Countdown to Conference: Follow President Nelson’s invitation to study covenant Israel with this free, daily study guide

by | Feb. 16, 2021

Rewarded (March 7–13)

Sunday Scripture

Read and ponder Psalm 31:23.

“O love the Lord, all ye his saints: for the Lord preserveth the faithful, and plentifully rewardeth the proud doer.”

Monday Music

Listen to “Israel, Israel God Is Calling” performed by The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

Tuesday Talk

Study “Hope of Israel,” the June 2018 Worldwide Youth Devotional.

Wednesday Wonder

Ponder President Nelson’s question, “Will you allow His words, His commandments, and His covenants to influence what you do each day?” Record thoughts and impressions that come.

Thursday Thought

Read “‘The most important thing taking place on earth today’: Why the gathering of Israel matters.” Ponder why the gathering of Israel is important to you.

Friday Family

Call a family member and ask them how they have seen the Lord’s blessings in their lives. Write down what you learn.

Saturday Share

Pray and ask how you can bless someone else’s life today.

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