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DeloresJuly 29, 2017

Rusty, Trax is the transit system.

RustyJuly 28, 2017

Sorry, I got stuck on Trax. What is it? Why was he on/in/at it? Because I don't understand I can't finish reading the article

GPAGEJuly 28, 2017

Thank you for this-I too found myself in need of "a better day" Heavenly Father always finds a way to bless me through others and I am so grateful for that. For unconditional love and helping me to feel worthy of it inspite of my unworthiness.

Leonie GoodwinJuly 26, 2017

Thank you for this story of courage and hope. It was the message I needed today.

DeniseJuly 26, 2017

Beautiful. Simply Beautiful, and I thank you !

Arden HansenJuly 26, 2017

Conversely, Father says to "Behold my Beloved Son" (3N11:7) We are to look deeply into his heart, his purpose and mission and really see just who it is that was sent to us. We will never tire or be disappointed with that focus.

AndyJuly 24, 2017

I cannot resist taking the time to read an article written by you. That's because you have proven your gift to me over and over again. You have been given the gift of conveying the Spirit through the written word in just about everything you feel inspired to share. I believe that it must be because of the humility you have learned through your life's trials. Thank you for making a difference!

Becky WilliamsJuly 23, 2017

I have often wondered that when I meet the Father and the Son in Heaven whether they will address me by my formal name, Rebecca, or my familiar name, Becky. I now realize that it doesn't matter because whatever they address me by will be what is familiar to them and me because they know me intimately. They will "see" me.

ChaseJuly 23, 2017

This was an old unread email that stood out to me. This article has been a blessing and a powerful reminder. The Lord knew I needed to hear this at this time. Thank you for being an instrument in His hands.

Harold RustJuly 22, 2017

This was an inspiring story for me. I am retired, have completed a couple of missions, and financially am reasonably secure--- but am now searching for what do i do with the rest of my life to make some kind of meaningful contribution. These examples helped remind me about a broader perspective on life. Thanks for the uplift.

KurtJuly 22, 2017

Love the story

Jeanette WJuly 21, 2017

What a marvelous story. We have a loving friend in the Savior--there is none better.

Glenda KoernigJuly 21, 2017

I love this!

Julianne Binkhurst TrotterJuly 21, 2017

Thank you for this tender story. It touched my heart, and came at the perfect time. The Lord does know us, perfectly, and knows how to succor us. In knowing Him, we may also come to know how and when we can help others, in simple yet meaningful ways, as He does.

Abbie vianesJuly 21, 2017

Rampant illness in a family or other life's hard hits are very difficult and we all have felt discouraged at times. This is a beautiful story of how in-tune our prophet and apostles are to stop and say something so specific rather than the normal "have a great day." I think it is important Dan to know that you are not "just" a plumber; plumbers are indispensable to the ongoing functioning of our society. We cannot live without plumbers! But more importantly you are a son of God and have the same value and worth as our church leaders in the eyes of God.



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