There is not one sin that God can’t forgive, and if we truly desire to repent and change our hearts, then God will cleanse us, no matter what we have done in the past.
As we read the above scripture from Isaiah, we head God tell us that He dwells with those who have a humble and contrite spirit. But, what does it mean to have a contrite spirit?
Sometimes We justify our dislike for others by saying things like ” but they’re sport-stars (they play for the opposite team etc)” or “they’re celebrities, I don’t know them personally so…” The fact is that when we start to justify our displeasure for others, we are beginning to loose sight of the Celestial love of Christ, that we should all be aiming to have in our hearts at all times.
As I read this scripture, my comment here is that I know that with God all things are possible. The United order will not succeed, as have so many attempts have failed. This is due to the necessary revelation regarding the spiritual psychology that is not clear or understood.
There was new terminology used by Joseph Smith Jr. as new revelation was brought to this new Restoration Movement. These teachings encompass and expound on the Celestial laws and actions of the universe that take place around us. We are moving into “The Kingdom age,” which is part of the process. The term that describes this process is called “Transcendence.”
We cannot put the Holy Spirit in a box. There is no standard for how the Holy Spirit should express itself in this world. When the Holy Spirit flows, it seeks to set people free from their mental boxes, and thus it must challenge their standard for what is normal.
I was born in Denver, Colorado on May 31, 1951. The firstborn of a family of three sisters. My family having been part of the membership of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints on both sides of the family, my Father David Earnest Farrell, and my Mother Ruby Ruth Wilcox.
On the night of January 20, 2019 I was visited by Mother Mary; she explained to her reason for choosing to appear to me.