What It Means To Have Real Intent

When we are searching for the truth, we need to have “real intent”. But what does it mean to have real intent? How do we gain real intent?

The Adventures of a Pinoy Mormon Teen

Ever wondered what life as Pinoy Mormon Teen is like? Here is a list of the common adventures, and sometimes misadventures that goes on in their lives.

What God’s plan is NOT

God’s plan for us includes coming to Earth to learn and gain experience. A perfect or pre-destined life with identical experiences is not part of that plan.


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One of the best ways to understand what God’s plan is, is to first know what God’s plan isn’t.
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If we are humble and teachable, the Holy Ghost will prompt us to improve and lead us home, but we need to ask the Lord for directions along the way. — Larry R. Lawrence
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You no longer stand on neutral ground. Your faith will grow not by chance, but by choice.
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"Build bridges; don’t destroy them.

Even when you are not at fault—perhaps especially when you are not at fault—let love conquer pride.

If you do this, whatever adversity you are facing will pass, and because of the love of God in your hearts, contention will fade. These principles of saving relationships apply to all of us, regardless of whether we are married, divorced, widowed, or single. We all can be saviors of strong families."

— Dieter F Uchtdorf
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Sometimes in our lives, we feel restless, worried and overly anxious. A mix of all three can be overwhelming. But remember to breathe.
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