helpful in studying the Book of Mormon. 1) Webster’s 1828 dictionary. 2) Remember that neither punctuation nor verse markers were in the original text or translation.
    Let’s examine the oft misapplied verse… 30 For if I will, saith the Lord of Hosts, raise up seed unto me, I will command my people; otherwise they shall hearken unto these things.
    Definition #1 for the word “OTHERWISE” in Webster’s 1828 is “IN A DIFFERENT MANNER”.
    Now let’s substitute that definition and modify the punctuation and verse marker and read it again…
    30 For if I will, saith the Lord of Hosts, raise up seed unto me, I will command my people IN A DIFFERENT MANNER.
    31 They shall hearken unto these things, for behold, I, the Lord, have seen the sorrow, and heard the mourning of the daughters of my people in the land of Jerusalem, yea, and in all the lands of my people, because of the wickedness and abominations of their husbands.
    Quite a different meaning, when read in the context of the rest of the chapter, huh???

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  20. Peter Taylor says:

    I often wonder, if the fact that all of Joseph’s sealings to other women were never intended to be sexual, AND if I am understanding PR correctly in that the sealings were neither effective in the hereafter, WHY would Emma have had such a hard time with it? [If Emma didn’t write it, I would be incredulous. PR]

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  21. lovnlif says:

    I’m not sure what you mean by your comment, “If Emma didn’t write it, I would be incredulous”?
    If Emma didn’t write what? [You mentioned how Emma felt regarding the other “marriages” of Joseph. If it is not from her personal journal I would be skeptical. PR]

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  22. Nate says:

    None of the women who later claimed to be Josephs wives said anything about polygamy in their private journals from the Nauvoo era, including Eliza R. Snow. There’s a real lack of contemporaneous material/evidence regarding polygamy. All we have are Josephs statements made during his life opposing polygamy.

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  23. onestilllearning says:

    [(Edit) I do not include any references to authors, institutions, or links; but thank you for sharing. PR] Study from about 70% of descendants of women claiming to be polygamous wives of JS all turned out to be from their 1st husbands they were legally married to, not Joseph Smith. Only DNA not tested are descendants of polygamous wives where babies died. Only DNA of any descendants tested with Joseph Smiths’s DNA all have Emma’s DNA. That’s pretty strong evidence, especially with polygamy for many in the quorum of apostles and their children numbers exploding right after the murder of Joseph. Another thing that never made sense to me, just my own reasoning after much studying and pondering. Joseph Smith boldly spoke of God’s appearance to him. He also was bold in declaring visitation from translated beings, angels as he called them, including Moroni that gave him gold plates and the means to translate. He feared no man, only God. He never backed down from proclaiming truth revealed that would bring him worldly persecution. How could this man who feared only God, no matter the persecution from any and all men, then fear his wife, and hide this supposed revelation and these supposed wives he married, if this revealed principle truly came from God? This doesn’t make sense. So many witnesses in these books Joseph Smith never received polygamy as a revelation or lived it. It isn’t in any of his journals in his own handwriting and everything he printed in Times and Seasons taught the opposite. All other statements are “hear say” of what someone heard him say or experienced. These are all witnesses to take to the Lord as “study it out in your mind” and then “ask me if it be right” in DC 9:7-9. It is the way to not be deceived and to keep hold of your convictions when the winds of doubt arise. Especially in this case as their are so very many voices to the contrary.

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  24. Nate says:

    How do we prevent our spouse from becoming an idol?… how do we love our spouse in perfect alignment with the Lord? [By viewing her as a gift from God, a stewardship of love that requires prayerful and faithful care. PR]

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  25. Nate says:

    Polygamy was a temporal/telestial law under Moses. It’s “temporal” because it’s not a celestial law right? What D&C 29 mean when it says the Lord has never given a temporal law? [Use the word temporal to imply that it is a telestial law for this world, not that it is a law for the temporal body. PR]

    D&C 29:34-35
    34 Wherefore, verily I say unto you that all things unto me are spiritual, and not at any time have I given unto you a law which was temporal; neither any man, nor the children of men; neither Adam, your father, whom I created.

     35 Behold, I gave unto him that he should be an agent unto himself; and I gave unto him commandment, but no temporal commandment gave I unto him, for my commandments are spiritual; they are not natural nor temporal, neither carnal nor sensual.

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  26. michlars says:

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the false beliefs surrounding materialism and polygamy were fully disclosed and uncovered as the “ restoration” continues? They have been enormous stumbling blocks for us these past 200 years. I have to thank you PR and the Book of Mormon as such keys in my own awakening and personal revelation journey. How women are spoken of in Church history and the scriptures have been in direct opposition to how I feel God feels towards his daughters. I now know how to decipher between mans mind and God’s. It has broken my heart over the years, it feels almost like a betrayal but as I forgive men, Church leaders and the ignorant I have learned to trust God more. What perhaps is the most difficult is that I cannot shout this from the rooftops—for now.

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