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Richmond Virginia Temple Dedicated by President Dallin H. Oaks | ‘The work of the temples is centered in Jesus Christ,’ Apostle says

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President Dallin H. Oaks dedicates the Richmond temple, saying ‘Jesus Christ Himself is the chief cornerstone’

All temples are ultimately designed to lead souls to the Savior, President Oaks said. “The work of the temples is centered in Jesus Christ. All that is learned and done here relates to Him.”

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“Work hard to preserve and wisely exercise your own moral agency, and work equally hard to preserve and provide that same blessing of moral agency to others,” Elder D. Todd Christofferson said at BYU.

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Last week, the Church News reported on changes to “Come, Follow Me” for 2024. President Ballard spoke to missionaries in a new video. Elder Uchtdorf reflected on his ministry in the Holy Land.

 

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