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Elder Cook’s devotional now available

In an official notice on Jan. 29, students were invited to watch Elder Quentin L. Cook’s devotional from Tuesday.

Due to network outages this week, many were not able to access the devotional.

The official notice reads, “We invite you to take a break from your busy schedule and feel the Spirit through this devotional.”

You can access the devotional titled “The Sunny Side of the Street” through this link.

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