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January 2014 Visiting Teaching Handout

Each month, women from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints share a gospel message with each other.  I'll have the chance not only to hear the message from my visiting teachers, but also to share it with the women I visit.  

January's topic is titled, "The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ:  Exemplar."  He set a perfect example for us to follow.  


I decided to use a quotation from Linda K. Burton for a handout to accompany January's message.  

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The sacrifice Jesus Christ made in the Garden of Gethsemane, and on the cross of Calvary, made it possible for each of us to live again.  Not only did He suffer for our sins, His atonement covers all the injustices, hurts, and sorrows of this world.  As we exercise faith in Him, we will become more like Him. 

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Thanks for a perfect example.

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  1. A wonderful quote and a thankful thought. Your January is off to a perfect start.

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  2. A beautiful quote and a nice one to start the New Year.

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  3. Thanks so much! this will be so helpful!

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