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Elder Gavarret invites all to come unto Christ

Elder Eduardo Gavarret of the Seventy gave his address in his native tongue of Spanish.

He spoke about the invitation from the Savior to “Come unto Me,” “Follow Me” and “Walk with Me.”

These invitations mean to partake of the sacrament, determine to seek and follow Him and to go, do and keep the commandments, respectively.

“For those who accept them to generate a change within you that will lead you to say, “{I} have no more disposition to do evil, but to do good continually,” Elder Gavarret said.

He concluded s by expressing his desire for an increased level of worship and commitment to God.

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