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It would be a difficult world to live in if we could never be forgiven for our mistakes, if we could never purify ourselves and move on. The mercy and grace of Jesus Christ are not limited to those who commit sins either of commission or omission, but they encompass the promise of everlasting peace to all who will accept and follow Him and His teachings. His mercy is the mighty healer, even to the wounded innocent.
I recently received a letter from a woman who reported having endured great suffering in her life.
A terrible wrong, which she did not identify but alluded to, had been committed against her. She admitted that she struggled with feelings of great bitterness. The guilt that accompanies mistakes can be washed away.
"The Reason" is a song by American rock band Hoobastank, released on April as the second single from their second studio album of the same name. Lyrics to "The Reason" song by Hoobastank: I'm not a perfect person There's many things I wish I didn't do But I continue learning I never mean.
If we seek to understand His Atonement, we will come to a deep reverence for the Lord Jesus Christ, His earthly ministry, and His divine mission as our Savior. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was restored to move throughout the world the knowledge of the life and teachings of the Savior.
This great conference is being broadcast in 94 languages by satellite to countries but is also available on the Internet to every nation where the Church is present. We have over 3, stakes.
Our full-time missionary force exceeds 88,, and total Church membership has passed 15 million. But no matter how large the organization of the Church becomes or how many millions of members join our ranks, no matter how many continents and countries our missionaries enter or how many different languages we speak, the true success of the gospel of Jesus Christ will be measured by the spiritual strength of its individual members. We need the strength of conviction that is found in the heart of every loyal disciple of Christ.
A testimony of the hope of redemption is something which cannot be measured or counted.
Jesus Christ is the source of that hope. We seek to strengthen the testimonies of the young and old, the married and single.
We need to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ to men, women, and children, those of every race and nationality, the rich and the poor. We need the recent convert and those among our numbers descended from the pioneers.
We need to seek out those who have strayed and assist them to return to the fold. Each member of this Church as an individual is a critical element of the body of the Church.
Each member serves as a testimony of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. We are at war with the forces of the adversary, and we need each and every one of us if we are going to succeed in the work the Savior has for us to do.
Certainly Joseph Smith felt very alone at times. Joseph knelt to pray, and what marvelous things have come about as a result of that prayer and the First Vision. He lives.