Repentance

    A grumpy childhood moment helped shape Sister Cordon’s understanding of prayer.
    When we repent, Christ will lift us from our wandering paths, help us deal with the hardships, and safely deliver us to the summit where we can see our eternal potential and experience everlasting joy.'
    In the Come, Follow Me readings for August 26-September 1, 2019, the Apostle Paul teaches: “God …will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape” (1 Corinthians 10:13).
    His example of repentance is a miracle in my life that will always be proof for me that faith in Jesus Christ truly does change lives.
    “I wish I had known that there was a place I could go for peace, to share my yoke with Him, to learn about the plan of salvation.” Elder Joaquin E. Costa
    He simply did not understand why anyone would want to repent.
    The Spirit whispered in his ear, “Remember what you promised Me.”
    “Suddenly, I realized that by serving others all my life, I had already been serving our Holy Father.”
    Three missionary stories explore the heavenly blessings of taking time to stop and interact with strangers.
    “There was something about that first church visit. I left with a giddy-up feeling I hadn’t felt in years.”
    “In this spiritual application, “RICE” can stand for Repentance, Imparting of ourselves to others, Covenants and Endurance.”
    My whole surroundings became quiet and I heard a voice telling me not to do it.