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How to Keep Temple Preparation Going By Darla Isackson

Most of us, as practicing members of the Church spend a lot of our lives in temple preparation. How do we do it?

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There remains but one essential step to regain the presence of the Lord: taking upon us fully the name of Jesus Christ. But how do we do it?

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Do we really trust that the Lord has better ideas than we do?

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When the time comes to do the right thing, we must not consult the consequences before we consult our consciences and our covenants.

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