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A Struggle Designed by Providence

THEY WERE BELIEVERS WITH STEVE FARRELL George Washington, 1778 On 15 October 1778, General George Washington, Commander In Chief of the Continental Army, responds by letter...

You Wont Be Saved, If You Look Back

Old World Witness For Christ And Jesus said unto him, No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the...

You Are Saved, If You Endure

American Scripture And again, I would that ye should learn that he only is saved who endureth unto the end. Even so. Amen. Source: Doctrine and...

Nil Desperandum — Samuel Adams

"Nil deperandum" (Never despair), Adams reminded his friend. "That is a motto for you and me. All are not dead. And where there is a spark of patriotic fire, we will rekindle it." Liberty Letters, Sam Adams

Hold On Thy Way — Donald L. Hallstrom

His most exemplary act, the Atonement, required Jesus to descend “below all things” and suffer “the pains of all men”. Thus we understand the Atonement has broader purpose than providing a means to overcome sin. This greatest of all earthly accomplishments gives the Savior the power to fulfill this promise: “If ye will turn to the Lord with full purpose of heart, and put your trust in him, and serve him with all diligence . . . , if ye do this, he will . . . deliver you out of bondage”. - A Way of Life, Donald L. Hallstrom

Icebound: The Story of Shackleton's Antarctic Voyage

In 1914, Shackleton had led his intrepid crew on a mission to cross the Antarctic Continent. In 1916 he achieved a far greater glory: he brought all of his men home alive. Of the two year ordeal the great explorer wrote: “We had pierced the veneer of outside things…. We had seen God in his splendors, heard the text that nature renders. We had reached the naked soul of man.” -- Dennis Behreandt

Icebound: The Story of Shackleton’s Antarctic Voyage

In 1914, Shackleton had led his intrepid crew on a mission to cross the Antarctic Continent. In 1916 he achieved a far greater glory: he brought all of his men home alive. Of the two year ordeal the great explorer wrote: “We had pierced the veneer of outside things…. We had seen God in his splendors, heard the text that nature renders. We had reached the naked soul of man.” -- Dennis Behreandt

Hold On A Little Longer — Dieter F. Uchtdorf

A Way of Life, Dieter F. Uchtdorf Excerpt from Dieter F. Uchtdorf's January 2010 First Presidency Message, Hold On a Little Longer. President Harold B....

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