President Uchtdorf Encourages Young Adults to Discover Truth - Church News and Events
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf said it is more important than ever to learn how to correctly discern between truth and error during a CES devotional address at the BYU Marriot Center in Provo, Utah, January 13, 2013.
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In his talk entitled “Be strong and of a good courage”, President Monson warned, “Decisions are constantly before us which can determine our destiny. In order for us to make the correct decisions, courage is needed—the courage to say no when we should, the courage to say yes when that is appropriate, and the courage to do the right thing because it is right.” He goes on to discuss the strength and courage needed by each of us in standing for what is right in any situation we find ourselves…
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Charity is having patience with someone who has let us down
Charity is having patience with someone who has let us down. It is resisting the impulse to become offended easily. It is accepting weaknesses and shortcomings. It is accepting people as they truly are. It is looking beyond physical appearances to attributes that will not dim through time. It is resisting the impulse to categorize other.