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We fail to see that the Lord would have us do something else. Be careful to seek His will.
I confess I don’t know how to make a correct decision except where there is righteousness and trust in a Heavenly Father.
The principles simply will not work when agency is intentionally used at variance with the will of God.
If there is unrepented sin, we are left to our own devices to flounder and struggle on our own. We can be rescued through our own repentance.
Richard G. Scott
His gospel and His Church are an important part of your life and of who you are and what you do.
Therefore, invite others to come and see and come and help, and God will do His saving work, and they will come and stay.
Dieter F. Uchtdorf
#GeneralConference | April 2019
We all want to be respected and esteemed. We want to be champions. But we mortals do not become champions without effort and discipline or without making mistakes.
Find someone with whom you can be compatible. Realize that you will not be able to anticipate every challenge which may arise, but be assured that almost anything can be worked out if you are resourceful and if you are committed to making your marriage work.
I realize there are many reasons why you may be hesitating to take that step of getting married. If you are concerned about providing financially for a wife and family, may I assure you that there is no shame in a couple having to scrimp and save.
It is generally during these challenging times that you will grow closer together as you learn to sacrifice and to make difficult decisions. Perhaps you are afraid of making the wrong choice. To this I say that you need to exercise faith. - Thomas S. Monson