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—Lorenzo Snow

Topic: Conversion

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    Nicodemus: Coward or Convert?


    a sincere desire to have a serious private conversation away from the crowded, county-fair atmosphere ... conversation with Jesus in the crowded streets or in the din of the temple courtyards. If we were able to walk ... to seek a secluded setting in which to have a private, serious conversation: The streets were blocked ...

    From Volume 9 Number 3, 2008 of The Religious Educator

    “These Miracles That Thou Doest”: A Student’s Tribute to Gospel Teachers


    the conversion seemed to take place overnight. Watching these two missionaries, not much older than I was, I came ... on the earth—then nothing else mattered. During that important early period of my conversion, a personal ...

    From Volume 3 Number 1, 2002 of The Religious Educator

    1. Rebirth in Christ: A Latter-day Saint Perspective


    with the broad concept of “salvation,” whether it is rebirth, justification, conversion, the strait and narrow ... different. I would suggest that rather than equating these dramatic conversion episodes with the whole of the rebirth process, we could more profitably view these “instantaneous” conversion stories as manifestations ...

    From Salvation in Christ: Comparative Christian Views

    3. "A Mighty Change"


    of heart as one of the greatest recorded in all holy writ. The change involved is a conversion from one ... In the full gospel sense, however, conversion is more—far more— than merely changing one’s belief from ... conversion consists in the transformation of man from his fallen and carnal state to a state of saintliness. ...

    From The Book of Mormon: Alma, the Testimony of the Word



    conversion (Mosiah 27; Alma 36). I wanted to trace the impact of that experience on his speeches. I ... study appear in “Alma’s Conversion: Reminiscences in His Sermons.” The one recorded sermon of Samuel ...

    From From Jerusalem to Zarahemla: Literary and Historical Studies of the Book of Mormon



    in conversion parallels the time of most prolific output of Mormon writings. The extent of the cause-and-effect ...

    From Welsh Mormon Writings from 1844-1862: A Historical Bibliography

    Suffering for the Savior’s Sake


    President James E. Faust taught, “You cannot convert people beyond your own conversion.” [3] Conversion ... is not always physical suffering but the suffering of the natural man’s appetites in the conversion process. ... and conversing with others. On Christmas Day their sacrifice creates feelings of joy when the receiver looks up ...

    From Suffering for the Savior’s Sake

    Front Matter


    was the conversion of Saul (see Acts 9), who would become one of the great missionaries to the Gentile world. ...

    From Go Ye Into All the World: Messages of the New Testament Apostles

    Suffering for the Savior's Sake


    your own conversion.” [3] Conversion is the process of transforming the natural man into a man ... man’s appetites in the conversion process. Saul of Tarsus’s life demonstrates how both physical ... and conversing with others. On Christmas Day their sacrifice creates feelings of joy when the receiver looks up ...

    From Volume 11 Number 3, 2010 of The Religious Educator

    From the Sands of Egypt

    Religious Education Review Article

    of the cemetery is that it witnessed their conversion to Christianity. We hope to learn more about this early ...

    From Fall 2012