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Miracles, Blessings, Covenants

One Week of Studies
  1. Recite 3 Nephi 11:29.
    Read 3 Nephi 15.
    • Verses 2-5: From Adam until the time of Christ people practiced animal sacrifice as part of their devotion to God. When Jesus dies, he was the ultimate sacrifice and now animal sacrifice is no longer necessary. These are the old things that passed away. Also, where possible, we should live the higher law, as explained in the Sermon at the Temple.
    • Verses 16 & 17: Read John 10:16. This is when Jesus told the Jews that he would go preach to other people in other parts of the world.

  2. Recite 3 Nephi 11:29.
    Read 3 Nephi 16.
    • Verses 1-3: Whom else do you think Jesus may have visited?
    • Verses 18 & 19: have you ever felt so happy that you couldn't stop yourself from singing?

  3. Recite 3 Nephi 11:29.
    Read 3 Nephi 17.
    • Verse 3: It is a good practice to ponder about truths that you read about or learn in church. It can be very much like prayer and the Holy Ghost can teach you more, including how you can apply the principle in your life.
    • Verses 5-24: This is one of the most beautiful, powerful, and stunning parts of scripture. Try to visualize this scene. Ponder on this event. Why is this so significant? Sing verse 8 of [] (cs p. 118). Watch "My Joy is Full" on the Book of Mormon video.

  4. Recite 3 Nephi 11:29.
    Read 3 Nephi 18:1-16.
    • In these verses, watch for the things Jesus wants us to do. When we do these things, we are promised certain blessings. What are they?

  5. Recite 3 Nephi 11:29.
    Read 3 Nephi 18:17-39.
    • Verses 18-21: Notice the power that is available to you when you pray in faith regularly.
    • Verses 22-32: A guide to how we should treat non-members, inactives, and others who struggle with the gospel.
    • Verses 36-37: Jesus gave the Melchizedek Priesthood to the twelve deciples.
    • This is the end of the first day of Jesus' visit.

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