True to the Faith A gospel reference book

  • Title: True to the Faith
  • Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • A gospel reference book.

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    566 thoughts on “True to the Faith”

    1. I haven't read this cover to cover, but holy cow, it is packed full of awesome information. I use this on every YW lesson I have now, it's like the Cliff Notes version of the gospel. Great companion to the scriptures. Just perfect!

    2. When I was a young LDS girl we had an excellent mutual program in the church that I loved, but we did not have the incredible YW Personal Progress Program that is now used. Therefore, I decided I would do it now--even though I will be turning 70!!! this month. I chose faith as my first value to work on. One of the assignments was to read about faith in this book, True to the Faith. I ended up reading the whole book as I was learning so much! I highly recommend it to EVERY Latter-Day-Saint and to [...]

    3. I was just reading this, in the section about abuse I have felt abused by those in authority in my religion. I have been falsely accused by some. I have confessed the ill treatment, and yet my testimony means nothing to my local church leaders. I have found peace in knowing what my church actually teaching about abuse, even if none of those leaders choose to see it or even care the harm that was done to me. I know God sees. I know God knows. I know God loves.

    4. Not perfect (conforms to the bizarre Mormon confusion of "free" = "without price" when discussing free will and agency, for instance), but a wonderful book and more than an able replacement for the woefully out-of-date and incorrect Mormon Doctrine.

    5. True to the Faith is a dictionary. For the gospel. Look up all the commandments and standards of the church. What more could you want?

    6. Our Stake President gave us a challenge in the Spring Stake Conference in 2009 to read this before the November Stake Conference. I almost made it but not quite, however I kept reading since I was so close. Ammon and I would read a passage, the additional scriptures, and then would find a past Ensign article that was related. I learned a lot! The gospel is so sweet, clear, organized, simple yet profound, and beautiful. I'm glad that I took the challenge even though it took me just a little bit l [...]

    7. What a wonderful review this was of all the beautiful doctrines of the gospel of Jesus Christ as taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I felt uplifted and a spirit of peace as I read the truths that I already believe. This book laid out in clear fashion all of the teachings that I hold dear; I was able to clearly see how it all fits in the plan of salvation. My testimony of these truths has been strengthened and I love them more.As I have worked with the Young Women of our w [...]

    8. It is always difficult to switch between fiction then reference material on a constant basis. That and the fact I've been extremely busy has also slowed me down on all my reading. Anyway the majority of principles and teachings were covered by previous reads so it was a review for me. And occasionally I would come across an entry that was more elaborated on so it did keep me on my toes. There were also times when the book took me on a wild ride whether reprimanding, teaching or reminding me of J [...]

    9. This is a great book and resource for scripture and gospel study by topic. I love the simple explanations of doctrines and teachings of the gospel. There are many wonderful and important truths taught directly and powerfully. I especially love the explanations of the Atonement, faith, gratitude, the Holy Ghost, hope, prayer, repentance, and revelation. Not that I have any favorite gospel principles, but I thought that these were explained well. I am grateful for the knowledge of all of these pri [...]

    10. An excellent reference for every member of the Church. While some of the items are worded exactly the same as the “For Strength of Youth” pamphlet, they usually go into more detail. This book provides a perfect starting point for talk and lesson research and can answer many personal questions as well. If you need a copy, talk to your bishop and he will be able to get you one, or order it from lds.

    11. Wish I would have read this years ago. We were challenged by our Stake President to read the Book of Mormon before our Nauvoo trip last year as a stake staff and youth for it. If we finished early to read this as well. I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT!! It was so insightful and helpful to me and my copy is all highlighted with this and that as well as corresponding scriptures that go with each section.

    12. So, I found this at a yard sale for 25 cents and picked it up. What a great addition to our Gospel collection! It's a little bit like the topical guide in the scriptures, but with more modern life added in (like the topic of birth control). I feel like I have learned from reading it and felt my testimony of true principles grow.

    13. It's hard to give a church book less than 5 stars and feel good about yourself. This was a good typical guide and probably more about the LDS faith than A Marvelous Work and a Wonder was about proving the Catholics wrong. It's not one I plan to sit down and read again anytime soon but a well composed reference book. It was worth my time so I'd recommend it.

    14. This is an incredible resource! It's an A-Z quick reference for gospel topics. The discussions of topics are incredibly clear and concise. It's a great teaching tool, and ready reference, not to mention awesome resource for talks and lessons. This is one everyone needs to read and have very accessible.

    15. This is an incredible study guide and a definite must-read for anyone wanting to understand the gospel of Jesus Christ better. This came out after I served my mission, so I wasn’t lucky enough to use it during my service, but I read it after it came out and fell in love with it. I’m super jealous of missionaries who get to use this!

    16. This is a teaching manual for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or the Mormons/LDS. It answers gospel questions and spells out gospel facts simply and efficiently. This is for any teacher of the faith.

    17. This book is designed as a companion to studying the scriptures and teachings of latter-day prophets. It is a good resource when you prepare talks, teach classes, and answer questions about the Church.

    18. I first read this in 2006, and have been going back again and again for reference and insight. An excellent guide to topics of doctrine and of church organization, this book is both instructive and inspirational.

    19. I love lexicon-style reference books like this one. If ever I have a question about a gospel-related term, this is one of my first references. For example, there is an entry for "Laying on of Hands." That is a misleading name for a concept and is nice to have a succinct explanation.

    20. I thought it was very speratual. I whould recomend this book to LDS people only. it gets more boring at the end, I finished the book last night, and there was alot that had "go see" this or that. If you are interesed in books for the moron relighon that is one of the books.

    21. Excellent source of gospel information to those of you who are LDS (mormon). This book goes through difference pieces of gospel info and describes it to you and gives you detail about what each topic is/means.I totally recommend it to LDS members if you haven't done so already!

    22. This is just a dictionary that helped me understand LDS vernacular. Probably a good starting point for someone that wanted a quick, easy to understand guide to what Mormons mean by some of their more common phrases.

    23. I loved this little reference book. There were some profound insights I gained about church doctrines. I will use this a lot more now. We had some great family discussions while reading it.

    24. Great little book for supplementing scripture study! I just love reading it when pondering on different gospel topics.

    25. This book is an amazing tool for looking up church doctrines and beliefs, it's been very helpful to me.I am 14, and highly recommend this book!

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