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Week Two: My Divine Identity #PersonalProgressChallenge

 

Despite a crazy and forgetful week, I’m excited and ready to face week two of the Personal Progress Challenge. The emphasis is “My Divine Identity.”

 

 

A quick glance at this week:

START & FINISH:

Divine Nature #1

Individual Worth #1

Individual Worth #2

 

START:

Divine Nature #2

 

CONTINUE:

Faith #1

Faith #4

Faith #7

Choice and Accountability #7

 

VIRTUE PROJECT:

Read 1 Nephi 18-2 Nephi 19

 

JOURNAL PROMPTS:

How does knowledge that I am a daughter of Heavenly Parents change my actions?

Why is it important for me to develop divine attributes?

What can I do to learn what God wants me to do?

How do the covenants I’ve made help me understand God’s plan for me?

What can I learn from the scriptures about my divine destiny?

 

SOCIAL MEDIA CHALLENGE

CHALLENGE 1:

Share your favorite quote or scripture you read from Divine Nature #2 on social media with the hashtag #PersonalProgressChallenge

 

CHALLENGE 2:

Share a picture of yourself with your testimony of your divine nature! #PersonalProgressChallenge

 

ONGOING CHALLENGE:

Share something you learned from your Book of Mormon reading with the hashtag #PersonalProgressChallenge

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