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As the heartbreaking news floods in about the #CharlestonShooting, our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, their families and all those affected by this terrible tragedy. In the words of The Book of Mormon, mourn with those that mourn, and comfort those that stand in need of comfort. Mosiah 18:9.
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God Almighty is a loving God and the families will be blessed andtheir spirit lifted from this tragedy..God bless us all amen
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There are a lot of things you probably couldn’t go a day without. Phone, Facebook, bacon. But what about the really important things that you #CantLiveADayWithout? Prayer, family, faith? 

What are the things that matter most to you?
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+Anthony Butler Retorne para os braços do Pai! Sei que Ele é o único que pode nos amar de qualquer jeito! Sei que é difícil mas a alegria que Ele proporciona é a melhor do mundo!
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Well, #MemorialDayWeekend is upon us. Whether you’re barbequing, boating or binge watching with family and friends, don’t forget the real reason we have a long weekend.

Take a moment to remember someone who’s given their life so that your life could be better. Take a moment to honor them in the comments below.
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I am grateful for my great-great-great-great-grandfather, who fought for American freedom in the Revolutionary War.  I am grateful to his grandson, Henry William Bigler, who served in the Mormon Battalion and later recorded the discovery of gold in 1846 at Sutter's mill in northern California.  I am grateful to my dad, who served in the US ARMY in Viet Nam.  I am grateful for the opportunity I had to serve in the Utah Air National Guard.  Though I have never fought in a battle, I can nevertheless appreciate all those who have.  I am especially grateful to all those who gave their lives in defense of freedom in all parts of the world.  May you rest in peace.
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We all experience tragedy and loss in this life.

Clark Wiscombe lost his dad when he was 14. Two of his children died before he had a chance to raise them. Clark found comfort in the gospel and knowing that our life here is not the end.

How have you been able to deal with tragedy in your life?
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER WE DIE? When the spirit leaves the body, it goes to the spirit world and awaits the resurrection, when the spirits of all mankind will be joined eternally with our perfected bodies and we will be judged by the Savior to determine our eternal destination after this life.
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Acreditando que há um Deus e Ele me ama muito!
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Isn't it #TimeForMom?

This weekend, make a difference in your mom's life. Join the worldwide challenge:
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On the third day after the death of Jesus Christ, His followers found His tomb empty, and the world changed forever. Celebrate everything that is possible in our lives because He lives. Visit to learn more. #BecauseHeLives
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"Celebrate everything that is possible in our lives because He lives." What an amazing statement. Conference and Easter were both amazing this year and I hope to keep this season's spirit with me throughout the rest of this year. 
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Today marks the 130th anniversary of Lady Liberty's arrival to New York City. She stands proudly as a symbol for freedom around the world.

God has created each of us with the inherent freedom to choose.
We can choose how to live, how to treat others, and how we use our freedom. Learn more at
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Hoorah to Bradley Rhinehart for speaking truth. Women have historically been the conduit for framing a society and the values by which we live. Women have also be been the blamed for war, men have murdered for a beautiful woman. Demonstrating that we, as a sex, aren't perfect. Either way, we are (or were) the teachers, the lovers, the foundation of the future of Men. Quietly and unassuming for the most part, the mothers and wives of all races and creeds bring forth the old adage: The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.
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You got through your case of the Mondays, and you made it through Tuesday too. And now it’s Wednesday and the weekend is on the way. So how are you going to make today better than yesterday and tomorrow better than today? Here are 8 daily habits to help you out.
Follow these 8 daily habits for ways to build your confidence.
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Great guidlines. Thank you and the Father of us all.
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Because we could all use a little #MondayMotivation, here are some words of inspiration from Gordon B. Hinckley.
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I hope it's okay to just give it a break lol
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Congratulations to the proud parents of the newborn royal baby, as the first pictures were recently released. Did you know you’re also part of a royal family? Discover what that means here:
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#MeetTheMormons is the #1 best-selling documentary on Amazon, and is available NOW on Blu-ray and DVD!

The DVD and Blu-ray includes great special features like an exclusive bonus story: The Artist, David Archuleta’s Glorious music video, made exclusively for and including scenes from the film, the “Making of Meet the Mormons” featurette, producer and director commentary, and much more.

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The scriptures are quiet about the events of Saturday after Jesus Christ’s crucifixion. Likely, it was a time of reflection for His followers, just as it can be for His followers today. What things are possible in your life because of Jesus Christ? Share your answer with your social networks, and see what others are saying at #BecauseHeLives
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He died for our sins, I think he might want us to do the same like following his commandments, and love him the way he loves us
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