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When Elaine saw that her life lacked a relationship with God, she set out to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and make changes. This helped her to develop a greater understanding of her Heavenly Father. You too can strengthen your relationship with God and your Savior, Jesus Christ. Learn more at http://mor.mn/4uq0w #FollowHim
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How many of us are willing to go the extra mile when it comes to serving others? When Tim was asked to care for a man with disabilities, he followed Jesus Christ’s example and opened his heart and his home to this man. You too can learn from Jesus Christ’s example. Learn more at http://mor.mn/4s7xu #FollowHim
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Jesus told us to forgive all people. But what about a
man who killed your brother? Nnamdi really
struggled to forgive after his brother’s death. But as
he developed his relationship with the Savior Jesus
Christ, he found fulfillment and peace in forgiveness.
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Today is when so many of our thoughts turn to Jesus Christ’s invitation to follow Him and find new life. But really, He invites us every day to follow Him. We’re excited to share this wonderful news with the world not just today, but each day.

Visit http://mor.mn/4gj51 for more about life and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

#Hallelujah
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King of kings. The Prince of Peace. The Savior of the world. The Lamb of God. Jesus Christ has many titles.

This Easter, we invite you to reflect on those that mean the most to you. Learn more at http://mor.mn/4ggrl

#Hallelujah
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This Easter, what will you find when you follow Jesus Christ? #Hallelujah

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After an accident claimed the life of his brother, Nnamdi struggled to escape the pain of his loss. Following the teachings of Jesus Christ helped him to forgive the man responsible for his brother’s death and find relief. You too can find peace through forgiveness by following the teachings of Jesus Christ. Learn more at http://mor.mn/4t3vm #FollowHim
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Jesus invites us to know God. But what if you don’t know where to start? Elaine wanted a relationship with God, and as she learned of the Savior Jesus Christ, she drew closer to her Father in Heaven as well. Learn more at http://mor.mn/4rayo #FollowHim
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Jesus taught us to love others. But what if you don’t even love yourself? For Lindsey, this was a major life challenge. But as she learned to lean on the Savior Jesus Christ, she discovered His love and her own self-worth. Learn more at http://mor.mn/4qdpi #FollowHim
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I like this video! I'm Mormon too!
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Jesus taught us to help those in need. But what if they need more than you feel you can give? Tim found the capacity to give more of himself by following the example of the Savior Jesus Christ. Learn more at http://bit.ly/257Uuzl. #FollowHim
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Jesus love, loves us, let's love each other
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Because of Jesus Christ, death is not the end, and we can overcome all of our past mistakes. What do you say “#Hallelujah” for?

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Because of Jesus Christ, this life is not the end. We will again see those we’ve lost. What do you say “Hallelujah” for?

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