Learn All Things Through the Lens of the Gospel

There is a video on lds.org about a scientist who compared the gospel and science as two separate lenses. When ...
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Summer Math Class

Summer Math Pilot Class What a concept! Who would choose to work on math during the summer? YOU would! Because ...
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“More Holiness to the Lord”

 Aaron, the High Priest in the Biblical tabernacle, wore a plate of pure gold with the inscription, “Holiness to the ...
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Symbolism of the Brass Brow

Because I knew that thou [Israel] art obstinate, and thy neck is an iron sinew [stiff-necked won't bend or bow], ...
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His Name Shall Be in their FOREHEADS

After doing a study on foreheads I came up with a list of symbols. I always find it interesting how ...
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Hair as a Symbol

I recently did a study on hair for our "Body of Christ" Series. Sometimes when you study a subject yo ...
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Isolate and Insulate Your Children

The Lord isolates the prophets and insulates them with knowledge, understanding and testimony. Then he sends them out to lead ...
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Ministering Angels

I had always understood that the "ministering of angels" to mean that the Aaronic Priesthood were blessed to see angles ...
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Symbolism of Olive Oil

Olive oil is the life essence of the olive. It represents the Holy Ghost, the Spirit of God and is ...
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Symbolism of the Golden Calf

The cow represented the open, public display of sexual behavior. Following your animal instincts, your ego. When Moses came down ...
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His Cheeks

The cheek is a symbol for trust and loyalty. It is the place where friends greet each other. Enemies slap ...
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The Smell of Thy Nose

In today's temple, we manipulate light to show progression, in the ancient Biblical Tabernacle they used smell to show a ...
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Be of Good Cheer Before My Face

In the Hebrew language they use the plural for face (faces) as indicated by the suffix ים  iym. Most words ...
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Out of the Heart the Mouth Speaketh

There is an Eastern African story that tells of a chief with sad children and a poor man with happy ...
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