Sometimes just one small moment, one small gesture can change someone's entire life for the better. See how two Indian boys, Dharma and Devendran, were changed by a small act of kindness.
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Bruce A. Van Orden has completed a comprehensive biography of one of the most interesting converts to early Mormonism. "We’ll Sing and We’ll Shout: The Life and Times of W. W. Phelps" chronicles the vast contributions of Phelps to early Mormonism and the attempts to build Zion. Phelps’s activities went far beyond composing his noteworthy hymns.
The enemy of family cohesion will be conflict arising both within and outside of the family. If a family member feels used, cheated, conned, injured, omitted or otherwise abused in any intra-family relationship, personal justice or fairness most likely will become the driving value.
I knew things were going to be interesting in my class of five-year-olds at church when Brittany came in. She looked like a walking storm cloud. “Is something wrong, Brittany?” I asked. She let out an elongated gasp. “Do I look like a baby to you?” she asked. “No,” I replied. “Why do you ask?”
Throughout my life, I have always been able to rely on the promise that God would hear and answer my prayers. Over and over again, I experienced the reassuring feeling of peace that the decisions I was making in my life were in line with the plan God had in mind for me. I knew what it felt like to receive an answer to my prayers, and I felt complete confidence in my decisions as a result. All of that changed two and a half years ago.
How does reading the book of Psalms in its ancient context change its meaning? (Supplement to Gospel Doctrine Lesson 25).