Ron Scott wrote:
Finally, recall that Christ's unconditional love for us -- his grace --
guarantees all of us eternal life. What kind of eternal life we are given
depends on His assessment of our faithfulness.

I hope this is clearer than the earlier post.

It is clearer, Ron. I agree that we agree. <very broad grin> However I have a nit to pick with your language in the above paragraph. "Eternal life" is only for those who marry in the temple and afterwards keep their covenants. Immortality, on the other hand, is what we are all guaranteed because of Christ's atonement. Eternal life is more than immortality. Immortality is merely rising from the dead to never die again. Eternal life is to live forever in an eternal family unit.

Of course, you probably already knew that, but I didn't want anyone confused because we didn't define our terms.

"The study of the doctrines of the Gospel will improve
behavior quicker than a study of behavior will improve
behavior." --Boyd K. Packer
All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR

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