So that Sunday, my wife and I listened alongside millions of Latter-day Saints around the world while an apostle of the Lord told everyone about the time I almost burned the Book of Mormon I’d been given by one of my closest high school friends......and how God held me back. This is more of that story.
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The Cobán Guatemala and Okinawa Japan Temples were announced in 2019 by President Nelson.
On Monday, May 25, 14 temples — including the first four in Australia as well as others in Canada, Japan and the Netherlands and in seven locations in the United States — were announced for Phase 1 reopening on Monday, June 1.
In this episode I interview Dr. Julie Hanks, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, author, and assistant professor at Utah Valley University on the topic of helping betrayed women become more assertive with their needs.
He said it has been amazing to see the leaders of the Church, “packed with full confidence that the Savior will get us through this. And the only concern is, ‘Are we going to learn what we need to learn?’”
When we delve into the origin of the words inequality and iniquity we discover that they are based on the same word. The words inequality and iniquity are simple variants of the same word. Why does this matter for understanding the Book of Mormon? And why are these two words so heavily concentrated in Mosiah 29-Alma 4?
"Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the need to limit public gatherings, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints determined a traditional groundbreaking for the Layton Utah Temple, with invited guests, was not prudent."