Category: Book of Mormon

It Is Safer To Stay On the Ship Of The Gospel

Staying on the ship of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the safest way we can cross the harsh ocean towards the Promised Land. If we ever find ourselves thinking of jumping off the ship to escape the terrible storms of life, we need to recognize that the storms are harder to deal with outside the ship.

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A Book We Ought To Read

As a person who prides in reading A LOT of books, I was struck by my father’s words: “You’ve been forgetting to read the Book of Mormon. It’s a book you ought to read every day.”

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Difficult times are not new to us. Many generations before us have faced many challenges in the past and they thrived in the midst of them. Let's find out how they did it!
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He loves us because He is filled with an infinite measure of holy, pure, and indescribable love. We are important to God not because of our résumé but because we are His children. He loves every one of us, even those who are flawed, rejected, awkward, sorrowful, or broken. God’s love is so great that He loves even the proud, the selfish, the arrogant, and the wicked.

What this means is that, regardless of our current state, there is hope for us. No matter our distress, no matter our sorrow, no matter our mistakes, our infinitely compassionate Heavenly Father desires that we draw near to Him so that He can draw near to us. — Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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Follow the Savior and faithfully remain on His side. — Boyd K Packer
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For the individual who is weak in the heart, fearful in the heart, be patient with yourself. — Russell M. Nelson
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In these stressful days, may we find the hope and strength from learning the gospel in the home.

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