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HeidiMay 5, 2021
Thank you. Your article has given me a lot to think about as I am trying to change my perspective on my trials. I also find myself questioning whether I have really been forgiven of certain sins and your experience helps me work on that also.
Suzanne BowenMay 2, 2021
So well said and straight to the point...stop making excuses and start making covenants. Thank you.
Jo Ann OkelberryApril 15, 2021
I am so glad I read this. Sometimes I find myself questioning, and I have to correct myself. We can find help and direction from the trials of others.
Marie CellaApril 15, 2021
Your story made my day. So beautifully written. I felt like I was right there with you. You spoke great truth and wisdom. Thank you.
MEBApril 15, 2021
Thank you! This is a wonderful testimony that we need not doubt but continue in faith, while doing our part. We know Heavenly Father will do His, and I, for one, will not weary him further, by asking for confirmation of that which I already know to be true. I appreciate this reminder.
Maryann TaylorApril 15, 2021
I appreciate this very real and down-to-earth article. I am also reminded of President Nelson's talk in conference regarding faith. He taught that we can CHOOSE to believe. I love that.
AubreyApril 14, 2021
That is beautiful, thank you.
Mary J BellApril 14, 2021
Thank-you for this inspirational story Kim-so sorry about the challenges-but you came through them with your family and even stronger for them. Wow!
Debra JonesApril 14, 2021
I love this article. After reading all this woman went through, I can imagine I would have a LOT of doubts about the church too! Her decision to quit questioning after receiving numerous assurances helps me to look at my questions as well. Maybe it's time I put those questions to rest too!
CarolineApril 14, 2021
I posted a link to this on my IG and sent it to friends and family. Spiritual growth is slow, thoughtful and very personal but the Lord always remembers us and keeps His covenants. And looking back I imagine she is grateful for the stolen groceries and laundry, as I am for my “hardships” from my vantage point of old age. Well done article!!
LexaGraemeApril 14, 2021
Thank you for this.
Kay RookhuyzenApril 14, 2021
WOW! Your experiences were mind boggling! But you survived, became stronger and by sharing your experience and the knowledge gained also strengthened me! THANK YOU!!
AnnieApril 14, 2021
Susan MorrisApril 14, 2021
Well said. The question is not whether the Lord is true and faithful but whether we are. The restored gospel is not on trial as some assert: we are.
Pennie KnottApril 14, 2021
Amen Sister! I made a personal promise many years ago to follow Christ, be an active Church member, and follow the prophet. Never revisited that decision. I have been richly blessed and mentored by the Lord, no matter the challenges, for the last 50 years
AnnaApril 14, 2021
I liked this story very much. Thank you!
Anita EApril 14, 2021
What a series of unfortunate events. Oh my. Thank you for this wonderful article about your life and how you found a way to turn things around in your relationship with the church and Heavenly Father.
Gaye WillisApril 14, 2021
Thank you for sharing your powerful experience, which is a great reminder to hold fast to our faith. I was very inspired by it.
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