Faith & Hope
When we choose faith and hope we repel fear and discouragement. Faith and hope work together, supporting each other. They can empower us with strength beyond our own. With faith and hope we can confidently move forward knowing that in the end all will work for our good. We exercise faith and show our hope whenever we work towards a worthy goal.
Jeffery R Holland
Dieter F Utchdorf
Talking about Grief & Loss
#4 How do you regain Hope & Faith after loss?
This is the first of a two part discussion. Today we will be discussing why hope and faith are so critical to healing. We discuss how to find Hope again and how faith and hope connect to each other.
#5 How do act in Faith and battle Doubts?
This is the second video in a two part discussion. Today we will be talking more about how we can act in faith in difficult circumstances and how we can handle doubts.
From the Editors Desk
Acting on even a twig of faith gives God the power to grow it. We wish to encourage those who in the midst of hard trials who feel their faith may be fading under the onslaught of troubles.
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