Excerpt from The Messenger, Vol. 2: Jan. 6, 1909
Many things which he taught us to do did not come in the way of direct command, but are binding upon us his followers. You who have come up here, my brethren and sisters, have faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. This was the way that He taught us, that we should believe in our Eternal Father, that we should recognize Christ as His Son, the Savior of the world. Your presence here this afternoon is a witness that you have this faith; consequently, thus far, you are in the way ofthe Lord. This faith brings hope, and hopeis manifest in your lives, in your obedience to the principles of the Gospel. He told us that after faith, after hope in the mercy of God our Eternal Father, repentance is necessary upon our part.
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