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Dec. 1986

 

First Presidency Message

“The Field Is White Already to Harvest”
Gordon B. Hinckley 

Poetry

Dressed in White
Roger Bushman 
Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin: Finding Happiness Serving the LordDon L. Searle 
The Divine Law of TithingRobert D. Hales 
Tithing Came FirstOsborne N. Smith 

New Testament

The New Testament—A Matchless Portrait of the Savior
Neal A. Maxwell 

New Testament

Joseph Smith and the New Testament
Robert L. Millet 

New Testament

The Land of Jesus, Part 1
David H. Garner 
“On the Morrow Come I into the World”—The Book of Mormon Christmas Story 

Sharing

The Things That Really Matter
Teresa Pitman 

Sharing

A Time of Enrichment
Ruth Stanfield Rees 

Sharing

Sharing the Season
 

Sharing

Year-Round Christmas Spirit
Maria T. Moody 

Mormon Journal

To Give and Give Again
Rebecca Strand Russon 

Mormon Journal

The Horse That Saved Christmas
Jane Brooking Flint 

Mormon Journal

Merry Thanks and Happy Respect
Kelly Strong Thacker 
Two Dimes and a NickelRichard A. Robb 

Random Sampler

A Stockingful of History
James Welch 

Random Sampler

The Gift of Tradition
Bonnie Jasperson 

Random Sampler

Our Christmas Tree Symbols
Elizabeth K. Ryser 

Handbook for Families

Talking with Your Children about Moral Purity
 
We Can Walk It OutSandra F. Jones 

I Have a Question

Why were the Book of Mormon gold plates not placed in a museum?
Monte S. Nyman 

I Have a Question

What was the approximate weight of the gold plates from which the Book of Mormon was translated?
Roy W. Doxey 
The Day of the New EditionJoy L. Young 

News of the Church

“Use the Book of Mormon,” President Benson Tells Michigan Area Conference
 

News of the Church

Ricks College Inaugurates Twelfth President
 

News of the Church

Elder Hunter Undergoes Surgery
 

News of the Church

Tabernacle Choir, Shirley Verrett in TV Special
 

News of the Church

Provo Tabernacle Rededicated
 

News of the Church

Earthquake Brings Death, Injury to Members in San Salvador
 

News of the Church

Rumor Concerning Early Oliver Cowdery History Refuted by Church Researchers