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  • Carrie Higginbotham

    CES Devotionals: Dieter F. Uchtdorf "What is Truth" January 2013

  • Alan Hedquist

    “We continually seek truth from all good books and other wholesome sources. The Prophet Joseph Smith taught that ‘The first and fundamental principle of our holy religion is, that we believe that we have a right to embrace all, and every item of truth, without limitation.’ We seek for truth wherever we may find it.” –Dieter F. Uchtdorf http://youtu.be/sgRR9WZPp5c; http://www.lds.org/broadcasts/article/ces-devotionals/2013/01/what-is-truth?lang=eng

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    A website, organized by speaker, showing LDS quotes on cute backgrounds.

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