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Don’t let “FOMO” — the fear of missing out — delay the choice to commit to the Savior and His gospel path, Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles told young adults during a worldwide devotional on Sunday, Jan. 12.
“Don’t hesitate or hold back any longer but get on with your purpose and mission in life,” he said. “Mortality is so short. Make this time count so that your eternity will be one of joy, not regret.”
Speaking of choice and commitment, Elder Christofferson addressed three types of fears young adults might have in committing to the Savior and invited them to “be all in, giving and receiving freely.”
His wife, Sister Kathy Christofferson, also spoke during the devotional broadcast from the UCCU Center on the campus of Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah. She testified that the Lord provides a way to keep His commandments, “especially when we are trying to do all we can.”
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Jan KingJanuary 14, 2020
I'm experiencing greater peace as I've embraced JOMO.....the JOY OF MISSING OUT! When I joined the church almost 5 decades ago I made life style changes which brought peace into my life which I had never known! That has continued as other changes have come about due to health and aging, but the principle remains the same.