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Ronald A. Rasband 58m
My heart fills with joy to see this photo and remember this moment with the youth in Brazil. I encouraged them to always increase their love for Jesus Christ. What you do to draw closer to our Savior?
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D. Todd Christofferson 7h
At this time of year when we express gratitude for our blessings, we should remember the very Bread of Life, the Redeemer Jesus Christ. Ultimately, it is His Atonement, His grace, that is our daily bread.
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The LDS Church Nov 21
See the good in the world. Think to thank.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Nov 21
In addition to my wife, Harriet, being the sunshine of my life, she is also a light to many other people. Yesterday I was overjoyed to see her receive the German-American Friendship Award. She is very deserving of this prestigious honor.
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The LDS Church Nov 20
"To live with gratitude ever in our hearts is to touch heaven."
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名前とか思いつかん Nov 19
I feel your sincere love and concerns. You guys are not lying when you say you love us.
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The LDS Church Nov 19
“We love you. We have no higher desire than to see you on the pathway of eternal life and to feel your joy at the blessings of the Lord.”
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The LDS Church Nov 19
“Repentance is possible and forgiveness is certain.”
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Josie Dearing Nov 19
You can do more in 6 days and the blessings of the Lord, than in 7 days by yourself. Keep the Sabbath day holy!
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The LDS Church Nov 19
“The contest is not between a family and career. And it’s not between family and education. Women can have both. The question is timing in the individual circumstances. “
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The LDS Church Nov 19
“Finding the right balance between agency and inspiration is part of the lesson we’re to learn in mortality” quotes Bruce R. McConkie on choosing the right companion.
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The LDS Church Nov 19
"Remember the Atonement of Jesus Christ, which assures you of forgiveness of sin and which offers you the opportunity when you call up the Lord to get strength to confront every mortal temptation weakness or inclination."
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The LDS Church Nov 19
“The main thing for all of us to know about this new drug is that there is hope.” — on overcoming pornography.
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The LDS Church Nov 19
Q: How can we achieve balance between the worldly life and spiritual life? A: “People who keep the Sabbath day have a built-in heavenly balance that helps them.”
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The LDS Church Nov 19
Don’t be afraid to get good advice from parents, friends, and professional help. Trust in the Lord through your own faith and prayers in calling down heavenly help as you move through these phases of life.
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The LDS Church Nov 19
"We need to be cautious not to label ourselves or to label one another. The most important label any of us can carry throughout our lives is I am a child of God . . . that is the label that stays with us throughout our lives.”
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The LDS Church Nov 19
How can I stand up for my standards w/o offending others who have different views? says “I’d say relax and just enjoy the gospel and share it with a smile on your face.”
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The LDS Church Nov 19
"We patiently wait upon the Lord, and don’t get uptight because we haven’t had our prayer answered the first time or the first year that we have asked it."
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Nov 19
Today, I was privileged to dedicate the beautiful new Meridian Idaho Temple to the Lord. When we see our temples around the world, may they ever remind us that the Savior is in our midst. I pray that we may always act as though we are in His presence.
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