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Teachings of Lorenzo Snow Lesson 13: Relief Society—True Charity and Pure Religion

June 07, 2013

“No institution was ever founded with a nobler aim. Its basis is true charity, which is the pure love of Christ.” - Pres. Lorenzo Snow

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Get the full lesson "Relief Society: True Charity and Pure Religion" from the Teachings of Lorenzo Snow at LDS.org.

Note: As the Church has said, the manual has been prepared as the primary source of lesson material. These supplements, from general conference addresses, are meant only as a complement to your study on this lesson’s topic.

Supplement is from a talk given by Sister Julie B. Beck titled, "Relief Society: A Sacred Work."

We live in a happy and exciting time of growth in the history of the Church, and Relief Society is part of making that history. Joseph Smith said, “Let every man, woman and child realize the importance of the work, and act as if success depended on his individual exertion alone; let all feel an interest in it, and then consider they live in a day, the contemplation of which animated the bosoms of kings, Prophets, and righteous men thousands of years ago—the prospect of which inspired their sweetest notes, and most exalted lays, and caused them to break out in such rapturous strains as are recorded in the Scriptures.”

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I rejoice to know that the Lord loves us enough to guide us in this work through prophets, seers, and revelators and that we belong to a Church that operates with continuing revelation. I feel a certainty that as each sister does her part to ensure that the purposes of Relief Society are fulfilled, angels will be our associates and we will be participants in amazing miracles.

Read the full talk, "Relief Society: A Sacred Work" by Sister Julie B. Beck.

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