With a world leaning towards moral relativism and extreme tolerance, President Nelson emphasized, “The arbiter of truth is God—not your favorite social media news feed, not Google, and certainly not those who are disaffected from the Church.” Whether we believe it or not, there is a difference between right and wrong because divine laws “operate in and affect each of our lives” no matter what.
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A year had gone by since she was hit by a car while serving a full-time mission in Curitiba, Brazil. One afternoon in the Dallas Texas Temple, after months of physical therapy and working to regain movement in her leg, McDown believed she had done everything she could. While she accepted God’s will for her, she knew that if anything about her situation was going to change, He was the only one who could make it happen.