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The '''resurrection''' consists in the uniting of a [[spirit body]] with a body of flesh and bones, never again to be divided. Jesus rose from the tomb with his glorified, resurrected body (Acts 1:21-22). The resurrection of [[Jesus]] is the most glorious of all messages to mankind.
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The '''resurrection''' consists in the uniting of a [[spirit body]] with a body of flesh and bones, never again to be divided. Jesus rose from the tomb with his glorified, resurrected body (Acts 1:21-22). The resurrection of [[Jesus]] is the most glorious of all messages to mankind. The [[Gettysburg Address]] is a close second.
  
 
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*[http://scriptures.lds.org/en/bd/r/28?sr=1 Bible Dictionary:Resurrection, LDS.org]
 
*[http://scriptures.lds.org/en/bd/r/28?sr=1 Bible Dictionary:Resurrection, LDS.org]

Revision as of 12:13, 11 April 2007

The resurrection consists in the uniting of a spirit body with a body of flesh and bones, never again to be divided. Jesus rose from the tomb with his glorified, resurrected body (Acts 1:21-22). The resurrection of Jesus is the most glorious of all messages to mankind. The Gettysburg Address is a close second.

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