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Gibson 1 Rachael Gibson Brother Schulzka English 111, Section 193 November 26, 2007 The Baptism of Lili Kong The bitter cold and windy morning chilled my body as the morning sun began to melt the frost from the frigid night air. Upon entering the stake center of Rexburg, Idaho, a refreshing blast of warm air revitalized my body. I introduced myself to a few of the ward members. My uneasiness subsided as the ward members welcomed me with open arms. As the strangers became friendly faces we all sat down for the baptism of Lili Kong. We sang beautiful hymns which brought the spirit into the room to set the mood. After the hymns, a man stood in front of the congregation to begin the ceremony with an opening prayer. Following the prayer, a recent convert to the ward gave a pleasant, personal talk to Lili on the importance of baptism. After the talk, the sacred ordinance of baptism was about to begin. When the font doors opened, the warm fragrance of the steamy baptismal waters filled the hall. At this point, Lili and
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course BOM 121 taught by Professor Wightman during the Spring '08 term at BYU - ID.

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