There are 2 thoughts on ““The Messenger of Salvation”: The Messenger-Message Christology of D&C 93:8 and Its Implications for Latter-day Saint Missionary Work and Temple Worship”.

  1. Thank you for your insights. If we understand the obligations and opportunities of parents to teach their children of Jesus Christ as part of the covenantal obligation to proclaim Him and His Gospel, the import of what you write here seems to increase even more so, yes? Again thank you for a wonderful article.

    • Aloha Brett,

      That’s a great point! In fact, D&C 93:39-50, part of the same revelation as one of the primary texts under discussion here, contains the Lord’s correction and instruction to early church leaders regarding those parental opportunities to teach their children and bring them up in light and truth. That is certainly the most important “work” as “messengers” that we will ever do in mortality.

      Mahalo nui!

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