Friday, February 7, 2014

Post 48a: As of My Just Previous Blog Post, Post 47z I Have Been Able to Feature Each of the October 2013 General Conference Speeches Given by Present Members of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I Have Now Decided that Until the April 2014 General Conference Has Concluded I Will Select Past Posts to Repeat Whose Subject I Personally Decided Needs to be Repeated. This Week I Am Featuring the Talk Given by President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles at the General Conference. It Actually Was the Very First of the Blog Posts in Which I Began Fearturing LDS General Conference Talks! Its Topic is: The Mission of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

The Following Blog Description Explains Why My Blog is named: "Four Books of Scripture Testify of Jesus Christ!

Jesus the Christ -by Del Parson

and in every additional post of this blog 
you will be led on a carefully and 
prayerfully planned exciting and inspiring 
journey as you prepare by means of a 
guided study of the four sacred books of 
scripture I am shown holding above.  
Devoted Study of them will assist you in 
becoming more righteously happy now 
and more fully prepared for eventual 
After-Mortality Eternal Endeavors on 
your part, along with your loved ones and 
countless other mortals who are seeking 
to qualify as our Heavenly Father's worthy

Those enabling Books of Scripture were brought about through the love and 
wisdom of the Heavenly Father of our 
Immortal Spirits which now inhabit our mortal bodies; and were a key part 
of the Restoration of the Gospel, 
and of the establishment of The Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
through the Prophet Joseph Smith early 
in the Nineteenth Century. 

Leading out in all of this, was 
of course, 
Our Heavenly Father's Only Begotten
who is our Lord, Savior, and Redeemer,
Jesus Christ (who initially was our 
eldest spirit brother and is the only one 
of us our Heavenly Father will have ever sired into mortality)

Jesus accomplished His Infinite Atonement, the Ultimate Mortal 
Sacrifice, along with His infallibly 
witnessed Resurrection. He is our 
Redeemer and Savior who opened 
the way for each of us to learn with 
certainty through those four books
of scripture, and through the 
inspired teachings of His prophets, seers and revelators of our day 
and those authorized by them
that some time after our mortal 
deaths, because of His Atonement 
and Resurrection, and depending 
on the level of individual 
righteousness to which we each 
attain, through His grace, we can 
eventually experience Eternal Life 
in our own Resurrected Bodies, 
which in the case of those who fully 
heeded all of His scriptural guidance 
and the guidance of His authorized 
living servants, there will be full 
possession of Godly capabilities! 

J. Neil Birch

To Access This Blog's Index, Please Scroll Down To the Fifth 
Paragraph From the End of This Post! For Those of You Who May 
Be In a Hurry to Access it, Here it is now: Neil Birch's Blog Index.



I, J. Neil Birch, Author of this Blog Post as you have 
been informed in my Introduction, have chosen this
week to repeat the first Blog Post I did in this  
series of posts in which I have featured General
Authority Talks of Present Day Apostles and 
Prophets. It was given by President Boyd K. 
Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.  
First I provide you the opportunity of reviewing
his personal history: 

Now it is my privilege to provide you with the opportunity 
of learning from the first blog post in which I featured
General Conference Speeches of members of the 
First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints and of the Quorum of the Twelve. 

You may want to return to this blog post after having 
experienced my previous post 46v just to sing this one 
hymn from the LDS Hymn Book which I feel matches
the subject of President Packer's talk you will have 
reviewed using the Internet link found just before the
link to post 46v below this paragraph. I will look 
forward to providing you another previous blog post 
one week from today, February 14, 2014.

You may want to consider inviting others
who may be nearby to sing the various parts of this 
hymn: soprano, alto, tenor, and base with you 
singing the part you feel you should sing.

The music is provided in the Internet link I provide. 
Here it is:

Here is the link to the previous blog post I  suggest you
first connect to for today's main message.

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