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What Breaking Through a Roof Teaches Us About Charity

What Breaking Through a Roof Teaches Us About Charity

Charity is one of the key principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Alongside the first great commandment to love God, Christ said the second was to “love thy neighbour as thyself” (Matthew 22:39). In a general way, we all understand the need to have charity and what it means to love others. However, charity works on an individual level …

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Your Daily Dose of LDS Inspiration! – October 8, 2016

Scripture “Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,” – 1 Corinthians 13:4 Quote “Plead for a desire to be filled with the gift of charity, the pure love of Christ.” – Silvia H. Allred Video Meme This Day in LDS History 1829: Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery purchase a large Bible from …

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The Angels Among Us

There are angels among us. Elder Jeffrey R. Holland said, “From the beginning down through the dispensations, God has used angels as His emissaries in conveying love and concern for His children…Usually such beings are not seen. Sometimes they are. But seen or unseen they are always near. Sometimes their assignments are very grand and have significance for the whole world.” …

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Why Charity Isn’t a Checklist

I feel like charity can be over-complicated. It can be thought that if we need faith, there must be hope, and both require charity; or that hope without faith is nothing. Either way, faith, hope, and charity always seem to go hand in hand, as if one is not complete without the other. Moroni 10:21 says, “And except ye have charity ye can …

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What Would You Say to the Son of Laban?

What Would You Say to the Son of Laban?

Something unusual happened to me last Sunday. Our high councilman’s wife spoke and she knocked it out of the park. It was, hands down, one of the best talks I’ve heard in a long time. She began gruesomely. Imagine she said, we were out for a run in the morning and we notice something strange in the street. Upon closer …

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