My Gospel Study: Search Results

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

—Lorenzo Snow

Topic: Prayer

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    “Pray Always” (D&C 19:38)

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    first awoke that morning, he began a prayer, and he continued that prayer steadily throughout the rest ... and evening prayers are recommended as a minimum, but is it appropriate to pray in the middle of the night ... that we can kneel at your bedside for prayer, but can we pray in a park? In our car? At an office? ...

    From Volume 3 Number 2, 2002 of The Religious Educator

    The Colonia Juárez Temple: A Prophet’s Inspiration

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    dedicatory prayer how the “revelation came of a desire and a prayer to help Thy people of these colonies who ...

    ISBN: 978-0-8425-2727-9

    In Search of Understanding

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    from Egypt asked me to come with them on Friday, the jumah day (day of common prayer), to the large mosque in Tashkent to observe prayers with them. I had not been in a house of worship for almost five months before this experience. As I observed the prayer rituals and listened to the sermon, I felt very ...

    10. The Dedication of the Temple

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    finished. President Brigham Young “opened the services of the day by a dedicatory prayer, presenting ... services, prayer meetings, and administrative meetings were conducted regularly in the temple. The Attic ... song Brigham Young offered the prayer of dedication. He prayed that God would sustain and deliver his ...

    From Nauvoo Temple: A Story of Faith

    7. Fasting in the Book of Mormon and the Bible

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    in Alma 30:2, where fasting, mourning, and prayer are referred to, and in Alma 45:1, where fasting, rejoicing, and prayer are mentioned as taking place at the beginning of the year, at the time when the Day ... occurs in the Book of Mormon in conjunction with prayer and mourning after the murder of the chief judge ...

    From The Book of Mormon: The Keystone Scripture

    Teaching the Usage of Thee and Thou

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    when addressing God in prayer or encountering them in the scriptures can be confusing or awkward. ... because the essence of prayer is not in the parts of speech but in the sincerity of a person’s heart. ... attention away from ourselves and to our Father in Heaven. Speaking this way in prayer also reinforces ...

    From Volume 4 Number 1, 2003 of The Religious Educator

    Introduction

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    How does a person use the language of thee and thou in prayer? Furthermore, how can we ... natural in our prayers. Many otherwise well-meaning denominations oppose the work ...

    From Volume 4 Number 1, 2003 of The Religious Educator

    3. Anglican Soteriology: Incarnation, Worship, and the Property of Mercy

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    as the Eucharistic prayer expressed it. The second sets incarnation as the foundation for world affirmation rather ... first penitence, then praise, and then prayer,” all centered around the figure of the Lamb as it had ... and whose opening prayer asks that God may “have mercy upon the whole Church.” Later in the prayer ...

    From Salvation in Christ: Comparative Christian Views

    Religion in Village Life

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    of the mosque, the imam, is not necessarily a priest in a Western sense, but usually guides the prayer ... pious person, or someone who has gone on a pilgrimage, may lead the prayer. But he is usually ... in village life. This is especially true of salat, or prayer, the second pillar of Islam. Muslims pray five ...

    18. How New Testament Variants Contribute to the Meaning of the Sermon on the Mount

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    addition to the biblical text. However, in this instance, an open reward to a private prayer is not so ... be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee.” The Ending of the Lord’s Prayer The Lord’s Prayer preserves some of the most memorable lines from the Sermon on the Mount: “Our Father which ...

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

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