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47 seconds ago

Why are we so adamant on doing things without help? A burden divided by two people is half the load... are we *realy* so prideful that we become stupid enough to carry the whole burden alone? I personally take what the scriptures promise I pray for help... "that your burdens may be made light" ... that foesnt mean they go away, but I testify from personal experience, they become a non-issue. God blesses you with the talents, the money, the strength, or the endurance you need... if you ask for help. Take him up on it. You wont be disappointed. . . . #burden #load #help #ineedhelp #talents #strength #endurance #encouragement #money #pride #light #hope #ask #seek #knock #willing #god #blessings #obedience #lds #mormon #f4f #happiness

5 minutes ago

Life isn't easy for everyone, we all have trials to overcome. Without those trials we wouldn't be who we are. Sometimes life likes to knock you down, and you don't believe there's a way up. But God is patiently waiting to help you up, you just need to let him in. The time we live in is tough, you feel all these expectations of "perfect" weighing you down, but the only version of "perfect" you should strive to be is more Christ like. He is there, fighting your battles with you. Don't deny his loving help. • • • • #lds #mormon #heisthere #choosetheright #kindness #staystrong #lethimin

23 minutes ago

Sinful People Can Sin Less We’re all defective. We all have parts of our lives that simply don’t work. None of us measure up to a standard of perfection. To pretend like you’ve got it all together when everybody knows you don’t is silly. In fact, the Bible tells us it’s self-deception. You will never be sinless on this planet, but it is possible to sin less. So why is it so hard to change stuff in us that we really don’t like? 1. Because we’ve had our defects so long. Some of our destructive patterns were developed in childhood, perhaps in resistance to a pain or as a stress coping devise. These defects may be self-defeating, but at least they’re familiar! 2. Because we identify with our defects. We often confuse our identity with our defects. When you see yourself connected to your defect, you set yourself up to perpetuate it. 3. Because our defects have a payoff. Whatever is rewarded gets repeated. The payoff for the defects you have in your life may be to mask your pain, cover up a fear, give you an excuse to fail, or compensate for guilt. 4. Because Satan discourages us. Once you start to work on something in your life that you want to change, Satan starts saying, “Who do you think you are? You’re never going to change. You haven’t been able to change in the past. Do you think you’re going to be able to change now? It’s hopeless. It’s not going to work.” Those fears are being planted in your mind by the Devil himself. These things keep us from changing the hurts, habits, and hang-ups that we know are unhealthy. So what does it take to change those deep patterns in my life that I really don’t like about me? #yesus #kristus #amazing #injil #alkitab #doa #beautiful #indonesia #instakatolik #lds #mormon #mormons #quote #instaverse #religion #help #support #peace #true #happy #temple #joy #heaven #sunday #sharegoodness #motivational #cute #baby #boy #girl

56 minutes ago

SE VIENEEE SJSLSKKSJSKSKSKSK YO TE AMO AGUU😂💞💞💞💞 #pfj2017 #mormon

58 minutes ago

PFJ 2017 VAMOS CON TODO KAJDKAJSJAS ESQUE DOMI YO TE AMO #pfj #mormon

2 hours ago

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