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  • Matt 28:17. It is fairly common for us to speak of worshiping the Lord, but not so common to speak of worshiping Him in His presence. We read that the Nephites also worshipped Jesus when He appeared to them (see 3 Ne 11:17 and 3 Ne 17:10). What might it mean to worship Jesus in His presence? Just what were the disciples (and the Nephites) doing?

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  • Matt 28:20: Post-baptismal teaching. See this post by Mogget at the FPR blog regarding the LDS footnote which suggests "teaching" here refers to post-baptismal teaching.

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