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September 24, 2020

Hearing and Heeding the Spirit’s Voice

Because we don’t completely comprehend God and His methods of loving us, we don’t always perceive His private instruction. When we tune in to the Spirit’s Voice, we will hear declarations of support, tenderness, knowledge, and even warning. Are we listening? Are we heeding?

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Are You Excited to Repent?

When was the last time you felt thrilled about repenting?

Come, Follow Me for Sunday School: “Behold, My Joy is Full”, 3 Nephi 17-19

The power of these chapters to help us hear Him depends not on what we do by reading them, but upon what we do once we’ve finished reading them. If we rush off without a second thought, they will wither—forgotten in shallow ground. But if we take a moment to ponder, ask, listen, or just send a text to someone about them, the words of these chapters can change us like they changed the Nephites.

What Does It Mean to Be Perfect?

When Jesus appeared to the people at Bountiful, he taught them things that were similar to what He said in His Sermon on the Mount in the New Testament. However, the temple context of 3 Nephi, as well as some significant differences in wording, bring the inspiring words of Jesus more fully to light.



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Breaking News

Are You Excited to Repent?

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Come, Follow Me for Sunday School: “Behold, My Joy is Full”, 3 Nephi 17-19

The power of these chapters to help us hear Him depends not on what we do by reading them, but upon what we do once we’ve finished reading them. If we rush off without a second thought, they will wither—forgotten in shallow ground. But if we take a moment to ponder, ask, listen, or just send a text to someone about them, the words of these chapters can change us like they changed the Nephites.

What Does It Mean to Be Perfect?

When Jesus appeared to the people at Bountiful, he taught them things that were similar to what He said in His Sermon on the Mount in the New Testament. However, the temple context of 3 Nephi, as well as some significant differences in wording, bring the inspiring words of Jesus more fully to light.

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