Through our discipleship we come to know the nature and truth of who our Heavenly Father is and what he expects of us. To which, the Savior declared, be ye therefore perfect as your Father in Heaven is perfect (Matthew 5:48, Philippians 3:15-16; 3 Nephi 12:48). It means we are to be complete and full as it relates to Our Heavenly Father.
I learned the hard way to face consequences of my own actions and words, and to correct myself when I am wrong. Accepting responsibility and holding myself accountable is essential to becoming spiritually mature. Whether the others may agree or not. I will no longer look for a scapegoat to excuse my own faults.
Three things individuals need in recovery
With the increase, and awareness, of the opioid crisis there is also the ever-increasing number of people coming into recovery and treatment. We must make an increasingly substantial effort to assist them as they find their way to wholeness and peace. Each person stand in need of three things for recovery to, not only be… Continue reading Three things individuals need in recovery
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