Repentance

“Part of life is coming up against obstacles such as pornography and pandemics and conquering them, destructive as they are.” (Elder Jeffrey R. Holland)
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 worried too much about what others would think, and I spent the next four years striving to repent.
President Nelson reminds of the Creator’s call for each of us to abandon attitudes of prejudice against any group or individual.
I want to be known as a repenter.
I needed to “empty my backpack” and no longer worry about problems that were not mine.
Our priorities will be clear when our hearts are ready to receive the answers.
As I run, I also pray that I will be able to serve the Lord to the best of my capabilities for that day.
We should not hesitate to invite people to be baptized and confirmed members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Because of the grace of Christ’s infinite atoning sacrifice, starting from where we are is beginning again.
A grumpy childhood moment helped shape Sister Cordon’s understanding of prayer.