Angel Children: Doctrinal Perspectives on the Salvation of Little Children

Angel Children is a compassionate book that shows how effective prayer, faith and healing, priesthood administration, and knowing of God’s love for little children can offer comfort in a time of sorrow after the loss of a little child. “And their little children need no repentance, neither baptism . . . . for behold that all little children are alive in Christ, and also all they that are without the law.” The gospel teaches that little children who have died without baptism will be reunited with their parents in the eternities. Angel Children presents a careful examination of the teachings and doctrine regarding the status of children who pass away before baptism, as well as those on this earth who, because of mental or physical limitations, are not held accountable for their actions.

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    by Mary V. Hill

    Topics: Angel Children Those Who Die Before Accountability, Repentance, Baptism, Alive in Christ, Without Law, Reunited with Parents, Mental or Physical Limitations, Not Accountable, God’s Love, Faith, Healing

    Angel Children is a compassionate book that shows how effective prayer, faith and healing, priesthood administration, and knowing of God’s love for little children can offer comfort in a time of sorrow due to the death of a little child. By combining scriptures with the words of modern prophets, Mary Hill offers all parents the reassurance that after much tribulation come the promised blessings. “And their little children need no repentance, neither baptism . . . . for behold that all little children are alive in Christ, and also all they that are without the law.” These words from the Book of Mormon prophet Moroni have brought comfort to mourning mothers for generations. The gospel teaches that little children who have died without baptism will be reunited with their parents in the eternities. Mary V. Hill knows the truth of this doctrine all too well. After losing her own child, Mary was inspired to reach out to other grieving parents. In Angel Children she presents a careful examination of the teachings and doctrine regarding the status of children who pass away before baptism, as well as those on this earth who, because of mental or physical limitations, are not held accountable for their actions.

     

    Chapter titles are:

    1. The Realization Comes Slowly
    2. Facing the Challenge a Struggle
    3. Beyond the Grave
    4.  Retarded Children
    5. Overcoming the Challenge

    5.5″ x 8.5″, paperback

    90 pages

     

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