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|Title||You, Too, Have Freedom of Choice|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1963|
|Authors||Cannon, Rachel Grant|
|Date Published||June 1963|
|Keywords||Agency; Conversion; Hope|
President Heber J. Grant, hoping to help his wayward brother Brigham, prayed, then opened the Book of Mormon hoping for the answer to his brother's plight. The book fell open to Alma 36, a chapter of hope. When Brigham read the words of consolation and faith, his life was changed.
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