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LIGHT THE WORLD

I found I was a week behind so there are two video’s of “Light The World” for you here.     🙂 🙂

 

Jesus taught, “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” Discover ways that you can help someone next door or across your community at http://www.lighttheworld.org

 

The Bible says, “He that loveth his brother abideth in the light.” Visit http://www.lighttheworld.org for ideas on how you can show love to your family this season.

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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

 

 

A photograph of pink blossoms combined with a quote by Sister Burton: “We can expect heaven’s help.”

 

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An image of grass in a grove of trees combined with a quote by Elder Gong: “To be worthy does not mean to be perfect.”

 

A background of plants growing in a field at sunset, paired with a quote from Devin G. Durrant: “Small efforts … produce significant results.”

LDS General Conference read or watch

If you missed the LDS General Conference – no worries, you can still read or watch any talk you would like, there are many subjects covered or just the one. Depends on how ya look at it, but believe me they’re all GREAT! 🙂

https://www.lds.org/general-conference?cid=HP_SA_23-9-2017_dGC_fBCAST_xLIDyL1-B_&lang=eng

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