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Published by drgreen, 2019-12-01 18:51:51

Dec. 2019 Bulletin

Dec 2019

Gospel Study at Home & Church Pie Town Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints
Nov 25-Dec 1 1 and 2 Peter
December 2019
“Rejoice with Joy Unspeakable and Full
Recognize and Develop Your Spiritual Gifts
of Glory” By Elder Robert D. Hales
Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Dec 7 Children’s Craft Day
In the scriptures, we are taught of spiritual gifts the
Dec 2- 8 1-3 John; Jude Lord has given His children and of our responsibility
to develop these gifts. Elder Robert D. Hales of the
“God Is Love” Quorum of the Twelve Apostles says, “During our time
here on earth, we have been charged to develop the
RS Lesson “Gifts”, April, 1993 natural gifts and capabilities Heavenly Father has
blessed us with. . . . As we exercise and magnify these
by President Thomas S. Monson gifts, we will be able to accomplish the callings and
responsibilities that will come into our lives.”
Dec 8 Christmas Devotional, 6pm MST.
Purpose of Gifts
Dec 9-15 Revelation 1-11
“The gifts of the Spirit can guide and enrich our lives,”
“Glory, and Power, Be unto … the Elder Hales says. “They can strengthen us spiritually
and temporally. They can help us bless the lives of
Lamb for Ever” others. Most important, they can bring us comfort in
times of trial. They can help us magnify our callings.
Dec 20 Branch Christmas Dinner They can help guide us in our relationships. They can
help us avoid being deceived. . . .
Dec 16-22 Christmas
“God has given us the gifts of the Spirit to allow us to
“Good Tidings of Great Joy” be drawn more closely into His circle of love. He
desires that we should receive these gifts of the Spirit
RS Lesson “O Remember, Remember”, Oct. 2007 and magnify them and have them grow within us. . . .
As we do, our faith in Him will increase and our true
by Henry B. Eyring destiny will be fulfilled, ultimately to return to His
presence as His valiant sons and daughters.”
Dec 23-29 Revelation 12-22

“He That Overcometh Shall Inherit All


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“There Are Many Gifts” Dec 2 Sam Campbell Dec 3 Dawn Green
Dec 7 Fred Martin Dec 11 Edith Bryant
Marvin J. Ashton Dec 24 Siera Green

We must remember that each of us is made in the
image of God, that there are no unimportant persons.
Everyone matters to God and to his fellowmen.

From the Book of Mormon, particularly 3 Nephi,
chapters 11 through 26 [3 Ne. 11–26], when the Savior
Jesus Christ showed himself to the people on the
American continent, many gifts are referred to as
being very real and most useful. Taken at random, let
me mention a few gifts that are not always evident or
noteworthy but that are very important. Among these
may be your gifts—gifts not so evident but
nevertheless real and valuable.

Let us review some of these less-conspicuous gifts: the
gift of asking; the gift of listening; the gift of hearing
and using a still, small voice; the gift of being able to
weep; the gift of avoiding contention; the gift of
being agreeable; the gift of avoiding vain repetition;
the gift of seeking that which is righteous; the gift of
not passing judgment; the gift of looking to God for
guidance; the gift of being a disciple; the gift of
caring for others; the gift of being able to ponder; the
gift of offering prayer; the gift of bearing a mighty
testimony; and the gift of receiving the Holy Ghost.

We must remember that to every man is given a gift
by the Spirit of God. It is our right and responsibility to
accept our gifts and to share them. God’s gifts and
powers are available to all of us.

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