What do Mormons Believe About God?

What do Mormons believe about God?

Many of life’s fundamental questions are centered on the nature of God. Does He exist? Is He aware of us? What can He help us accomplish?
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Many of life’s fundamental questions are centered on the nature of God. Does He exist? Is He aware of us? What can He help us accomplish?

Mormons—properly referred to as Latter-day Saints or members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—believe that God does exist, that He is the literal Father of the spirits of all humanity, and that He loves us unconditionally.

All people, male and female, are created in the image of God. He has a body of flesh and bone as we do, although His is immortal. God is a separate and distinct being from His Son, Jesus Christ, and from the Holy Ghost, though all three work together with common purpose. God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving. His greatest desire is for all His children to return to live with Him again.

 

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