I learned some very interesting facts and thoughts on the after class discussion board and in
class. Some of which include the points about perspective on a mountain compared to a hill and
the ground. The mountain is the perspective we all get when we lis
1 John 1:9
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all
This scripture shows me how being faithful can benefit my life.
Fear none of those things which thou sh
Kade NielsenMy Aims of a BYU Education
Experience shows that students who can articulate personal desired outcomes are more focused,
committed and successful in college. In the following worksheet, please try not to think about
what you should write. Try
1) Please provide a general description of the progress you have made so far with following
your Keystone Project Plan. (If you have any pictures you could include to show your
progress, if your project lends itself to a photo, I would appreciate seeing h
Please share with me how you have come to feel about your study journal activities.
Has it been a positive or negative experience for you so far? Why?
Although I generally dislike anything having to do with notetaking and such, this journal has
In the past, I was never one for putting forth much effort when it came to projects such
as this one. Whenever a teacher or a parent suggested I keep track of my homework or
schedule time for certain activities through
Since summary 8, we have been talking a lot about evolution and the LDS perspective on
Evolution is really just defined as the change in allele frequencies. There are four main
factors that influence the change in
In this new unit we have already covered a fair amount of information, especially on
connect. We have started to touch on bioenergetics and redox reactions and the pathways and
processes involved in making ATP and etc. We kn
Please share with me what you are using as a study journal and how you use your
journal it to enhance your learning in this class and/or outside of class? I am using an
actual journal as a study journal because I like paper and I like to phys
Projects are most certainly not my cup of tea (not that I drink tea). I have just never
been one to put forth full effort in any sort of project. I have always felt that I never immediately
benefited from a school project and therefore refuse
Matthew 25:1-26:35; Mark 14; Luke 22; John 13
Matthew 26; Mark 14; Luke 22; John 14-18
1. Matthew 25:13
Keep being aware, because you dont know when is that time coming.
2. Matthew 25:40
Doing things on your youngest brother is same as doing it to Christ.
I taught a lesson to my roommates this time. We discussed about the topic of Faith. I shared the
message of the importance of being faithful in our life. We read 3 verses of scriptures that I like
the most from this week lesson. We talked about that there
1. Learn of Gods plans and gain knowledge that we may be closer to God.
2. Know that the House of Israel will once again inherit the kingdom and the earth will enter
the millennium and the Lord shall come again.
3. Know that Isaiah is the proph
Option 1 B:
The Gentiles shall receive the gospel through the Book of Mormon and be numbered among the
convenant people. The gospel shall be declared to the Jews and they will know of the convenants
made with their fathers and that they will know that the
Often times we need proof to believe. Words alone are not enough. It definitely helps to have
words to study and to remind us of things because humans are prone to mistakes and forgetting.
If these words were not written, as they are passed on t
I liked how we talked about hearts being set on the vain things of the world and carnality. We see a
lot of that these days and we see a lot of that in the scriptures as well. We need to constantly be
focused on the gospel and have the eternal perspective
I liked how we talked about our covenants and that it is a covenant to become. The annointing in
preparation and then the annointing when you actually become. That made a lot of sense to me. You
don't just suddenly have everything you still have to work f
I liked where we talked about "by the virtue of birth right comes certain responsibilities and
blessings". It's great to know of our royal lineage and the purpose for which we are here and for
us to magnify that calling and do all that we were sent here t
This week we talked about the tender mercies of the Lord and his love and that in him we are
saved. We looked at the symbolism in Lehis vision of him, Sariah, Nephi, and Samuel where
there was no iron rod and yet they were able to get to the tree of life
As I read I was wondering what it meant that "salvation was free", it was nice to have that explained
that the salvation that is talked about is being saved from the fall and when I thought about that, it
really made sense. The fall was death and part of
Matthew 5-10, 12; Mark 2-3; Luke 5-6
Matthew 11-13; Mark 4-5; Luke 7-8
Happy are the poor in spirit: for the kingdom of heaven is theirs.
If you are humble and willing to learn, then you are always welcome to the kingdom of heaven.
In the February 2013 ensign, President Uchtdorf shared a message called, A word to the
hesitant missionary and it is excellent. I picked out four pieces of advice that he shared and
these will be a kind of backdrop for the rest of my talk. As I speak I wa