Tearing Down the Walls of Unbelief

One reason the Saints do not experience Zion is a lack of honor given to the gifts of each one. Because we reject the riches of insight, experience, gifts in some, we find it impossible to be of one heart and mind.

Some of this issue looks at ways of honoring the gifts of elements of the Restoration not of our tradition. The principles which allow these experiences to be successful suggest ways we can achieve a more harmonious relationship within our own tradition.

Anything that hinders the progress of Zion is contrary to the will of God. Nevertheless, goodwill efforts for Zion may stumble, fall short or fail. This is not rebellion and not necessarily sin. Yet how often is something condemned without considering intent? Ministry and moves toward reconciliation seem more appropriate than accusation and rejection.

If God can remember that we are but dust and shows mercy to those who fear him (Psalm 103:13-18), perhaps his children could remember that about each other and show mercy to one another.

The word beautiful ought to fit all we do and how we interact with and react to each other. This would be a huge step toward Zion…

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