Sydney B. Sperry Symposium: The straight and narrow path

Individuals can feel their way through difficult times as they hold to the iron rod and seek the Spirit, said BYU-Hawaii professor and religion department chairman Aaron Schade during the annual Sperry Sympsium at BYU on Oct. 28.

Presentations for the symposium followed this year's theme, "The Things which My Father Saw, Approaches to Lehi's Dream and Nephi's Vision."

Brother Schade spoke of the important path of discipleship that individuals must take to get to the tree of life mentioned in Lehi's dream. To partake of the fruit is to partake of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, which in turn leads one to inherit eternal life. An important part of that process includes making and keeping covenants, he said.

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