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"I Will Go Before Your Face." March 2017 Visiting Teaching

I am really loving the visiting teaching messages so far this year! January's message was about the purpose of Relief Society.  I though that was an especially timely message, and a contrast to the women's march that happened that month.  Last month, the message was about Christ's atonement being evidence of God's love.  This month, the message is about the enabling power of Christ's atonement.  

These visiting teaching messages have reminded me that there is an inherent power in love, and that by aligning ourselves with Jesus Christ we can all be strengthened, individually and collectively. I can have peace even in trying times, and can confidently go forward in life.  

Photo caption:  "I will go before your face.  I will be on your right hand and on your left, and my Spirit shall be in your hearts, and mine angels round about you, to bear you up." (Doctrine and Covenants 84:88)


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Thanks for love, peace, and assurance that comes through Jesus Christ.

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  1. This message resonates with the one in my heart. I believe that we have to go about things in a loving manner if we wish to effect positive change. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. This is great and shows the truth. Nice job

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