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Parental Duty | 9 May 2017

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“And all thy children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be the peace of thy children.” – 3 Nephi 22:13

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“Our Father in Heaven exemplifies the pattern we should follow. He loves us, teaches us, is patient with us, and entrusts us with our agency. … Sometimes discipline, which means ‘to teach,’ is confused with criticism. Children—as well as people of all ages—improve behavior from love and encouragement more than from fault-finding.” Susan W. Tanner

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This Day in LDS History

1830: William Fowler, the author of the hymn “We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet,” is born in Auburn, Australia.
1903: The Book of Mormon is published in Samoan.
1983: Ground is broken for the Seoul Korea Temple (later called the Seoul South Korea Temple) by Elder Marvin J. Ashton.

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