Monday, June 21, 2010

Faith in Every Footstep

"For all of us this life is a time of sifting and refining. We all face trials. Individual members in the early days of the Church were tested and refined when they had to decide if they had the faith... to put their belongings in a wagon or a pioneer handcart and travel across the American plains. Some did not have the faith. Those who did, traveled "with faith in every footstep." In our time we are going though an increasingly difficult time of refining and testing. The tests are more subtle becuase the lines between good and evil are being eroded. Very little seems to be sacred in any of our public communication. In this environment we will need to make sure where we stand all of the time in our commitment to eternal truths and covenants." President James E. Faust
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