2020 has been a rough year. So many of us have been left mentally, physically and spiritually...Read More
Category: Living Prophets
Amidst all the uncertainties around us during the corona virus pandemic, we can find peace and comfort through God’s promises.Read More
How do we receive answers and guidance from God for ourselves? Russell M. Nelson, president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, explains how all of us can just do that.Read More
The two new apostles of the LDS Church shared their words of counsel and testimony during General Conference. They encouraged everyone to look unto God for direction through the words of His living prophets as we strive to live true to our covenants and seek the enabling power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.Read More
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The Apostle James taught, “Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up” (James 4:10).
We qualify for that blessing when we believe in Him and pray for His help. — Dallin H. Oaks
These subtle entreaties make Satan the great imitator, the master deceiver, the arch counterfeiter, and the great forger.
We all have an inner braking system that will stop us before we follow Satan too far down the wrong road. It is the still, small voice which is within us.
But once we have succumbed, the braking system begins to leak brake fluid and our stopping mechanism becomes weak and ineffective. — James E. Faust
Everybody’s journey to recovery looks different. Find what helps you. Don’t give up. Take this one day at a time. You can do this. You truly can (see Philippians 4:13). And you will become who you were meant to be.
Often, running from home means trust has been frayed or broken—trust with ourselves, with each other, with God. When trust is challenged, we wonder how to trust again.
My message is, whether we are coming home or going home, God is coming to meet us.
In Him we can find faith and courage, wisdom and discernment to trust again.
Likewise, He asks us to keep the light on for each other, to be more forgiving and less judgmental of ourselves and each other, so His Church can be a place where we feel at home, whether we are coming for the first time or returning. - Gerrit W. Gong