Come, Follow Me: The Priesthood
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“Come, Follow Me: The Priesthood,” New Era, June 2014, 42

Come, Follow Me

New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun

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New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun
New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun

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We can all enjoy the full blessings of priesthood power through keeping the covenants we have made at baptism and in the temple.

Bonnie L. Oscarson Young Women general president, March 2014 General Women’s Meeting

New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun
New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun

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All keys of the priesthood are held by the Lord Jesus Christ, whose priesthood it is.

Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, April 2014 general conference

New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun
New Era Magazine, 2014/06 Jun

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Priesthood keys direct women as well as men, and priesthood ordinances and priesthood authority pertain to women as well as men.

Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, April 2014 general conference

The Priesthood

You’ll be studying about the priesthood in your Sunday classes and quorums this month. As you study and discuss the priesthood, you may ponder these questions: How does the priesthood bless all of us? Where does priesthood authority come from? How does priesthood power become active in our lives?

To find some answers to these questions and learn more about the priesthood, see recent conference talks by Elders Dallin H. Oaks (lds.org/go/priesthoodNE6) and Neil L. Andersen (lds.org/go/powerNE6) of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

Give yourself an easy reminder to prepare for your Sunday lessons on the priesthood. Just place these cards in your scriptures, locker, or bedroom. You can also download or share them online at lds.org/go/cardsNE6.