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BYU-Idaho 17h
This week's is... Campus Day!! Follow BYU-Idaho's Instagram stories today as covers the event and introduces you to the office!
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BYU-Idaho Oct 18
Are you a song writer? Then submit your original hymn text in the Thirteenth Annual BYU-I Hymn Festival. The festival is in February but the deadline for hymn submissions is Monday, November 12. Email your submission or questions to hymnfestival@byui.edu.
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BYU-Idaho Oct 17
Idaho Governor presented BYU-Idaho with the Idaho Leadership in Energy Efficiency Award today!
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BYU-Idaho Oct 17
Campus Day is THIS FRIDAY, and it's not too late to register! This is the perfect opportunity for prospective students to see what life is like as a BYU-Idaho student. To learn about Campus Day and to register, visit …/campus-tours/byu-idaho-campus-day
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
In today's , Randy Parkinson taught that when we keep our covenants, we become the people God wants us to be. What blessings have you seen by keeping your covenants?
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
How does faithfully living your covenants make you the best that you can be?
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
We can move toward Christ and receive His light and life, or we can move away from Him. We can choose to always remember Christ. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
We can choose to stay on the covenant path and receive all the ordinances that we can. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
If we faithfully live the covenant life we will receive all that our Heavenly Father has. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
As we daily prepare to partake of the sacrament, we can receive healing to our wounded soul and receive the strength and determination to carry on. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Our Savior is the source of all healing. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Your life and the lives of your posterity will be greatly blessed by the covenants you will enter into. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Entering the covenant path by baptism opens the gate to the gift of the Holy Ghost, to the totality of the blessings of the Atonement, and much, much more. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
As we faithfully continue on the covenant path we will be blessed with the strength to endure the distractions, trials, and tribulations that we will face in our lives. We will be blessed with the greatest gift which is eternal life. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Living a covenant life gives us power to make our weaknesses strong, and to withstand the temptations, trials, and tribulations we will experience. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Faithfully living our covenants lift us from being good people to being better people, and from better people to the best that we can be; even like our Heavenly Father. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Our covenants help us in every aspect of our lives. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Learning to live a covenant life is the adventure of a lifetime. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
Ordinances and covenants bind us to God. –Randy Parkinson
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BYU-Idaho Oct 16
The ordinances essential to our receiving exaltation are: baptism, confirmation, receiving the Melchizedek Priesthood for men, the temple endowment, and entering into the New and Everlasting Covenant of Marriage in the holy temple. –Randy Parkinson
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