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D&C 113-120

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So this was the easiest lesson I’ve prepared all year.  I used to have easy ones like this all the time when I was teaching Seminary, but this is the first time that it’s come so easily for one of these multi-chapter weekly lessons. I have been recording the Joseph Smith Papers documentary videos off […]

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At the Ohio Ideas

By Shauna Hostetler Shauna Hostetler : Ideas for teaching the mini lessons from the #attheOhio lesson? 1 (2 hours ago) Donna Jean Young : I did a power point with pictures of youth, the Savior and Ohio. It was awesome. (2 hours ago) Debbie Lamalie Allen : I used that day to show the first half of the movie about Joseph Smith. Will add other information as we study the…
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The temple is the house of God

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We ask thee, O Lord, to accept of this house, the workmanship of the hands of us, thy servants (D&C 109:4). In Kirtland, Ohio, in 1836, Joseph Smith dedicated the first latter-day temple so that “the Son of Man might have a place to manifest himself to his people” (D&C 109:5). Work had begun on the temple on June 5, 1833. For the next three years the Saints endured many…
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