On Fellowcitizenship

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Summary

Suggests that relationships bound by covenants are better than relationships not bound by covenants. Moreover, because covenants are two-way, we must change our desires and behaviors to conform with the terms of the covenant if we want the blessings of the covenant. These two concepts are illustrative of the Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood.

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On Fellowcitizenship

A Talk Given in the Ward Conference
of the Sterling Park Ward, Ashburn, VA Stake

By D. Calvin Andrus, Bishop
mailto:calvin.andrus@gmail.com

13 January 2008, Version 1.0

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Talk

(The old high school story was taken from a previous talk, On Covenant-Based Relationships, 21 July 1999.)


Testimony

To this I bear my witness. In the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.


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