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10 Beloved Quotes from Sister Patricia T. Holland

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As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints mourn the passing of Sister Patricia Terry Holland, we take a look back at some of her most powerful teachings. 

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“Coincidence is a small miracle in which God chooses to remain anonymous.” – A Quiet Heart

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“Second only to dedicated temples, our homes are to be sacred edifices of the Lord, places of peace and holiness and sanctity.” – A Quiet Heart

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“We are children of God and must see ourselves as God sees us, recognizing the positive in ourselves, the part God loves so much, even as we work on what we may think are our freckles and warts and blemishes and big noses. You can change how you see yourself. You can!” – Be Renewed in the Spirit of your Mind

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“How does one fill the measure of his or her creation? We do so by thrusting in a sickle and reaping with all our strength—and by rejoicing in our uniqueness and our difference.” – Filling the Measure of Your Creation

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“Take your fears to the Lord. Talk to him and listen to him. Then, if you feel a spiritual motion as tiny as the touch that a butterfly’s wing might make, acknowledge it, heed it, and let his influence work upon you. The Lord wants you to succeed even more than you want to yourself.” – Fear Not

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“When Jesus called Peter to come to Him across the water, Peter, for one brief, glorious moment, forgot he did not know how and strode with ease across the sea. This is how we are meant to be.” – Walking on the Water

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“Satan uses that very delicate line between self-confidence and pride to blind us. He can keep us so frenzied in our efforts to protect our self-esteem that we are blinded to the one quality that would assure it—true dependence upon the Lord.” – Becoming “Meek and Lowly in Heart”

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“Our health and our wholeness are unquestionably linked with our holiness. We need very much for body, mind, and spirit to come together, to unite in one healthy, stable soul.” – The Soul’s Center

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“Please stop running to the point of exhaustion. Be quiet. Be still. Simplify. Be meek and lowly of heart and pray. I testify that miracles will come when we slow down, when we calm down and when we kneel down. All that the Father has can one day be yours. What a truly hopeful way to face your future.” – New Year Message of Hope 2023

Patricia T. Holland Quote

“We have to pray as the ancients prayed. We are women now, not children, and are expected to pray with maturity. The words most often used to describe urgent, prayerful labor are wrestle, plead, cry, and hunger…In some sense, prayer may be the hardest work we will ever be engaged in, and perhaps it should be.” – A Quiet Heart

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Aleah Ingram
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.

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