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"In proportion to the exercise of our faith do we receive information"

—Lorenzo Snow

Topic: Conversion

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    The Message of Nicodemus

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    no other conversion clues appear evident in this chapter, proponents of this idea suggest ... direct conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus and seems to conclude as a monologue. Chapters 7 and 19 ... Nicodemus conversation in John 3. He opened with little doubt as to his interpretation: Eternal life ...

    From RE 1 (2000) of The Religious Educator

    Acknowledgments

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    the formal study a reality, he immediately expressed his enthusiastic support. Conversations with him ...

    From Under the Gun

    Appropriating Our Lives to Sacred Uses: Observations on Personal Consecration

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    among those who consecrate their all in this endeavor. We can logically assume that true conversion ... They brought several other families to hear the missionaries, and other conversions resulted. Whenever we think ... conversed with the Lord, telling Him of my desire to stay and complete this mission, even if it meant ...

    From RE 3, no. 1 (2002) of The Religious Educator

    Lessons from the Lamb of God

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    which finally takes away our fears. Since the time of my conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ ... in the business world—to activate many who were not active and to create the place for many conversions. Week ... conversion, I have to confess that in spite of the missionaries’ plain, fearless caring and selfless love ...

    From RE 9, no. 2 (2008) of The Religious Educator

    “With the Assistance of the Holy Prophets”

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    the gospel and become fully converted. In order for this conversion process to take place, youth must ... This is an oft repeated theme in the Book of Mormon. We read repeatedly of a conversion process that began ... to the hearts of the children of men (see 2 Nephi 33:1), this teaching fostered deep conversion. Samuel ...

    From RE 6, no. 3 (2005) of The Religious Educator

    Raising the Bar: Preparing Future Missionaries

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    by extending invitations to action with every concept taught; we can, nonetheless, “teach for conversion” with every lesson, every discussion, and every assignment. How can we more effectively teach for conversion ... be most important to spend valuable class time teaching and discussing. My desire to teach for conversion ...

    From Volume 10 Number 1, 2009 of The Religious Educator

    Recollections of David O. McKay’s Educational Practices

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    with others as opportunities for development and self-mastery, he infused various values into the conversation ... related a conversation he had with President McKay in which this idea was reinforced. Commenting ... ordained Apostle, and the following conversation took place:    “Brother Monson, welcome, to our ...

    From Volume 4 Number 2, 2003 of The Religious Educator

    No More Strangers: LDS Scholars in Women's Studies

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    faith, testimony, grace, conversion, sanctification—have become more vibrant, more poignant, more ... it was inevitable that I would focus my own research on female conversion in the early nineteenth century ... conversion helped me discover my own path and to discover how constant transformation through the Atonement ...

    From Volume 12 Number 3, 2011 of The Religious Educator

    10. Doing the Impossible: Documenting the Worldwide Church

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    They include heads of state and ambassadors of nations. . . . In our conversations not one of these visitors ... asked about each person’s conversion experience. I wanted to know how each person received her or his ... and Ukrainians I asked about their shaving habits when I thought I was asking about their conversions. I have ...

    From Preserving the History of the Latter-day Saints

    8. Faith, Hope, Charity

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    The same testimony comes from King Lamoni and his people at their conversion: “And they did all declare ... of God, becoming his sons and daughters” (Mosiah 27:25). Before his conversion Alma desired to destroy the church of God (see Alma 36:6); after his conversion he longed to build his church and to be with God ...

    From The Book of Mormon: The Keystone Scripture

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