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The Lord's Spirit

"I would like to ask now about the Lord’s Spirit. What is that spirit that He puts on us that He has promised? That spirit is the power to know His will and to do His will. It is the power of personal revelation. We know that all righteous power in the universe comes from the Lord. It is His priesthood power that makes everything happen. All the universe, the planets, all the order that happens in this world and others comes about because of the priesthood power of God. He helps revelation happen in our lives. We share in that when we have that spirit. All the gifts and blessings of the priesthood are available to men and women alike. Those blessings such as the Holy Ghost, the priesthood covenants that we find in temples, and the spiritual gifts that are promised to every one of Heavenly Father’s children are given for our benefit."

"With the Lord’s Spirit, weak and simple women can know what to do. I have been to places in the world where women aren’t able to read. Th…

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Paitence & Happiness

"Happiness is found only along that well beaten track, narrow as it is, though straight, which leads to life eternal”  David O McKay 
"How many times do we look for our happiness at a distance in space or time rather than right now, in our own homes, with our own families and friends?" James E. Faust 
“I would desire that ye should consider on the blessed and happy state of those that keep the commandments of God. For behold, they are blessed in all things, both temporal and spiritual; and if they hold out faithful to the end they are received into heaven, that thereby they may dwell with God in a state of never-ending happiness” (Mosiah 2:41).
“Money is an article that may be used as a universal passport to everywhere except heaven, and as a universal provider of everything except happiness.” Henrik Ibsen

I saw this over there so I thought I would share

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Finding Answers

It is not the design of heaven that we be rescued from all difficult situations. Rather it's the Lord's will that we learn to handle them.
- Joseph Fielding McConkie