“If fish could scream there would be fewer fishermen.” My friend, Ted Gibbons, once told me that…just in time to ruin a fishing trip. I have pondered his remark ever since. How many people, hooked by sin or the urgency of their circumstances, helplessly flounder about while inside they are silently screaming?
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Our capacity to forgive is linked to our capacity to love; and our capacity to love is linked to our capacity to become like God. Perhaps more than any other virtue, forgiveness—our willingness to thoroughly and “frankly forgive,”[i] as did Nephi—demonstrates redeeming, reconciling, Christlike love.
To the Prophet Joseph Smith, the Lord revealed an astonishing doctrine that speaks to the far-reaching effects of the Atonement. It also hints that our wayward children’s premortal righteousness will be taken into account when judgments are pronounced. This doctrine seems to make allowance for those who have been deceived by the doctrines of […]