Category: Eternal Family

“Watch Out For Sharks!”

It was just a family home evening game that all members of the family enjoyed. Little did they know it will become a reality when they get older.

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Build or Break Your Chain of Generations: The Choice is Yours

Each of us is in the middle of the generations—a chain of eternal family that wants to be together forever. The choices we make today can either break or build that chain. What we do in this life affects generations before and after us. Generations before us One of the greatest responsibilities that the Lord has laid upon us is to seek after our dead and perform saving ordinances for them. Prophets are stressing the importance of this work because “they without us should not be made perfect” (Hebrews 11:40) and “neither can we without our dead be made...

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Knowing that the strait and narrow path would be strewn with trials and that failures would be a daily occurrence for us, the Savior paid an infinite price to give us as many chances as it would take to successfully pass our mortal probation. The opposition which He allows can often seem insurmountable and almost impossible to bear, yet He doesn’t leave us without hope. — Lynn G. Robbins
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