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How to Enjoy The Temple If You Have Anxiety

How to Enjoy The Temple If You Have Anxiety

For Latter-day Saints, attending the temple is meant to represent a beautiful communion with God. The House of the Lord offers peace, guidance, and a chance to be nearer to heaven than anywhere else in the world. However, some members of the Church who struggle with mental illnesses can find visiting the temple difficult. Various causes, including small rooms and …

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If Jesus Christ is Sleeping Through Your Storm

If Jesus Christ is Sleeping Through Your Storm

Master, with anguish of spirit I bow in my grief today. The depths of my sad heart are troubled. Oh, waken and save, I pray! Torrents of sin and of anguish Sweep o’er my sinking soul, And I perish! I perish! dear Master. Oh, hasten and take control! We have all had moments in our lives when the words of …

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5 Mental Health Resolutions for Latter-day Saints

5 Mental Health Resolutions for Latter-day Saints

When many people make resolutions for a new year, they often think about physical health, whether it is losing weight or eating healthy foods. However, our mental health is just as important. Maybe you struggle with a mental illness or you simply want to clear and brighten up your life. Here are five mental health resolutions infused with the spirit …

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20 Practical Ways to Give Time to God

20 Practical Ways to Give Time to God

We live in a busy, distraction-filled world. We are plugged in, tuned in, and often going faster than we have the strength to do so. We know we need to give time to God, but how do we do it? It is important to remember that the key to spending time with God, we have to make the time. We …

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Jesus Christ and the Loss of Joseph

Jesus Christ and the Loss of Joseph

Not much is known about Joseph of Nazareth. He doesn’t utter a word in canonical scripture. Only the Gospels of Matthew and Luke mention him as part of the Nativity story. The details included tell us he lived in Nazareth as a carpenter and received four visions instructing him in his marriage and family. Joseph disappears from narrative after Christ’s …

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Practical Steps to Open the Door to Forgiveness

Practical Steps to Open the Door to Forgiveness

If you have been wronged, lied to, abused, or betrayed, you understand. Forgiveness, while a divine and necessary gospel principle, is hard. Sometimes, it may even feel impossible. If you want to start on the road to forgiveness, but don’t know how to begin, here are some practical ideas to help you get started. Pray for a forgiving heart. Forgiveness …

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5 Reasons We Struggle With Our Eternal Potential

5 Reasons We Struggle With Our Eternal Potential

One of the most fundamental truths of the gospel can be found in the words of a beloved Primary song: “I am a child of God.” As children of God, we learn that we are loved by Him and that by following His plan we can gain eternal life. President Dieter F. Uchtdorf once said, “Brothers and sisters, the most …

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What Does It Mean to Worship God?

What Does It Mean to Worship God?

Every day leading up to Christmas, the Church is inviting us to serve and live as Christ did! There are 25 different ideas for the 25 days of Christmas. Today, December 4, features the principle that we can worship God just as Christ did. Truly, even as a master healer and teacher himself, Christ did everything to glorify the Father. …

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When It Seems God Won’t Keep His Promises

When It Seems God Won't Keep His Promise

When considering the attributes of God, the idea that God is perfect in his promise-keeping is one of the most cherished. Latter-day Saints especially hold to this idea when it comes to covenants; through covenants, we fully consecrate our lives with the belief that we are offered eternal progression and opportunity through Jesus Christ. However,  life is rarely as simple …

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Why Vulnerability is Essential to Expressing Gratitude

Why Vulnerability is Essential to Expressing Gratitude

As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us are contemplating how we’d like to give thanks. We may be counting our many blessings, serving others, and eagerly preparing for enriching family traditions. However, expressing genuine and lasting gratitude takes more than clinking your glasses together around the dinner table. It takes constant thought, committed work, and vulnerability, which is difficult for many …

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