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Gospel (To Ponder On)

{Thought provoking, self evaluating, humble making and possibly life changing} "Our motives and thoughts ultimately influence our actions. Jesus repeatedly emphasized the power of good thoughts and proper motives: 'Look unto me in every thought; doubt not, fear not' (D&C 6:36). - Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Do the scriptures teach that Lucifer wanted to force us to be obedient? Could the devil really make you do it?

Religious freedom still possible | Deseret News

Religious freedom still possible

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UNCLUTTER YOUR LIFE - LDS.org - "A cluttered life is a life that you do not have control of. It is a life in which the things you have surrounded yourself with, and allow to use up your time, are controlling you and negatively influencing your happiness and eternal progress."

Of Fruit and Poison: We Are Not Ants by Carrie :)

Parenthood and the Atonment - “One of the questions we must ask of our Heavenly father in private prayer is this: “What have I done today, or not done, which displeases Thee? If I can only know, I will repent with all my heart without delay.’ That humble prayer will be answered. And the answers will surely include the assurance that asking today was better than waiting to ask tomorrow.” (Henry B. Eyring, Ensign, November 1999,

Priesthood Quiz | The Red Headed Hostess

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youtu.be/VPbDZnrxBLM The still, small, quiet, penetrating voice of the Spirit whispers. Popular music, radio shows, computer games, television programs, or inordinate use of other media for instance can sometimes reduce our ability to receive spiritual promptings. Often the Lord can’t get through to us because we’re distracted, not seeking, or not listening for His voice. We need to turn the world’s noise down, or turn it off, and enjoy the peace that the Holy Ghost can bring.

Public dissent and private responsibility = prayer

"For I was hungry, while you had all you needed. I was thirsty, while you drank bottled water. I was a stranger, and you wanted me deported. I needed clothes, but you needed more clothes. I was sick, and you pointed out the behaviors that led to my sickness. I was in prison, and you said I was getting what I deserved."  What a provocative modern twist, right?