“Using the February 2002 Liahona,” Liahona, Feb. 2002, 48
“Overpowering the Goliaths in Our Lives,” page 2: President Gordon B. Hinckley warns of Goliaths in our lives—evils in the world that seek to pull us down and destroy us. What weapons can you use to triumph over these Goliaths?
“Studying and Teaching the Old Testament,” page 10: Elder Henry B. Eyring suggests that we read carefully 2 Nephi 25–33 as preparation for teaching and studying the Old Testament. How will you use his four suggestions to get the most out of your study of the Old Testament?
“More Than Words,” page 28: When you listen to the sacrament prayers, do you pay attention to the words? Do you also pay attention to the beautiful spirit that accompanies this sacred ordinance? Do you ponder the purpose of the sacrament?
“Making a New Friend,” page F10: What can you do to be a better friend to your family members?
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