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In Lehi’s vision, there are 18 references to the fruit of the tree of life with only 9 references to the tree itself. (1 Nephi 8) In Nephi’s vision, there is a larger focus on the tree of life with…

Immersion in the mikveh (sometimes pronounced mikvah) actualizes the transition between the convert’s old identity and his or her new one as a Jew. By Rabbi Maurice Lamm Excerpted with permission from Becoming a Jew (Jonathan David Publishers, Inc.). What…

Too often lawmakers resort to the force of law rather than the power of persuasion to solve a problem in society. In this brilliant essay, Mark and Jo Ann Skousen proclaim a better way…

I love the story of Elisha and the servant when they were surrounded by the Aramean army. Early the next morning, when the servant of the man of God arose and went out, he saw the force with its horses…

I came across an interesting paragraph on the blog “Dave’s Mormon Inquiry” about symbols, the meanings that are attached to them and if Latter-day Saints should have a symbol representative of their faith.

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The beauty of symbols is that God can use them to teach us what we have the capacity to receive. One will see a shape, another will see a sign, and yet another will understand the elements of eternity.

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