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The Divine Virtues: 14 Values to Live By


April 20, 2023

Book Details

The Savior lived a life of perfect example, but it's hard to live up to perfection all at once. That's why Richard Rife has written this compelling new guide to becoming more like Christ—one value at a time. In a hopeful and uplifting way, this book examines topics like obedience and submissiveness, kindness and gentleness, temperance, knowledge, mercy, and gratitude. Trying to become like Christ is a tremendous challenge, but God (whose mercy and patience are infinite) will work with us as long as we keep trying. Learn to love the Savior more by following his example and acquiring the divine virtues.

Author Description

"Richard Rife has practiced international law and has served as general counsel for several large companies. He has English and law degrees from Brigham Young University and is the author of Honoring Christmas in My Heart.He has served in many callings in the Church, including full-time missionary, elders quorum president, branch president, bishop, temple sealer, Gospel Doctrine teacher, and Primary pianist. He and Sister Rife presided over the Korea Daejeon Mission from 2001 to 2004. He is currently serving as bishop of his home ward.Brother Rife and his wife, Janet, are the parents of six children and make their home in Orem, Utah. He welcomes reader comments to his email address, rrifekorea@hotmail.com, and invites readers to view his website: http://richardrife.com."

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