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Christ Centered Home- handout for LDS young women lesson

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On Saturday, I had a very uplifting evening listening to the words of inspired #LDSchurch leaders. I decided to make a little something with my favorite quotes from the #WomensMeeting in preparation for #ldsconf and I will be sharing them through the week. I hope they can bring some inspiration to your life as well, and if they do, you are welcome to share! This quote right here just makes me feel grateful for everything we have to go through during this life because, as hard as the trials ...

Shaquille’s Story about the Book of Mormon

I APPRECIATE HIM SHARING   🙂

 

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I like this because we are reminded not to hurt ourelves with thoughts of failure, be good to yourself, like what you ARE doing right now.

Please don't nag yourself with thoughts of failure.  Don't set goals far beyond your capacity to achieve.  Simply do what you can do, in the best way you know how, and the Lord will accept your efforts. ~ Pres. Gordon B. Hinckley

 

The Power of Prayer

Sometimes I feel so alone until I say a little prayer, then I’m more than ok.

 

Reach Up to Him in Faith

 

 

Today, we’re faced with unique challenges. It’s comforting to know that God never intended for us to go through them alone. In a general conference address entitled “Drawing the Power of Jesus Christ into Our Lives,” President Russell M. Nelson explained, “God so loved the world that He sent His Only Begotten Son to help us. And His Son, Jesus Christ, gave His life for us. All so that we could have access to godly power” (Ensign or Liahona, May 2017, 39). Every day we’re given the opportunity to reach out and tap into this divine power by putting our faith in Jesus Christ. A New Testament example highlighted in this video is that of the woman who “had an issue of blood twelve years” and was made whole by simply touching Jesus’s clothing. Jesus knelt and explained to her that it was her faith in Him that had made her whole (see Mark 5:25–34). “When you spiritually stretch beyond anything you have ever done before, then His power will flow into you.” —President Russell M. Nelson

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