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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).

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“When we treat God’s commandments and our part in building His kingdom like something to check off on a to-do list, we miss the heart of discipleship. We miss the growth that comes from joyfully living the commandments of our Father in Heaven." (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Living The Gospel Joyful,” Ensign, Nov. 2014).

“The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a checklist of things to do; rather, it lives in our hearts. The gospel “is not weight; it is wings.” It carries us.” (Jean A. Stevens, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” Ensign, May 2014).
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