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In the 12 years since Elder Neil L. Andersen was called as an Apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ, he has experienced sacred moments, “unspeakable experiences and feelings that I never anticipated in my life, assuring me of the reality of Jesus Christ,” he related in a devotional broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 21.
As a “friend and fellow disciple” motivated by love and respect, Elder Andersen testified to French-speaking young adult Latter-day Saints “that your faith in Jesus Christ is not in vain. You will see Him again. All the world will know He is the Son of God.”
Elder Andersen’s live broadcast was the first of six area devotionals designed to reach Latter-day Saint young adults around the world.
The modern Apostle began by sharing the words of the ancient Apostle Paul, “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1).
“Substance. Evidence. This is what faith is,” Elder Andersen said. “This is what belief is. It is real. It is part of our inner being. Our spirits long to believe in God and long to have faith in Christ.”
Elder Andersen then shared six belief-related injunctions.
1. “Believe in God”
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