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Have we forgotten that we are disciples of Christ? We may feel like Peter who returned to his old ways after the resurrection of the Savior. Here are few principles I learned from one of Elder Holland’s talk that can help us in our discipleship.Read More
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Start knot by knot, decision by decision, and be sure that while you are untying the knots, you don’t let any more get put there through transgression.
It may be difficult to begin, but pick up the scriptures and immerse yourself in them. Look for favorite passages. Lean on the Master’s teachings, on His servants’ testimonies.
Refresh your parched soul with the word of God. The scriptures will give you comfort and the strength to overcome. - Richard G. Scott
When you do something right, when you resist temptation, when you meet a goal, you will feel very good about it.
It is a very different kind of feeling than you have when you violate commandments—an altogether different feeling.
It brings a measure of peace and comfort and provides encouragement to press on. - Richard G. Scott
‘Repent’ is its most frequent message, and repenting means giving up all of our practices—personal, family, ethnic, and national—that are contrary to the commandments of God.
The purpose of the gospel of Jesus Christ is to transform common creatures into celestial citizens, and that requires change. (Dallin H. Oaks)
Decide to stop what you are doing that is wrong. Then search out everything in your life that feeds the habit, such as negative thoughts, unwholesome environment, and your companions in mischief.
Systematically eliminate or overcome everything that contributes to that negative part of your life. Then stop the negative things permanently. …
I promise you, in the name of the Lord, that He will help you. He will be there in every time of need. He gave His life so that you can change your life.
I promise you, that you’ll feel His love, strength, and support. Trust Him completely. He is not going to make any mistakes. He knows what He is doing. Please, decide now to change your life. Be obedient to His teachings, and He will bless you. - Richard G. Scott
While Mike was fully involved in the construction of their house, he was accidentally electrocuted and died.
This unfortunate plight left Jessa to raise her daughter Kahlan all by herself. She struggled physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially.
Jessa's knowledge about the gospel became the main anchor to her soul.
The plan of happiness helped Jessa find strength amidst this great challenge. Learn more about how her relationship with and faith in God became stronger despite her loss.
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Do you feel unpopular and different, or outside the inside of things? Read Noah again. Go out there and take a few whacks on the side of your ark and see what popularity was like in 2500 B.C.
Do you ever feel untalented or incapable or inferior? Would it help you to know that everyone else feels that way too, including the prophets of God? Moses initially resisted his destiny, pleading that he was not eloquent in language. Jeremiah thought himself a child and was afraid of the faces he would meet.
Some tasks take time. Accept that. But as the scripture says, “They come to pass.” They do end. We will cross over Jordan eventually. Others have proven it.
I say to you as Joshua said to the tribes of Israel as they faced one of their most difficult tasks, “Sanctify yourselves: for tomorrow the Lord will do wonders among you” (Joshua 3:5).