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

by | Feb. 16, 2021


Atoned (March 14–20)

Sunday Scripture

Read and ponder 3 Nephi 11:14.

“Arise and come forth unto me, that ye may thrust your hands into my side, and also that ye may feel the prints of the nails in my hands and in my feet, that ye may know that I am the God of Israel, and the God of the whole earth, and have been slain for the sins of the world.”

Monday Music

Listen to “How Great Thou Art” performed by The Bonner Family.

Tuesday Talk

Study “Sisters’ Participation in the Gathering of Israel” from the October 2018 general conference or “We Can Do Better and Be Better” from the April 2018 general conference.

Wednesday Wonder

Ponder President Nelson’s question, “Are you willing to let whatever He needs you to do take precedence over every other ambition?” Record thoughts and impressions that come.

Thursday Thought

Read “Have we lost our awareness of what it means to be a chosen people?” by Robert L. Millet. Think about what it means to you to be part of the Lord’s chosen people. This link will be available on March 10.

Friday Family

Take time for the temple today, even though it may be closed. You could consider reflecting on past temple memories, pondering the covenants you’ve made, visiting temple grounds where possible, or having a conversation with your children about the temple. Resources are available at temples.churchofjesuschrist.org.

Saturday Share

Contact someone you minister to and share how the Savior’s Atonement has blessed you.


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