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Elder Eyring, a Personal Apostle-Religion Paper
Jo-Pete Nelson
11/9/2004
Rel C 333, section 5
Personal Choice Project

In his conference talks, Elder Eyring shows himself as a personal example to follow in his teachings about the importance of prayer, priesthood keys, Joseph Smith, and families.

Elder Eyring, a Personal Apostle

A few years ago, I had the opportunity to meet with a group of about 50 young adults and Elder Henry B. Eyring. Before I met with him, I didn't really know him very well. I knew that he was an apostle of the Lord and so I was extremely excited for the meeting, but I knew nothing of his personality or of his unique message. As I listened to him speak so intimately with us about his father, I was extremely impressed by how humble and personal this apostle was in small groups. It was captivating to hear the deference this great man gave to his father, who he considered to be far greater. Even as an apostle of the Lord, Elder Eyring referred to the spiritual lessons he learned from his father.



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