As we rebuild our lives from the ashes of loss and grief, we can an opportunity to be introspective and to make personal course corrections. Loss often instills in us a desire to BE better people. As we make those changes and work on BECOMING we will feel a greater measure of personal peace and satisfaction. Doing good and being good allows us to more freely feel God’s love.
David A Bednar
Quentin L Cook
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Many of us have wondered if God knows us or if He even exists. Todd was someone who made fun of people who thought God was real, and he wasn’t surprised when he didn’t get an immediate answer to a prayer. But could God be giving us small but obvious answers? And how patient do we need to be to get those answers? You can find hope in God & Jesus Christ and know for a surety that they exist and love you. He can give you the power to change and to have hope again in your life.
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