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The battle is the Lord’s — Missionaries on Hi-Five Live discusses how we need to rely on Jesus Christ

If you feel overwhelmed or like the odds are stacked against you, check out this video.
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Trust in the Lord’s will and timetable. You will be supported in your trials and afflictions when you show your faith in Him.

 

 

When we place trust only in our own knowledge, we miss out on the special relationship we could be building with our Heavenly Father and our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Proverbs 3:5–6 reminds us to “trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.”

There are many things in life that can distract us from the stabilizing power that comes from trusting in our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. But if we will go back to the basics—prayer, daily scripture study, and attending our Church meetings—with trust in mind, our lives will feel balanced in ways that are impossible to achieve on our own.

Heavenly Father is pleased with us when we seek to discover truths. He loves teaching us line upon line, precept on precept. As we strive to learn and have faith in Him, He will bless us to see things as they really are.

 

 

The testimony of a young woman is strengthened as she recognizes the Lord’s hand in providing for her family.

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