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1 Corinthians 1-14

Ocassionally I get a comment or email from a teacher lamenting that I’m behind them on the lesson schedule.  It may be rough for the three or four people that read this blog, but for me, it’s fantastic.  I get to see everyone else’s ideas before I need to give my lesson. But last year and this, I start to catch up with other teachers in March — just in…
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1 Corinthians 1-2, A Voice Of Warning: It’S All Greek To Me!

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/1-corinthians-1-2-a-voice-of-warning-its-all-greek-to-me/ What did it mean if someone called you a Corinthian? Corinth of Paul’s time was not the ancient Greek city but rather a Roman colony founded by decree of Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. on the ancient site, which had lain virtually desolate for more than a century. Its new population initially consisted of freedmen […]

The Gift of Exaltation

Rachel L. shared this handout and says: “This handout was made based on Young Women’s manual 2, Lesson 29: Exaltation. It is titled “The Gift of Exaltation” and includes an image of a wrapped gift with two scriptures from the lesson, which are D&C 14:7 and 1 Corinthians 2:9. Six handouts per page. Available in DOC or PDF. Prints beautifully on glossy photo paper.” Thanks, Rachel!

We come unto Christ by repenting when we make a mistake

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Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf has taught us we can come to Jesus Christ by repenting when we make a mistake: “Because of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, we need not fear, for we will live forever, never to taste of death again.23 Because of His infinite Atonement, we can be cleansed of sin and stand pure and holy before the judgment bar. The Savior is the Author of our Salvation….
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