Series: Melchizedek Priesthood Personal Study Guide

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Lay Hold Upon the Word of God: Melchizedek Priesthood Personal Study Guide 1 by LDS1
To Make Thee a Minister and a Witness: Melchizedek Priesthood Study Guide 2 by LDS2
Come Unto the Father in the Name of Jesus: Melchizedek Priesthood Personal Study Guide 3 by First Presidency of the Churchof Jesus Christ of L3
Strengthen Your Brethren: Melchizedek Priesthood Study Guide 4 by LDS4

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  1. Duties and Blessings of the Priesthood: Basic Manual for Priesthood Holders, Part A by LDS (1993)
  2. Duties and Blessings of the Priesthood: Basic Manual for Priesthood Holders, Part B by LDS (1980)
  3. Teachings of Presidents of the Church: David O. McKay by LDS (2003)
  4. Remember Me, Relief Society Personal Study Guide 1 by LDS (1989)
  5. Doctrines of the Gospel: Religion 430-431 by LDS (1986)
  6. True to the Faith: A Gospel Reference by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (2004)
  7. Doctrines of Salvation [3-volume set] by Joseph Fielding Smith (1905)
  8. Priesthood and Church Government by John A. Widtsoe (1939)
  9. Gospel Doctrine by Joseph F. Smith (1928)
  10. Discourses of President Gordon B. Hinckley, Vol. 1: 1995-1999 by Gordon B. Hinckley (2005)
  11. Seek to Obtain My Word : Melchizedek Priesthood Personal Study Guide 1989 by lds church leaders (1988)
  12. In the Lord's due time by Joseph Freeman (1979)
  13. Woman and the priesthood by Rodney Turner (1972)
  14. Aaronic Priesthood Through the Centuries by Lee A. Palmer (1964)
  15. Our Lord of the Gospels by Jr. J. Reuben Clark (1954)

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