Popular LDS author and speaker John Bytheway is known for his gospel insights.
These 11 treasured quotes on the nature of gospel teachings could change your life."When the winds of adversity come, remember one thing--kites fly the very highest against the wind.
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In other words, faith cannot be separated from faithfulness."Found in When Times Are Tough: 5 Scriptures That Will Help You Get Through Almost Anything"So what do we do? All you can do, is all you can do."Found in"A testimony is more like a dimmer switch that makes possible an almost infinite number of settings between total light and total darkness. "Found in"Charity is three-dimensional: it encompasses love for Christ, love from Christ, and love like Christ. A place where we would feel comfortable and relaxed. "Found in "The words 'sin' or 'sins' do not appear anywhere in those two verses [Alma -12]. L." the truthfulness of the gospel through our feelings, our experiences, the many evidences we encounter, and our logical conclusions about how a loving God interacts with His children on the earth.
Just as there are levels of light, there are levels of testimony as well. In other words, to experience the pure love of Christ means to feel Christ's love for you, to love Christ purely yourself, and to love others purely as Christ loves them."Found in "You don't have to face temptation alone, and you never have. But notice the other words—things in addition to sins that Jesus took upon him: pains, afflictions, temptations, sicknesses, and infirmities. Like gradually turning up a dimmer switch, understanding all the ways we F.
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