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COME UNTO CHRIST

January 23, 2016 / 0 comments

James Tissot, The Adulterous Woman Alone with Jesus, Brooklyn Museum, Purchased by public subscription. We invite you to use this study guide as a tool to increase your knowledge and love for our Savior, Jesus Christ. The reading for each day includes approximately 50-75 verses of scripture (about 10-15 minutes of reading per day), with…

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Day 1 | Here Am I; Send Me

December 19, 2015 / 0 comments

Michelangelo Buonarroti, Detail from Sistine Chapel, [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. DAILY READING John 1:1-14 Abraham 3:19-28 D&C 88:4-13, 93:1-5, 20-24 For Younger Disciples CONSIDER AS YOU READ How do you feel about yourself when you think that you knew and were known by Christ in the pre-existence? Does it give you confidence to know…

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Day 2 | Called Jesus Christ

December 19, 2015 / 0 comments

Michelangelo Buonarroti, Isaiah Detail. Sistine Chapel, Vatican (public domain). DAILY READING Mosiah 3:5-23 Helaman 14:1-13 Isaiah 53 Moses 6:50-68 For Younger Disciples CONSIDER AS YOU READ Does the fulfillment of these prophecies inspire you as the Lord intended? Does prophecy limit free agency (must these things come to pass)? Why are the Book of Mormon…

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Day 3 | Was Born Jesus

December 19, 2015 / 0 comments

Sallie Poet, Women in Christ’s Line. Museum of Church History and Art, Salt Lake City (used with permission). DAILY READING Matthew 1:1-17 Luke 3:23–38 For Younger Disciples CONSIDER AS YOU READ Why does the lineage of Christ matter to us? Do you sense that Christ had a lineage that would give him standing among the…

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Day 4 | Prophet of the Highest

December 19, 2015 / 0 comments

Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov (1806–1858), Head of John the Baptist, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow (public domain) DAILY READING Luke 1:1-25, 57-80 For Younger Disciples CONSIDER AS YOU READ Have you ever questioned, as did Zacharias, whether the Lord could work a miracle through you? Have you found joy and satisfaction when called to play a supportive role—like…

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Day 5 | Handmaid of the Lord

December 19, 2015 / 0 comments

William Bouguereau, L’innocence, 1893, Private Collection (public domain). DAILY READING Matthew 1:18-25 Luke 1:26-56 For Younger Disciples CONSIDER AS YOU READ Can you imagine how Mary must have felt at the appearance and message of the angel? Would you be willing to say, “Behold the handmaiden [servant] of the Lord, be it unto me according…

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Day 6 | Her Firstborn Son

December 19, 2015 / 0 comments

Gerard van Honthorst, Adoration of the Shepherds, [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. DAILY READING Luke 2:1-20 1 Nephi 11:8-23 3 Nephi 1:4-22 For Younger Disciples CONSIDER AS YOU READ Watching these events as a spirit, how do you think you felt? What do you think Mary “pondered” in her heart? SUPPLEMENTAL READING Bethlehem is the…

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16 British library Nativity at night Description: The Nativity, at night Title of Work: Sforza Hours Author: - Illustrator: Horenbout, Gerard Production: Milan, circa 1490; Flemish insertions, 1517-1520 Language/Script: Latin / -

Day 7 | Did She Know?

December 19, 2015 / 1 comment

Gerard Horenbout, Nativity, 1517British Library (public domain). DAILY READING There is no scripture reading assigned today. Use this day to catch up as needed and ponder the supplemental reading. For Younger Disciples SUPPLEMENTAL READING Even as believers, however, when we are a part of encapsulating events, we can scarcely savor all that swirls about us….

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