The Scriptures      Study Helps  | Search  | Options  | Marked  | Help  | English 
Print   < Previous  Next >
  11 And again I say unto you as I have said before, that as ye have come to the knowledge of the glory of God, or if ye have known of his goodness and have atasted of his love, and have received a bremission of your sins, which causeth such exceedingly great joy in your souls, even so I would that ye should remember, and always retain in remembrance, the greatness of God, and your own cnothingness, and his dgoodness and long-suffering towards you, unworthy creatures, and humble yourselves even in the depths of ehumility, fcalling on the name of the Lord daily, and standing gsteadfastly in the faith of that which is to come, which was spoken by the mouth of the angel.

Ps. 34: 8.
  8 O ataste and see that the Lord is bgood: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.
Alma 36: 24 (24-26)
  24 Yea, and from that time even until now, I have labored without ceasing, that I might bring souls unto arepentance; that I might bring them to btaste of the exceeding joy of which I did taste; that they might also be cborn of God, and be dfilled with the Holy Ghost.
Rom. 5: 8 (6-8)
  8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet asinners, bChrist died for us.
Moses 1: 10.
  10 And it came to pass that it was for the space of many hours before Moses did again receive his natural astrength like unto man; and he said unto himself: Now, for this cause I know that bman is cnothing, which thing I never had supposed.
Ex. 34: 6 (5-7)
  6 And the Lord passed by before him, and proclaimed, The Lord, The Lord God, amerciful and bgracious, clongsuffering, and abundant in dgoodness and truth,
Moro. 8: 3.
  3 I am mindful of you always in my prayers, continually praying unto God the Father in the name of his Holy Child, Jesus, that he, through his infinite agoodness and bgrace, will keep you through the endurance of faith on his name to the end.