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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


Loved (March 28–April 3)

Sunday Scripture

Read and ponder 1 Nephi 17:40.

“And he loveth those who will have him to be their God. Behold, he loved our fathers, and he covenanted with them, yea, even Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; and he remembered the covenants which he had made; wherefore, he did bring them out of the land of Egypt.”

Monday Music

Listen to “I Feel My Savior’s Love” from the album Shine.

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Tuesday Talk

Study “Hear Him” from the April 2020 general conference.

Wednesday Wonder

Ponder President Nelson’s question, “Will you allow His voice to take priority over any other?” Record thoughts and impressions that come.

Thursday Thought

Read “What would it be like to hear the Savior pray for you? Tom Christofferson asks how the experience would change you.” Write down your feelings about what it would be like to hear the Savior pray for you.

Friday Family

President Boyd K. Packer taught, “Family time is sacred time and should be protected and respected. We urge our members to show devotion to their families.” Look for a way to spend time with your family today. You could consider attending Deseret Book’s Virtual Family Friday.

Saturday Share

Invite someone you love to watch general conference with you.

Stay tuned to the latest general conference news and updates with the LDS Living newsletter


Bonus: Don't let your studying stop here! Stay tuned in to conference and help your kids stay involved with it as well with the free Deseret Book Conference Packet, full of related coloring sheets, conference bingo, and more. Available now at DeseretBook.com.

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