Heavenly Father is aware of me and will not leave me comfortless, but it is my responsibility to reach out and use those tools He has made available for me.
My Addiction Recovery Program support group meetings have become one of the holiest places on the earth for me.
I testify that I have heard Him as I have sought Him even during this hard and trying year.
When I feel the Spirit, that means that all three of Them are close to me—closer than I ever dreamed possible and more often that I could have ever imagined.
To this day, my conscience springs into action if I watch too much TV. What a time waster.
The physical isolation caused by a pandemic is compelling people to reach out in new ways, listen with new ears, to seek truths, and turn their hearts to their families.
My heart is full of gratitude for the many enlightening truths that the Lord has seen fit to give me.
Elder Uchtdorf encouraged today’s missionaries to reach out to people in person or through modern technology.
Maintaining courage as an integral part of humility is a concept that gives me hope that the Lord will guide me through any problems or challenges that I may face.
I didn’t feel like I could control the decisions of my husband’s company, the economy, or a worldwide pandemic, but I knew how to have faith. And that thought filled me with hope.
How we as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints respond to our challenges affects our connection to God and to His Spirit.
There is a palpable influence that beckons viewers to “come unto Christ” (Doctrine and Covenants 20:59) that emanates from the marble creation of the Christus.