Remember, “Faith builds on the past but never longs to stay there. Faith trusts that God has great things in store for [you]. [Don’t] dwell on days now gone. The past is to be learned from but not lived in. Look ahead, remember[ing] that faith is always pointed toward the future. The best is yet to be.” From #ElderHolland’s pinterest.com/pin/24066179231042235 inspiring message speeches.byu.edu/talks/jeffrey-r-holland_remember-lots-wife; lds.org/ensign/2010/01/the-best-is-yet-to-be…
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“I acknowledge the reality of opposition and adversity, but I bear witness of the God of Glory, of the redeeming Son of God, of light and hope and a bright future. I promise you that God lives and loves you, each one of you, and that he has set bounds and limits to the opposing powers of darkness.” From #ElderHolland’s pinterest.com/pin/24066179231042235 inspiring #BYUdevo message speeches.byu.edu/talks/jeffrey-r-holland_cast-not-away-therefore-your-confidence. #ShareGoodness
The biggest barrier to our connection with God - feeling unworthy. Excellent quote by Elder Holland on repentance: “You can change anything you want to change, and you can do it very fast. That’s another satanic suckerpunch—that it takes years and years and eons of eternity to repent. It takes exactly as long to repent as it takes you to say, ‘I’ll change’—and mean it” (“For Times of Trouble” [Brigham Young University devotional, Mar. 18, 1980], speeches.byu.edu).
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