President Thomas S. Monson reminds us of this truth in a new Mormon Messages video entitled, “Until We Meet Again” — where he shares a tender story about a woman who lost a son at war and wondered if her son would live again.
It’s a great comfort to know that because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, we will all live again. The reality of the resurrection is a foundational doctrine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
I home teach a widow that just lost her sister. What scripter can I read to her to give her comfort to know she will see her again??
Don, I asked some LDS women for their input, and here were some suggestions:
Alma 11 about resurrection, and D&C 138 about Spirit World
Elder Wirthlin’s talk, Sunday Will Come:
The George Albert Smith manual chapter on immortality. (A friend and I were talking about a recent death of a young mother and my friend commented on how this lesson helped her regain some perspective about what feels like a tragedy on our end, for those of us still here in mortality dealing with the loss.)
Thank you for sharing this message. I’m teaching a lesson on Sunday to the Priests in our ward and the topic is “How do I feel when someone I care about dies.” I’ll be sharing this message along with several others including my own personal experiences when my grandfather, an important figure in my life, passed away.
My name is Kelley Bracken.
I’ve been a faithful member for 38 years and in that time I’ve buried a wife and
2 children!!!!!(don’t weep for me) Christ is the power!!!!! The church is the
vehicle(or the good ship zion.)Keep your covenants;read your Book of Mormon and
The Ensign magazine more than anything else!!!!! Christ is our king and He
N-E-V-E-R FAILS you!!!!!