And others are allowed to see our imperfections too, by the way.

I used to think that strength was manifest through effortless success. Christ’s life tells a different story.

*San Diego California Temple* “Sometimes our minds are so beset with problems, and there are so many things clamoring for attention at once that we just cannot think clearly and see clearly. At the temple the dust of distraction seems to settle out, the fog and the haze seem to lift, and we can "see" things that we were not able to see before and find a way through our troubles that we had not previously known.” — Boyd K. Packer

Everyone has a place in Christ’s Plan of Salvation.

There is true power to be gained through meek obedience.

Been thinking about this lately. What are your thoughts?

*Rexburg Idaho Temple* “No matter how lost the world at large may be, no matter how depraved or degenerate it may become, there is yet a bright light of hope for those individuals who have a faith in Christ.” — Tad R. Callister

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*Nauvoo Illinois Temple* “Spend more time—much more time—in places where the Spirit is present. That means more time with friends who are seeking to have the Spirit with them. Spend more time on your knees in prayer, more time in the scriptures, more time in family history work, more time in the temple. I promise you that as you consistently give the Lord a generous portion of your time, He will multiply the remainder.” — Russell M. Nelson

You got to love the Temple


So true! And I promise you it will make people want to be around you as much as possible too because it’s an amazing feeling! #ldsconf #lds #mormon #standinholyplaces #havepeace

“True disciples love to ‘stand in holy places’ and love to make holy the places where they stand. Wherever they go, they bring the love of the Lord and peace to the hearts of others.”
--Elder Massimo De Feo

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