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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Alma 14:1 Alma 17:10 The missionary returned home from his two-year mission the day before his grandfather’s funeral. The chapel was full. After his mother finished playing a musical number on the piano he stood up to speak.  Tearfully he began.  He thanked his mother for the beautiful song she had played.  He spoke of […]

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Alma 12:8 – Alma 14:3 This morning I went for a walk with my mom. As we walked she told me about a lesson that she taught last night.  At the end of the lesson she asked three important questions: Who are you? Who do you want to be? How do you need to act […]

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Alma 9:25 – Alma 12:8 I love to read the story of Amulek, a man of no small reputation, many kindreds and friends, and much money. (Alma 10:4) Amulek was obviously a man who was very blessed, and yet he tells us, “Nevertheless, after all this, I never have known much of the ways of […]

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Because I have a missionary son the imagination of my mind got caught up today in the details of Alma 8. It isn’t hard to fathom what the city of Ammonihah must have been like. “…Now Satan had gotten great hold upon the hearts of the people of the city of Ammonihah; therefore they would […]

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Alma 4:16-Alma 7:1 One morning in Korea, the Elder in our senior couple walked into the office and said he wanted to ask all of us in the room a question.  We gathered around the gentle sage and he said had one simple inquiry. “Elders,” he started. “Do you want God to be fair with […]

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