Anatomy of the Heart
Anatomy of the Heart BIO265
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madeline Beus on Tuesday January 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BIO265 at Brigham Young University - Idaho taught by Brother Diehl in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Anatomy and Physiology II in Anatomy at Brigham Young University - Idaho.
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Date Created: 01/19/16
Name: __________________________ Date: ________ 1. In a focused, non-distracted, faithful way, I studied the assigned scriptures, articles and other related materials for 75 minutes prior to class, and I have invited the Holy Ghost to be my teacher. (1 point/minute) _______ /75 2. I shared gospel insights from today’ studies with friends and/or family outside of class. (1 point/minute) _______ /10 3. I was fully engaged and participated in our class today. (-15 points for each: being late to class, leaving class, sleeping, chit-chatting, not having scriptures, daydreaming, eating, not participating) ________/30 4. I have kept my phone on “airplane mode” and used my phone or other computer device during class only for class purposes. (minus 50 points if No) Yes / No? 5. Insights, Questions, Applications Write up (Minimum 200 words): Give an exact Word count: ___236____. ________ /35 6. I have been honest in my evaluation: Signed:____________________________ Total: _________ /150 Write up: We should really value our knowledge about the premortal life because we know what it was like and why we were sent here to earth. We are here because we chose to follow Christ instead of being cast out of Heaven with Satan. “Now is come salvation and strength and the kingdom of out God and the power of his Christ for the accuser of our brethren is cast down” (Revelation 12:10). I love how this verse states that with Satan cast out, there is salvation and it can be inferred that we are the ones that build up and strengthen the kingdom and Christ because we chose to stay and follow them. We knew what coming to the earth entailed, yet we knew that Christ would come down and redeem us by giving us the power to repent and overcome Satan in this life. I love how in Abraham 3: 23-25, it tells how we were chosen before we came down to earth, and how we are all vital to God’s eternal plan. It also tells us that the earth was made to test our faith and devotion to God, proving to him that we will do all the things he commands of us. We may stumble and even fall away at times, but as long as we are trying our best and repenting, then God will forgive us for all the wrong we do. Class Insight: What principle stood out to you in today’s class?
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