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    Learn of Heavenly Father: A Study of Epic Proportions

    Have you ever wondered what Heavenly Father is really like?

    You pray to Heavenly Father, but have you ever wondered what He’s like? or why in the world He helped you find your lost keys the other day? or how well He knows you? or how He communicates with you?

    Luckily, it’s never too late to learn more about God. Now is your chance to begin a scripture study of epic proportions, where you’ll learn exactly why the God of the universe—with many billions of spirit children—thinks about you.

    But it can be tough starting epic things, so let these suggestions help get you going. Each day you can pick a question and read the scriptures and follow the suggested steps. As you study, try to think about your relationship with Heavenly Father. Think about His role in your life, and ask yourself what you could do to draw closer to Him.

    What is God even like?

    Which words stood out to you? Were any words repeated? Look them up in the dictionary or the Bible Dictionary.

    How are Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ the same but different?

    Prepare a family home evening lesson about what you learned.

    How can I get to know Heavenly Father?

    Do a search on for any key words you found in these scriptures. Search the Media Library to watch a video on the topic.

    There are billions of people on the earth! How can Heavenly Father possibly know me?

    What is the main idea in each scripture? Try to summarize it in fewer than five words.

    We’re told to talk to Heavenly Father in prayer. But how does Heavenly Father talk to me?

    How do you talk to God? What could you change as a result of what you’ve learned?

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    How do you strengthen relationships with the members of the Godhead? How have these relationships helped you? Share your experience below.

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