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Rebuked by Brother Joseph

I was doing some research on a quote I found about Gog and Magog in the History of the Church, when I read Joseph rip on Willard Richards for not noting weather and stuff in the record. It got me to thinking about my lack of journaling. I am pretty lame about it, no lie. I am glad to blog, though, At least that gets me to record some things. And Facebook is like micro-journaling to some extent. But I don’t journal enough. I read some of my old diary entries from back in junior high school and enjoyed them. It was fun to read about myself just starting out in Seminary and what I thought about it. (I liked…

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April Lessons – General Conference, Isaiah, Jeremiah

I just can’t do it all :) This blog is proof positive of that. The house has been cleaner, I’ve been making bread and cooking more often, spent the week of spring break working on the new website and keeping up with the kids’ stuff, but something had to give. Naturally, it was the blog, I suppose. General Conference I did do a review for general conference again this time. I made up a General Conference Q&A sheet from the notes I took from the 4 main sessions (I didn’t attend Priesthood, and didn’t try to get anything from the stuff online because of time). I wrote up a little test and let the kids decide if they wanted to…

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Almost finished with Isaiah

After the lesson on Isaiah 29, suddenly the Isaiah lessons started going much more smoothly. I’m not sure why that lesson was so particularly hard, but it was. That’s the chapter with the scripture mastery in it. I think that I added that one to the reading list. Talk about difficult. But I guess I caught my stride, and the Isaiah lessons haven’t been the terrible slog I thought they’d be at first. The kids told me they’re liking Isaiah and that it’s not as bad as they have heard. I suppose that’s success. :) Isaiah 26 My lesson Objective: Students will learn of some of the events surrounding the Second Coming. They will learn that the righteous need not…

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