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The following was written by Jasmine Turner for MormonHub. To read the full article, CLICK HERE. 

Honor.

It’s a concept we often relate to the military. As in code of honor or medal of honor.

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It’s a concept we might connect to the Ten Commandments. As in “Honor your father and your mother.”

It’s also a concept that could totally change the way we share the gospel with others.

As we enter into conversations about religion, it is imperative that we do so with a mindset of honor towards the person with whom we are talking. Honor allows us to come from a place of love and compassion. When we have a discussion in this type of setting, it is much easier for the Holy Ghost to be present and do the real teaching.

Here are three ways we can honor our friends and family as we share the gospel with them:

1. We can honor their status as a child of God.

After all, we are all brothers and sisters with the seed of divinity within us.

Joseph Smith once said, ““While one portion of the human race is judging and condemning the other without mercy, the Great Parent of the Universe looks upon the whole of the human family with a fatherly care and paternal regard; he views them as his offspring.”

We can do the same.

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