Faith in God is necessary for us to develop. God extends His kingdom by His faith. Therefore, as we develop faith we are developing a characteristic that is godlike in its form and function. He knows we are unable to have faith in ourselves right now. Therefore, it is required for us to have faith in Him. Indeed at this stage of development it is necessary for us to concentrate all faith in Him because this whole creation belongs to Him. We are not self-existent yet. Our organization and continuation is dependent upon Him. (See Mosiah 2: 20-25.)
Christ is our great example, and in this He showed the way as well. While here, mortal, and before finishing the course, He declared: "I can of my own self do nothing." (John 5: 30.) When resurrected, however, He declared "all power is given unto me in earth and in heaven." (Matt. 28: 18.)
The rules of Celestial glory are the rules of the Temple. Obedience, sacrifice, Gospel, chastity and consecration are all the hallmarks of citizenship there. This is why peace, order, kindness and love prevail in that society. There is nothing to harm, threaten or break up families.
Why would an answer to a deep doctrinal question help someone who is not prepared to live in conformity with the Celestial standards? And contrariwise, if they live Celestial standards, how can you keep them from understanding the doctrine? (John 7: 17.)
Process is everything. A mere answer will not fill the empty soul. Those who have read my books should understand this. This blog is for them. Those who do not have a doctrinal basis to understand what is going on here will not be satisfied by this blog. It is not meant as a substitute for understanding what I've written. It is only a supplement to it.
That does not mean that you must read what I've written to understand the Gospel. There are many ways to obtain that understanding, the primary one being to study the scriptures. In my opinion the quality of what we teach now is so diluted, so basic and simplistic. It leaves by the wayside so much of what the Prophet Joseph Smith taught that you either have to read early church materials or else read what I've gathered (based primarily on the scriptures and secondarily on what Joseph Smith taught). If you have been a Latter-day Saint for longer than about 4 years, today's curriculum, in my view, is not adequate to inform you about the obligations devolving upon you as a disciple of Christ.
I labor to teach process. I want you independent of me and every other teacher, able to get answers for yourself directly from heaven itself. I want to avoid today what Joseph cautioned us against in Nauvoo: "[I]f the people departed from the Lord, they must fall - that they were depending on the Prophet, hence were darkened in their minds, in consequence of neglecting the duties devolving on themselves[.]" (TPJS p. 237.) Joseph did NOT want you dependent upon him for answers. He wanted to teach you correct principles and let you govern yourself.
Any man who tries to put himself between you and heaven, claiming that he alone should be the source of your religious beliefs and education, is practicing priestcraft and will in the end lead both himself and you to damnation.