Re:An LDS definiton question
- Thank you very much for your help. As each explanation or thought
comes across my email box, I understand more and more.
Thanks again to all.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ewema99" <ewema99@...>
> Hi Marsha -
> I am LDS. I know it may seem disturbing for some people to think we
> are sealing our non-Mormon relatives together for the eternities.
> it isn't that at all. We are providing the ordinance and thenot.
> relatives have the CHOICE to decide if they want to accept it or
> God gave us all our free agency and we as LDS value that highly -we
> would never take that away from our relatives (nobody even has thatdon't
> power to take it away.)
> It's an offer we make - they can accept it or not.
> I've provided the ordinance for some of my own relatives that I am
> pretty sure won't accept it. But how do I know for 100% sure? I
> want to get to the other side and have them upset because I didn'tdo
> the work while I had a chance. People change. We LDS beleive that500
> this life is just a part of our eternal progression...maybe our
> relatives didn't like each other here and NOW, but will want to be
> together eventally....we beleive that ordinance work has to be done
> IN CASE they want to ever accept it.
> Hope this helps you understand. Feel free to ask any more questions.
> --- In email@example.com, "galaxyofchoices"
> <bakerhen@> wrote:
> > Hi Diane,
> > I'm the person who asked this question and it is on one of my
> > ancestors information and I don't understand why when there is
> > years difference. How could the person in 1945 known what theeach
> > ancestors would have wanted, it's not like they called them up.
> > seen this other places as well.
> > I know what you mean about some people not wanting to be near
> > other in the afterlife. lol......______________________________________________________________________
> > Marsha
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Dianne Planeta
> > <littledi1030@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I have seen this on some of my family also who were
> > > not Morman. Why would this be done on non-Morman
> > > families. Just curious, I know some people who
> > > wouldn't want to be any where near each other in the
> > > after life. LOL
> > >
> > >
> > >
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