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Thoughts on Lesson Eighteen

by Bruce R. McConkie, Joseph Fielding Smith, Doctrines of Salvation, Vol. 2, 231-257. | Sunday School

The Law of Temple Building: Temples, Their Nature And Antiquity WHAT IS A TEMPLE? Temples, according to the...

Chapter Thirteen: Extensive Natural Calamities

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

I remember a show I once saw on tsunamis. Tsunamis are tidal waves that come out of nowhere and can destroy...

Overcoming Temptation (David O. McKay Lesson 9)

by Joseph B. Wirthlin, Finding Peace in Our Lives, 31- | Relief Society/Priesthood

HOW TO BUILD THE SPIRITUAL LIFE T he most interesting drama in all the world is the drama of the human soul...

Thoughts on Lesson Seventeen

by "The Law of Tithing," in Latter-day Prophets Speak: Selections from the Sermons and Writings of Church Presidents, 324-335. | Sunday School

WHAT IS TITHING? W HAT IS tithing? The best and simplest answer, and from which all answers must in the end...

Thoughts on Lesson Sixteen

by Daniel H. Ludlow, Companion to Your Study of the Doctrine and Covenants, Vol. 1 | Sunday School

Background information on Section 59 " O n the 7th, I attended the funeral of Sister Polly Knight, the wife...

Chapter Twelve: Famine, Pestilence, and Sickness

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

D o you remember the young woman at the beginning of this book? She was worried about the Second Coming and...

May Sharing Time: Priesthood, Now and Then

by LDS Living Staff | Primary

T his sharing time will help the children become familiar with the priesthood ordinances and offices that h...

Chapter Eleven: Great Wickedness

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

T here's something about the topic of this chapter that hits home with most of us. We live in the last days...

The Marathon Miracle

by Pamela Hansen | Health

I often felt imprisoned in my huge body, screaming to escape its mighty clutch. It was as if someone had lo...

Speaking Up

by Dawn Frandsen | Hot Topics

After just a few minutes of channel surfing, it’s probably become relatively easy to understand Presi...