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If a man worships a cow or a crocodile, he can gain any reward that cows and crocodiles happen to be passing out this season.
If he worships the laws of the universe or the forces of nature, no doubt the earth will continue to spin, the sun to shine, and the rains to fall on the just and on the unjust.
But if he worships the true and living God, in spirit and in truth, then God Almighty will pour out his Spirit upon him, and he will have power to raise the dead, move mountains, entertain angels, and walk in celestial streets. - Bruce R. McConkie, "How to Worship," Ensign (CR) November 1971
It is not too late to yield to Lincoln's appeal "to humble ourselves before the offended power, to confess our national sins, and to pray for clemency and forgiveness." And with the noble Washington, tender "homage to the Great Author of every public and private good.” - Stephen L Richards, "The Church in War and Peace," p. 96
To worship the Lord is to walk in the Spirit, to rise above carnal things, to bridle our passions, and to overcome the world. - Bruce R. McConkie, “How to Worship,” Ensign (CR), December 1971, p.129
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