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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
This podcast is a simple and convenient way to share the videos from Come, Follow Me on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. It features the videos for the monthly gospel topic youth are studying in Aaronic Priesthood, Young Women, and Sunday School.
 
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我上小学的时候,常常想一个问题:“东西”真是个有意思的词。为什么我们说“买东西”,不说“买南北”?或者,在中文里我们为什么要用两个方位词来表示“事物”的意思呢?教中文以后,我发现很多学生跟我一样,也对“东西”这个词很感兴趣。那我们今天就来讲讲“东西”的由来吧。 关于“东西”的由来,有好多种说法。第一种是:在唐朝的首都长安,有两个大的市场,一个在城市的东边,叫“东市”;一个在城市的西边,叫“西市”。所以,人们慢慢就用“东西”来指各种事物了。 第二种说法跟“五行”有关。五行,就是五种自然现象:金、木、水、火、土。中国人认为,世界上所有的东西,都可以分成这五个类别,方向也不例外。东方是“木”,南方是“火”,西方是“金”,北方是“水”,土在中央。在古代,只有“木”和“金”是可以买卖的,所以我 ...…
 
THN Episode 34 Show Notes Music by Bensound at http://www.bensound.com Rangers highlights courtesy of MSG Network. Bruins highlights courtesy of NESN. Hurricanes highlights courtesy of Fox Sports Carolinas. Other highlights and clips courtesy of NBC, NBC Sports Network, CBC, Sportsnet, and the National Hockey League. Opening Headlines: Playoffs ...…
 
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I believe many of you would agree that there are simply too many things that are happening in our life. We have too many things to deal with, too many choices to choose, too many decisions to make. So how can we inject more positive energy and more yes-es into our life? As strange as it may sound, saying no is actually one of the ways to saying ...…
 
I believe many of you would agree that there are simply too many things that are happening in our life. We have too many things to deal with, too many choices to choose, too many decisions to make. So how can we inject more positive energy and more yes-es into our life? As strange as it may sound, saying no is actually one of the ways to saying ...…
 
Freddy Camacho is a couple things: A complete badass A laid back guy with zero ego. That’s a hard combination to come by, even in law enforcement Freddy is a newly-promoted sergeant for Union City PD, a good-sized city in the Bay Area and it’s a hoping area. He’s also a sergeant on their sniper team and has been on the SWAT team for quite some ...…
 
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This week end was a great weekend got to spend some time in Charleston with my wife. We got to take in some of the old town and take in some fine dining. While at the UAMCC national convention a I got to interview some people at random to get their view on what was going on their businesses and why they came to the national convention and what ...…
 
Episode3 We cover quiet a bit of ground this week, starting with some fan mail. Some iPhone coverage and some rare Samsung love. Then we cover Phone Bloks and Steam's new console and controller. And we get into a rant about fast food reviews on Yelp. And finally a new segment on what we're looking forward to. Also some added bloopers and out-ta ...…
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—Just as we need daily physical sustenance, the need for daily spiritual sustenance is just as strong. We can remember Jesus Christ every day as we pray, read the scriptures, and meditate.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—An analogy teaches that living prophets warn us of coming dangers. Includes excerpts from talks by President Gordon B. Hinckley and Elder Henry B. Eyring.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—A seminary class in Samoa learns that seeking revelation requires effort and action.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—The testimony of a humble teacher helps Brigham Young to convert the restored gospel.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—Elder David A. Bednar explains the patterns of light by which God communicates with us and how those patterns lead to the spirit of revelation.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—President Thomas S. Monson shares an experience he had in the Navy when he had to stand alone and reminds us that "we are never alone when we stand with our Father in Heaven."—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
Học Tiếng ViệtTôi tên là Yao. Tôi là người Nhật. Tôi từ Nhật đến. Tôi học tiếng Việt ở Học Viện Ngoại Giao Tôi có nhiều bạn nước ngoài. Họ cũng là sinh viên học tiếng Việt ở Học Viện Ngoại Giao. Đây là anh Kim. Anh ấy là người Hàn Quốc. Anh ấy từ Seoul đến. Ở Hàn Quốc, anh Kim là giáo sư khoa học.Anh ấy đến đây học tiếng Việt và sẽ đi Việt Nam. ...…
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—Members of the Church across the world bear testimony of living prophets and apostles and speak of the blessings of peace and hope that arise from that knowledge.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—Those who diligently seek to learn of Christ will eventually come to know Him. Read President Uchtdorf's full address here: http://bit.ly/gRCS4z—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—President Monson and President Erying encouraged youth to read the Book of Mormon. Youth from Eastern Europe share what they have learned from reading the Book of Mormon and writing down their impressions.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
Guest Speaker: Thuy-Trinh Nguyen
 
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Haʻu, ʻo Muimui ʻIate Au—Ko ha Maʻuʻanga Tokoni Fakaako maʻá e Toʻu Tupú | SD | TONGAN
 
Mē: Kau Palōfitá mo e Fakahaá—President Thomas S. Monson speaks to young people about missionary service—a duty for young men and a rewarding option for young women.—Nāunau Fakalēsoni ʻa e Toʻu Tupú
 
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