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Move forward with faith
By Stonecarver
8/3/2015 4:03:28 AM
Well it's my first blog entry in a very long time! Since my last entry I have walked the path of repentance for my faults and sins and now I know and feel the atonement in my life constantly! At the same time I get tons of support from my parents and my church leaders, who are constantly encouraging my to do my best to move on from not only my addiction but from the dark past I set for myself! After making the right decisions I've truly have become converted into the fold of Christ, and now I'm just getting ready to serve my mission with a clear conscience and a contrived spirit! Speaking of missions I'm finally meeting with the stake president to turn in my papers and then later on recieve the Melchizedek priesthood! So everything is finally working out. Sorry I went dark for a while there but I needed to figure things out before I could ce back on and so now I'm on again! Thanks for your support by the way I really needed it!

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gladto hear your progress!    
"Awesome to hear your progress. Keep up the good work!"
posted at 23:22:17 on August 3, 2015 by sjanderson1


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"Just as the landfill requires dedicated work and attention, laboriously applying layer after layer of fill to reclaim the low-lying ground, our lives also require the same vigilance, continually applying layer after layer of the healing gift of repentance.…Our Father in Heaven and His Son, Jesus Christ, feel sorrow when we choose to remain in sin, when the gift of repentance made possible through the Atonement can clean, reclaim, and sanctify our lives. When we gratefully accept and use this precious gift, we can enjoy the beauty and usefulness of our lives... "

— Shayne M. Bowen

General Conference October 2006