President Nelson and Sister Wendy W. Nelson recently shared their feelings of reverence and gratitude for the holy sacrament. They describe their personal experience in partaking of the sacrament in their home during the COVID-19 pandemic and give advice to those who desire to partake of the sacrament but have not been able to do so.
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Alma the Younger faced multiple challenges as the first chief judge of the Nephite people. All alone, without counselors or legislative committees, he had to figure out how their new form of government should work. There were no administrative handbooks or precedents.
What is more important than holding and using the very power of God, and in that context, what could be a more powerful magnet to Family Revelation?
This sounds like a COVID-19 warning, of a coming season’s danger yet ahead of us. But the “awful situation” the Book of Mormon refers to is far worse, yet, perhaps encompasses the suspicions we have all had in the face of our current crises.
With limited testing capacity and asymptomatic infections, establishing infection rates of COVID-19 has been nearly impossible for health officials in Utah. The Utah Department of Environmental Quality, along with researchers from across the state — including a group at BYU — are taking extreme measures in hopes of tracking down the elusive answer.