By churchgirl
6/1/2012 1:20:10 PM
i know its been forever since i have been on here but i wanted to give everyone an update.

on 4/15/12 i completely confessed all of my sins to my branch president and what a relief/nerve racking experience that was. i was extremely nervous (which is typical, i know) but after i confessed it felt as though a million pounds had been lifted off of my shoulders, it felt amazing to know that i was going to be as pure as someone who had just been baptized which is what i longed for for a long time.

the repercussions were not as bad as i thought they would be, as some of you know i was thinking i would get the worse possible scernio, but i definately felt the love that the Savior has for all of us, and how much it does hurt him when we sin but that He is our biggest cheerleader when we are trying to change ourselves back into being Christlike and the way we should be.

i want to bare my testimony that I know that the repentance process can be a difficult road but with the love and support of the Savior we can get through our trials. I know that we have a living prophet on this earth today and that he is here to guide and direct us. I am very grateful for the Atonement and what it has done for me in my life.
I say these things in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

if anyone would like i can put out my email and people can email me for support and uplifting words.

again thanks again for all the love and support!


Way to go!    
"Well done! So happy you took that step. Thank you for sharing your experience, your thoughts, and your testimony.

posted at 18:32:56 on June 1, 2012 by beclean

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