Tithing and Fasting/Gospel Doctrine Lesson #17

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Articles:

All Things Are The Lords: The Law of Consecration in the Doctrine and Covenants

Singular and Plural Address in the Scriptures by James R. Rasband

Like A Watered Garden by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

The Windows of Heaven by Elder David A. Bednar

Letter to Edward Partridge, 2 May 1833

The Widows Mite by President Gordon B. Hinckley

The Law of the Fast: A Personal Responsibility to Care For the Poor and the Needy by Bishop Dean M. Davies

Why Does The Lord Require People to Live the Laws of Tithing and Fasting?

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What Do We Know About Jesus Christ Because of Joseph Smith?

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1.  The plan of redemption has existed since before the foundation of the world.  Grace is not God’s backup plan.   Jesus Christ has been the planned redeemer since foundation of the world:  Moses 4:2
Mosiah 15:18-20

18 And behold, I say unto you, this is not all. For O how beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that is the founder of peace, yea, even the Lord, who has redeemed his people; yea, him who has granted salvation unto his people;

19 For were it not for the redemption which he hath made for his people, which was prepared from the foundation of the world, I say unto you, were it not for this, all mankind must have perished.

20 But behold, the bands of death shall be broken, and the Son reigneth, and hath power over the dead; therefore, he bringeth to pass the resurrection of the dead.

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Lesson 6: I Will Tell You In Your Mind and In Your Heart, by the Holy Ghost

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Articles:

Oliver Cowdery’s Vermont Years and the Origins of Mormonism by Larry E Morris

That They Might Come to Understanding: Revelation as Process by Steven C Harper

Helping Students Understand the Principles of Personal Revelation by Ronald E. Bartholomew

Using the Supernal Gift of Prayer by Richard G. Scott

You Were Born to Lead, You Were Born for Glory by Sheri Dew

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