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The final weapon in our arsenal is charity—ultimately the greatest of the three principles discussed here (see 1 Corinthians 13:13; Moroni 7:46–47).Consider that our fears can cause us to become preoccupied with our own issues to the point that we become blind to the needs of those around us.
Hope in God, His goodness, and His power refreshes us with courage during difficult challenges.
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“Hope through the Atonement of Jesus Christ,” Ensign, Nov. 1998, 61 Hope through the Atonement of Jesus Christ
By combining online learning with religious education, BYU-Pathway Worldwide inspires hope, opening new opportunities in higher education to learn by study and by faith.
An Answer to a Prayer Tory and her two young sons were left homeless after her addiction to Meth. Giving herself completely to the Lord, Tory received an unexpected answer to her prayers.
Hope Leads (1:31)—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the First Presidency talks about hope. Consider showing this video to help students understand how faith, hope, and charity are essential to our salvation.
Real hope is much more than wishful musing. It stiffens, not slackens, the spiritual spine.
1 We a believe in b God, the Eternal Father, and in His c Son, Jesus Christ, and in the d Holy Ghost.. 2 We believe that men will be a punished for their b own sins, and not for c Adam’s transgression.. 3 We believe that through the a Atonement of Christ, all b mankind may be c saved, by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gospel.. 4 We believe that the first principles and a ...
You don’t have to experience the sorrow caused by sin, the pain caused by others’ actions, or the painful realities of mortality—alone.