The Plan of Salvation has always been a rather common thing in my mind, just another one of those Mormon Sunday school topics that so often gets glossed over and trivialized. But recently, as I’ve reconsidered the importance of the Plan of Salvation, and reflected on the temple experience, I’ve come to appreciate it for much more than just some simple sequence of events. The Plan of Salvation is the architecture of our existence. It’s the substructure underlying all that we do, outlining our path back to the Father.
The Plan of Salvation presents to us the sweeping panorama of Gods purpose and eternal love. The more I’ve considered it, the more I believe that in nothing is the love of God more plainly manifest than in the Plan of Salvation.
On a side note, nowhere is the Plan of Salvation more clearly and beautifully presented then in the temple (read that post here).
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