I’m saying, spiritual adultery is always a result of distance, always a result of a lack of intimacy between two lovers. Unfaithfulness often follows.
Sometimes We justify our dislike for others by saying things like ” but they’re sport-stars (they play for the opposite team etc)” or “they’re celebrities, I don’t know them personally so…” The fact is that when we start to justify our displeasure for others, we are beginning to loose sight of the Celestial love of Christ, that we should all be aiming to have in our hearts at all times.
Revelation given to Douglas Hatten June 7, 2020. In preface to this revelation, Brother Hatten has stated: “Knowing well that this word applies to myself, I beg your forgiveness for any part of this that may have been contaminated by my own thoughts. I tried my best to relay what was given to me, though putting into words some of the understanding that was transferred to me in an instant, with that perfect language of heaven, can be a challenge.”
“God, the Eternal Creator, weeps for the poor, displaced, mistreated, and diseased of the world because of their unnecessary suffering. Such conditions are not God’s will. Open your ears to hear the pleading of mothers and fathers in all nations who desperately seek a future of hope for their children. Do not turn away from them. For in their welfare resides your welfare.” —Community of Christ Doctrine and Covenants 163:4a Fear has no place in worship, and only succeeds in…