Spirituality is philosophical; it demands thought. But it is patient and allows us to develop, grow and increase in knowledge at a personal pace. Because of this eternal state of development, it can feel contradictory to teach obedience, because obedience invokes a sense of being very finite. That is to say, we are tempted to discuss obedience in black and white terms wherein we think that an action is either obedient or not obedient. And if the action is disobedient, then it is always wrong. But can this be right? Is disobedience always wrong?
Chapter 35: Obedience (please note: This lesson plan was a joint effort and could not have been completed without EmilyCC.)
Comments and feedback can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
STAY IN THE LOOP ON ALL THINGS MORMON.
Daily news, articles & videos right to your inbox.