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4 Ways We Can Make Sure We Don't Go Less Active. - MyLifeByGogoGoff
I've met hundreds of less active members. Many of whom are RM's who have slipped away from full activity, many still have testimonies, but they've fallen away. The question of Elder Hansen echoes in my ears "What can we do to not go less active?"
Sister Wendy Nelson: How Angels Can Help Us More in Our Lives
One of our hymns teaches us that “angels above us are silent notes taking” of each one of our actions. I’m sure that is true. And when we keep our covenants, they are doing so much more.
4 Signs You're Acting Like a Pharisee and How to Stop Now
The Lord warned in the scriptures that we should be careful not to be like the Pharisees. That counsel didn’t just apply in ancient times. It still applies today, though perhaps in a little bit of a different way.
The Most Important But Forgotten Role of Angels
When someone asked you, "Have you experienced the ministering of angels?" Most members would pause and need to think. They often are thinking "have I seen or heard something from an angel before?" This pause is because the most important role of angels, while taught, it is often not understood.
How a Near-Death Experience Taught One Woman the Gospel Before She Even Knew the LDS Church Existed
When Jane Moe shattered her ankle after her foot slipped into an exposed manhole in 2006, doctors told her she might never walk normally again. Jane and her long-term boyfriend Richard prayed for a miracle, hoping she could be healed. When Jane went into an intensive surgery where doctors attempted to reconstruct her ankle, she never expected that not only would her prayers be answered but that she would glimpse heaven.
How I Lost 140 Pounds by Relying on the Lord
Losing 140 pounds is no easy feat. Just ask Trent Heppler. Never in a million years did he believe that he would one day shed the weight, let alone run a marathon. But Heppler learned that the power to overcome his physical weaknesses—whatever they may be—comes from a spiritual strength gained through the Savior, Jesus Christ.
What "Moon Being Turned to Blood" and "Stars Falling from Heaven" Really Mean for Us in the Last Days
To some people, a few of the more intriguing prophecies about the last days have to do with the sun being darkened, the moon being turned into blood, the stars falling from heaven, and the powers of the heavens being shaken—all before the Second Coming of the Lord.
Why You Should Be More Confident That You'll Make It to the Celestial Kingdom
A seemingly large percentage of us tend to wonder whether we’re really capable of doing all that is necessary to merit a place in that highest of heavenly rewards. In my view, that pessimism or uncertainty is born less of a sense of unworthiness and more of a misunderstanding of God’s great plan and what it is the Lord actually expects of us.
Sister Nelson on Why Believing in Miracles May Not Mean Receiving the Blessing We Desire
I believe in miracles. Actually, I count on them. And, at this point in my life, I believe that the Lord brings us the precise miracles that will help us grow into our true selves, and miracles that will help us do His work.
Elder Rasband and How He Saw God's Works Manifested Through Suffering and the Life of His Grandson
Little Paxton, our grandson, was born with a very rare chromosomal deletion, a genetic disorder that distinguishes him, literally, as one in hundreds of millions. For our daughter and her husband, an uncharted, life-changing journey began when Paxton was born. This experience has become a crucible for learning special lessons tied to the eternities.
Be Ye Therefore Perfect . . . Eventually: 10 Ways to Combat Toxic Perfectionism
Perfectionism is often lauded as a worthwhile and desirable trait, but unfortunately, it is often a toxic one. It leads to setting unrealistic and impossibly high expectations of ourselves and others. It robs us of our happiness, ruins our self-confidence, and hinders our ability to grow. Perfectionism halts our progression. Here are 10 ways to combat toxic perfectionism.
One Scriptural Phrase That Will Help You Look to the Future with Faith
One question that Alma asked the people of Zarahemla is “Do you look forward with an eye of faith?” (Alma 5:15). What does this mean, and how can we look forward with an eye of faith?