Few members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have had such remarkable understanding of the gospel as did George Q. Cannon, apostle, counselor in the First Presidency, writer, editor, missionary, and gifted speaker.
In all his writings and sermons, President Cannon emphasized the need for correct understanding and adherence to gospel principles. He wrote: "Too great a value cannot be placed upon the possession of truth. It is indeed beyond estimate. . . . The great strength of the latter-day work in which we are engaged is found in its truth. This constitutes its great power and makes it all powerful."
In Gospel Truth, you will find new insights into and clear expositions of basic principles, each explained in depth and yet so plainly and clearly that the newest convert as well as the most learned scholar can learn and benefit. These truths are arranged topically, providing an excellent resource for lesson preparation, speaking assignments, and individual study.
Among the subjects in this volume (formerly published as two volumes) are these: the preexistence, the Fall and Atonement, death and resurrection, the last days, the priesthood and its offices and functions, revelation, testimony, obedience, temptations and trials, true and false religion, salvation for the dead, fasting, prayer, the Word of Wisdom, tithing, apostasy, family responsibilities, temporal affairs, and constitutional government.
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