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    Great article and teaching ideas about keeping the Sabbath Day holy!

    Talk by Elder D. Todd Christofferson: "How to Study the Book of Mormon." Particularly interesting to me were the details about: LDS Scripture Citation Index (scriptures.byu.edu) and General Conference Topics Index (conference.lds.org), another resource to help you connect scripture study with the words of living prophets.

    We are fast approaching that moment prophesied by Joseph Smith facebook.com/... when he said: “Even this nation will be on the very verge of crumbling to pieces and tumbling to the ground...” From President Benson’s pinterest.com/... Oct. 1987 facebook.com/... message 'Our Divine Constitution' lds.org/...

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    FIVE tips to make scripture study more effective from Elder Bednar. 1: Pray for understanding, and invite the help of the Holy Ghost. 2: Work. 3: Be consistent. 4: Ponder. 5: Write down impressions, thoughts, and feelings.

    LDS women who see this pin. This devotional is life changing. You'll never view the 121-122 section of D inthe same way. Testimony builder. Lessons from Liberty Jail - Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Sep 7, 2008 Video (44:25)

    What happened one morning in a grove with a humble prayer of faith changed the world. Let it change your life! pinterest.com/... The Prophet Joseph Smith's facebook.com/... first vision josephsmith.net/... and remarkable life has significantly impacted the human family, but what has it meant for you personally? Learn more lds.org/... and #passiton.

    Yes! Some Christians twist God's Word to what they think the right way to live is and it can be false. If you are missing something in your life that nothing you do seems to fill try calling out to Jesus and ask Him for help. He is waiting on you to open your heart to Him. He wants you and loves you so much that He was crucified on the cross bearing every man in the world's sin so you could be free from sin if you, with all of your heart, accepted Jesus as your Saviour and trust in Him always.

    Jeffrey R. Holland

    Chieko Okazaki atonement quote- probably the most profound explanation of what Christ did for each of us- individually- no matter our circumstances.

    No one has failed who keeps trying and keeps praying Elder Holland

    "Who said it?" The quiz. How well do you know P' Uchtdorf? How well do you think you know Dumbledore?

    Highlight: Are We Not All Beggars? I love this Man and more than that his message!!!

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    "Not all angels are from the other side of the veil. Some of them we walk with and talk with– here, now, every day." –Jeffrey R. Holland

    VIDEO : Jeffrey R Holland's powerful witness of the veracity of The Book of Mormon. "Safety for the Soul" Holland is one of the twelve apostles of The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-Day Saints October 2009 General Conference #LDS #Mormon #bookofmormon

    “There is so much more in the Book of Mormon than we have yet discovered… further qualifying it as ‘a marvelous work and a wonder’ (Isaiah 29:14). Yet we… sometimes behave like hurried tourists, scarcely venturing beyond the entry hall. … May we go inside, far enough to hear clearly the whispered truths… which will awaken in us a life of discipleship as never before.” –Neal A. Maxwell

    "Applying five principles to your scripture study can help you not only learn more about the Savior but also become more like Him." Elder David A. Bednar

    At the Vatican, President Eyring says family proclamation key to 'renaissance of happy marriages' | Deseret News

    A beautiful article about the REAL meaning of Christmas. Brought tears to my eyes. "Frosty and Rudolph—and all would be welcome. But first and forever there was just a little family, without toys or trees or tinsel. With a baby—that’s how Christmas began."

    If we remove ourselves from the light of the gospel, our own light begins to dim—not in a day or a week but gradually over time—until we look back and can’t quite understand why we had ever believed the gospel was true. - Dieter F. Uchtdorf