One Precious Pearl: Gods Design for His Church
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Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. One Precious Pearl provides a clear interpretation of one of the least understood and rarely taught New Testament parables, followed by fascinating analogies which teach profound truth in simple language. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Like prophets of old, prophets today wait on the Lord, seek His will, and testify of Jesus Christ. These letters and journals record and share some of the divine direction that modern prophets have received. For members of the Church, from the first six in New York in to the millions in countries around the world today, local congregations provide opportunities for discipleship, fellowship, and service.
Today, modern scripture, the words of modern prophets, and the organization of the Church spread across the earth as we translate the Book of Mormon into additional languages, gather scattered Israel through missionary work, care for the poor and needy, and build temples where sacred ordinances are performed.
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You Are More Precious Than Diamonds
Job was a diamond harder than flint against the onslaught of Satan. Stephen was a ruby with his blood shed for the name of the Lord.
Ruth was aquamarine — just as pure and true as could possibly be. Paul was a pure quartz crystal , as practical as he was beautiful. God delights in His jewels , glistering, shining, glorifying the Creator. And one natural tendency of owning precious jewels is desire to protect them. The Crown Jewels of the British Empire, are one of the largest collections of wealth in the Western world.
No expense has been spared to insure absolute safety those little bobbles and trinkets. Iron rail, special windows, a variety of electronic devices, and human guards are on constant duty.
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Visitors to the Tower of London viewing part of that treasure, are never allowed to linger — they are forced to be constantly moving. The British Government will go no ends protect that fabulous wealth. Similarly, God will not permit the loss of a single gem in His collection.
He will not allow the least of His saints to fall to the wayside or to be stolen by the Devil. He who numbers the hairs of our head and watches the sparrow will not forget to protect His child. What has God done to secure our safety? The Book of Job teaches that nothing can touch the body of the saint if not permitted by the Lord. Christ is our good shepherd , and yea though we walk through the valley of the shadow of death, the Lord is there to comfort and protect.
What a blessing there is in knowing that we are His workmanship and jewels in His crown. Another tendency in owning jewelry is pride and desire to display them. There is just something about jewelry which dictates wearing it or exhibiting it.
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Only eccentrics and criminals collect master pieces and expensive jewels to hide them from the public. And the Lord is no different when comes to the holy, divine pride of His workmanship. According to Ephesians , His believers are constantly on display. But what would God actually say about us concerning the last twenty-four hours, or the next sixteen? If I went out into the parking lot and picked up some stones, would you buy them from me?
I used to live in a town were some of the streets were made of stone — what makes a gem different? One thing that has bearing on value is the rarity of the item in question.