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- Publication Date: November 2, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H8XGR5Y
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My Daily Book of Mormon Devotional - 365 Day Personal Study Guide Kindle Edition
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I also love the applicable quotes each day from our church leaders, as well as questions to ask ourselves about what we are learning. It is a thoughtful and inspiring way to start each day.
I highly recommend this study guide.
I loved the list of scriptures to read that were in conjunction with the set reading of the guide, as well as the quotes from the leaders of our Church for each set reading.
Get this guide and follow it and you will definitely receive a closer relationship with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ while learning more about the Book of Mormon.
There are very few typos in this book, which is much better than I expected in an inexpensive Kindle book, so they haven't bothered me. But there have been at least two times--once in 2nd Nephi and once in Jacob--when one of the listed "Additional Scriptures" was an incorrect reference (for example, one was in the D&C in a section that didn't have as many verses as the reference listed). Hopefully there won't be any more incorrect references, but we'll see as I continue to make my way through it...