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    The Setting and Sacrament of the Christian Community

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    Mark D. Ellison, “The Setting and Sacrament of the Christian Community,” in Go Ye ... Community Mark D. Ellison Mark D. Ellison was a Church Educational System coordinator ... of John Mark (see Acts 12:12). In Philippi Paul and Silas met with Church members in the house of Lydia ...

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

    Editorial Procedure

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    Mar Whitney placed editorial marks in the text (*) when she edited primary-source material. ...

    From A Woman's View: Helen Mar Whitney's Reminiscences of Early Church History

    Acknowledgments

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    translations and my research assistant, Mark J. Sanderson, was especially useful in compiling additional ...

    From Fire on Ice: The Story of Icelandic Latter-day Saints at Home and Abroad

    6. The Six Antitheses: Attaining the Purpose of the Law through the Teachings of Jesus

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    intent. They are thus connected with both the Beatitudes (5:3–12) and a section that can be called Marks ... hymin , rendered traditionally as “Verily I say unto you.” Beginning with am?n (KJV “verily”) marks ... the fourth begins with “again ( palin ),” emphatic in Greek, seeming to mark a new beginning. [17] ...

    From The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture: The 39th Annual BYU Sidney B. Sperry Symposium

    Calls to the Apostolic Ministry

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    Melvin J. Ballard to Mark E. Petersen George Albert ... Melvin J. Ballard to Mark E. Petersen Joseph F. Smith ...

    From Volume 4 Number 1, 2003 of The Religious Educator

    God

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    to the Father while in deep anguish (Mark 14:32–39; cf. Luke 22:40–46; D&C 19:16–19), and on the cross he cried out to the Father, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” (Matt. 27:46; Mark 15:34; cf. Ps. ...

    From A Latter-day Saint Compass

    A King James Vocabulary Lesson

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    “Immediately! Presently! I’m coming!” (Matthew 13:20; Mark 1:30). To assay . It means “to try on” ... being different (Mark 8:3). Draught (pronounced “draft”). This refers to the disciples’ ... “observed” John the Baptist (Mark 6:20), the Greek word may mean that Herod “protected” him, or that he “kept ...

    From A King James Vocabulary Lesson

    A King James Vocabulary Lesson

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    also said it in reply to a command, meaning: “Immediately! Presently! I’m coming!” (Matthew 13:20; Mark ... or “several,” but as opposed to “diverse,” it does not imply being different (Mark 8:3). Draught ... (John 14:2). To observe . When Herod “observed” John the Baptist (Mark 6:20), the Greek ...

    From Volume 6 Number 1, 2005 of The Religious Educator

    19. Echoes from the Sermon on the Mount

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    reasons, Jesus quoted or paraphrased from the sermon throughout his ministry, as reported by Matthew, Mark ... appear elsewhere in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, as well as in the letters of James and Paul, ... this is the law and the prophets” (7:12; see also 5:17), marks not only the culmination of the Sermon on the Mount ...

    From The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture: The 39th Annual BYU Sidney B. Sperry Symposium

    2. The New Testament Concept of Salvation: An Evangelical Christian Perspective

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    [10]   The Message and Ministry of Jesus, Especially in the Gospel of Mark ... theme. The earliest and shortest Gospel, the Gospel of Mark, summed up Jesus’s message to His ... (Mark 1:14–15). The “kingdom of God” became the primary, integrating topic in Jesus’s ministry. God ...

    From Salvation in Christ: Comparative Christian Views

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