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Eric Huntsman
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Easter or "Resurrection" Sunday
Carl Heinrich Bloch, The Resurrection (Wikmedia Commons) Because Easter is not a biblical term
(and has pagan origins), some suggest that "Resurrection Sunday" would be a
better term.  The actual word "Easter" only appears once in the King James Bible, at...

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Saturday
Fra Angelico, Christ in Limbo Episodes for Personal Study Holy Week Lectionary : A collation of the New Tes tament gospel texts for each day from Palm Sunday to Easter morning. A Guard is
Placed at the Tomb (Matthew 27:62–66) Darkness
Prevails among the Nep...

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Good Friday
"And he, bearing his cross went forth into a place called the place of the skull, which is called in Hebrew Golgotha: where they crucified him . . . "After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the scripture might be fulfilled, sai...

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Palm Sunday
Anderson, Triumphal Entry Palm Sunday
is not a regular part of Latter-day Saint observance, and not even all
Christian churches celebrate it.   Nevertheless, recounting Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem has a
long history in the Christian tradition, and...

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Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter.
Yes, I am several weeks behind, thanks to speaking schedules and family obligations. And I am not even sure where my ward is . . . I think we just did Matt 13 and parables (lesson 11?). But inasmuch as tomorrow is Palm Sunday and the next week is Easter (an...

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Raising the Son of the Widow of Nain
Excerpted from The
Miracles of Jesus , 106–108 The Church at Nain, with BYU Jerusalem Center students, summer 2012 Only
Luke tells the story of the widow of Nain, whose son Jesus revived even as his
body was being taken to its burial (Luke 7:11–17).   Place...

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Calming the Stormy Sea
Excerpted from The
Miracles of Jesus , 19–22              The divinity of Jesus that the miracle at Cana symbolized
was even more clearly demonstrated in those nature miracles that are the
clearest examples of epiphanies, or direct revelations of a divine i...

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Healing Women
Excerpted from The
Miracles of Jesus ,  55–60. In a culture and time period that were so
male-centric, the attention that Jesus paid to women was noteworthy.   All four of the gospels, and especially Luke,
contain stories of Jesus healing women, teaching th...

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“He Took Our Infirmities, and Bare Our Sickness” (Lesson 7: Mark 1–2; 4:35–41; Luke 7:11–17)
  The
Miracles of Jesus Gospel Doctrine Lesson 7 focuses on the
miracles of Jesus, a topic that has been of great interest to me the last
several years, and the results of my research and thinking on this topic have
recently been published by Deseret Book a...

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