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    Missionaries and the Sacrament

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    Tyler Johnson, “Missionaries and the Sacrament,” in Selections from the Religious Education ... Missionaries and the Sacrament Tyler Johnson In the hours preceding Gethsemane’s agony and Judas’s betrayal, the Savior administered the sacrament and commanded, “This do in remembrance of me” (Luke 22:19). Similarly, ...

    From Selections from the 2004 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Sacramental Connections: Deliverance, Redemption, and Safety (D&C 27)

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    Sacramental Connections: Deliverance, Redemption, and Safety (D&C 27) Matthew O. Richardson ... of the ordinance of the sacrament. The Lord instructed the Saints that it is “expedient that the church meet ... with the sacrament in the Doctrine and Covenants address the administrative aspects of this ordinance. For example, ...

    From You Shall Have My Word

    Covenants, Sacraments, and Vows: The Active Pathway to Mercy

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    Peter B. Rawlins, "Covenants, Sacraments, and Vows: The Active Pathway to Mercy," ... Schoenfeld, 1984 Intellectual Reserve, Inc.  Covenants, Sacraments, and Vows: The Active Pathway to Mercy   ... to sacraments, to daily vows—a powerful sequence that leads to application, action, experience, and character. ...

    From RE 13, no. 3 (2012) of The Religious Educator

    Covenant Renewal: Seeking a Greater Portion of the Spirit through the Sacrament

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    the Sacrament,” in BYU Religious Education 2010 Student Symposium (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, ... of the Spirit through the Sacrament Matthew Clayton   Covenant renewal is a vital Latter-day Saint doctrine. Church members sometimes refer to the idea that through the sacrament we renew whatever ...

    From The BYU Religious Education Student Symposium 2010

    Covenant Renewal: Seeking A Greater Portion of the Spirit Through the Sacrament

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    Matthew Clayton , “ Covenant Renewal: Seeking a Greater Portion of the Spirit through the Sacrament ... Portion of the Spirit through the Sacrament Matthew Clayton   Covenant ... the sacrament we renew whatever covenants we have entered into up to that point. For example, Robert Daines ...

    From The BYU Religious Education Student Symposium 2010

    10. Jesus, Sacrament of God: A Contemporary Franciscan View

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    Kenan B. Osborne, “Jesus, Sacrament of God: A Contemporary Franciscan View,” ... Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2005), 205–235.   Jesus, Sacrament of God: ... salvation possible only through Jesus Christ?—with a special focus on Jesus as the sacrament of salvation. ...

    From Salvation in Christ: Comparative Christian Views

    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 ... (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2002), 145–166. The Setting and Sacrament of the Christian ... included the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. For many years, the earliest Saints would partake ...

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

    Sabbath Sanctification: A Tithing of Our Time, an Offering unto the Lord

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    offer thine oblations and thy sacraments unto the Most High” (D&C 59:12). Oblations are offerings, ... The sacrament as central symbol of the Sabbath. In addition to offering our oblations, the Lord has repeatedly urged the Saints to “offer up thy sacraments” on His holy day (D&C 59:10). Carefully consider what ...

    From Selections from the 2004 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Herman du Toit

    Teichert (1888–1976),  The Sacrament,  1950–51, oil on Masonite, 36 x 48 inches. Courtesy of Brigham Young ... titled  The Sacrament  (fig. 13). Here we see the risen Lord instituting the sacrament in the New World. ...

    Preparing Our Hearts

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    by saying, “liken them unto yourselves, that ye may have hope.” I had the experience of going to a sacrament ... It was one of the most disheartening, hopeless, and despairing sacrament meetings I have ever attended. By the end of the sacrament meeting, I knew I would never make it to the celestial kingdom. I was not feeling ...

    From RE 12, no. 3 (2011) of The Religious Educator

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