Elder Nelson visits Madagascar, dedicates Malawi

Arriving on Friday, October 21, 2011, Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spent four days in Antananarivo, Madagascar, where he met with members, missionaries, priesthood leaders, and local officials. He then traveled to Malawi, where he dedicated the land for the preaching of the gospel.

In a devotional on Friday, Elder Nelson told young adults, “Of all the people on the earth, members of this Church should know more about Jesus Christ than anyone else.”

He said that knowledge of the identity of Jesus Christ and of themselves is crucial for the Saints to have. He used the scriptures to explain Christ’s many roles and titles—Creator, Advocate, Judge, and Savior.

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