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  • Donna Whitney

    Jesus with Nephite Children - from LDS.org images (artist not listed)

  • Alicia Megehee

    Come Follow Me Youth Sunday School Lesson Helps; a blog with lots of ideas for teaching the Youth Sunday School, Young Women, and Young Mens Come Follow Me curriculum

  • Manik Biswas

    Christ Blessing the Nephite Children, by Ted Henninger. JESUS LOVES CHILDREN.

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    23 Beautiful Pictures of Jesus Christ

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