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What Does the Name of Jesus Christ mean to Me? By Larry Barkdull

There remains but one essential step to regain the presence of the Lord: taking upon us fully the name of Jesus Christ. But how do we do it?

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Lesson 37
"Thou Has Done Wonderful Things"

Isaiah, as well as the rest of the Lord’s prophets, used symbolism to both reveal and conceal the truth about the Lord and his gospel.

By Philip Allred
Understanding Israel and the Covenant

One of the key elements to understanding the Old Testament is to recognize the crucial role of the covenant and of the covenant people in God’s plan and thereby understand your own role.

By Kerry Muhlestein
Church Expands Online Resources to Help Individuals Overcome Pornography Addiction

Spouses and other family members carry heavy burdens when a loved one is involved with pornography. To help ease those burdens, The Church has developed more online resources for families and those addicted to pornography.

By The LDS Newsroom
Calamities Show that Ultimately God Controls the Climate

Severe calamities are predicted to come as part of the last days by the Lord’s prophets. Many scientists predict using computer climate models that the increase in carbon dioxide emissions from man’s use of fossil fuels will destabilize the climate.

By Ronald P. Millett
Missionary Moment: I Served a Mission, Now What?

It has been about three months since I received my release and returned home from the mission field. But ending a mission is only the start of a new beginning.

By Mark Albright
Stop Thinking and Listen

Do we really trust that the Lord has better ideas than we do?

By Joni Hilton
Be Not Afraid

I know that we are taught that “faith is the opposite of fear” and that “if we have faith, we will not fear.” But in reality, I know of no one who has gotten through mortality without dealing with fears.

By Vickey Pahnke Taylor
Getting Up Each Time We Fall

I watched as my son and Timmy tried, but stumbled and fell time and time again. And when they tried to bat, the ball was long past before they swung.

By Daris Howard
LDS Conference Talks May be Given in Native Languages

The internationalization of the LDS Church continued Monday with news that will change the sound of its semi-annual general conferences.