Today's children

One of the rites of passage important to our young people is moving from Primary into programs for Young Men and Young Women. By the time most LDS children reach this milestone, they have learned a lot about the Articles of Faith. Many have even memorized some or all them.

The 13th Article of Faith, the last and longest of the statements, is a remarkable expression of values. If followed diligently through life, accompanied by education and hard work, these values would likely bring a soul to temporal and spiritual success. Consider now the article's implications, especially in the world in which we now find ourselves:

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