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Douglas E. BagleyJanuary 2, 2015

The most powerful scripture used for action that I've found substantiates what you learned today. That is found in 1st Corinthians 10:13-14. Memorize this. Go over every phrase. Be grateful you are human, can feel every emotion possible, and practice vs. 14. Vs. 14 tells us to FLEE idolatry (substitute evil for idolatry.) Stop thinking of anything evil. Do ANYTHING praiseworthy, the Church has given us plenty of things we can do, i.e. geneology, family histories, etc. Like driving, we all use a rear view mirror. If we dwell on the past too much, it drastically changes our potential in the present and the future. It stops progression and we will surely crash into bitterness and loss of hope. You loved your husband for who he was. That includes his faults, his mistakes, and his mortal weaknesses. He loved you for who you were, which includes your weaknesses and faults. Thank Heaven we can work things out again. I always say when someone dies that missionary transfers happen. He is serving in a different place. Rather than dwell on future conversations, do what you can do now. Read about others who have successfully forgiven people. There are many of us. Bless the lives of all people you meet. Have them over for dinner once a month, get to know people in your ward. Dwelling on our mistakes is crippling. The present and future is yours. Use it wisely.



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