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  1. “You ought to know that the Lord loves you. He will make that known to you, and it will be a very private and individual experience, something you cannot explain to anyone else. (Body K. Packer, In Wisdom and Order [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 50).”
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  2. “The ultimate effort of everything in the Church is to the end that a father and a mother and their children can be happy at home. If they are happy at home, they are spiritually prepared for whatever should be ahead of them in the world. (Body K. Packer, In Wisdom and Order [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 49).”
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  3. “The Atonement has practical, personal, everyday value; apply it in your life. It can be activated with so simple a beginning as prayer. (Body K. Packer, In Wisdom and Order [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 12).”
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  4. “We mirror God’s mercy to us when we forgive another. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 36).”
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  5. “When we have been hurt, slighted, or wounded unfairly, we are not left alone to bear it. We can get on our knees and ask for the Lord’s help to forgive. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 34–35).”
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  6. “Forgiveness doesn’t mean we have to pretend someone didn’t hurt us. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 34).
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  7. “Holding on to expectations is often the source of unforgiving feelings. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 28).”
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  8. “We will know our forgiveness is complete when we have a genuine desire for the welfare of the people who have wronged us. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 17).”
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  9. “Forgiveness is not between me and the one who has hurt me; it is between me and the Lord. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 9).
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  10. “Forgiveness is possible even when there is no restitution, no remorse on the part of the perpetrator. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 9).”
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  11. “Sometimes forgiveness is instant, but sometimes it takes time. (Virginia H. Pearce, Extending Forgiveness [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 9).”
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  12. “Let us determine, whatever our circumstance, to make of our houses happy homes. Let us open wide the windows of our hearts, that each family member may feel welcome and “at home.” (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 120).”
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  13. “I testify with all the strength and all the fervor of my conviction that our Heavenly Father will guide and bless you in the important decisions that you will be called upon to make. He knows the end from the beginning. If you follow the counsel of His appointed servants, you will be blessed. (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 117).”
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  14. “The sweetest feeling in mortality is to realize that God, our Heavenly Father, knows each one of us and generously permits us to see and to share His divine power to save. (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 105).”
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  15. “Our Heavenly Father is aware of our needs and will help us as we call upon Him for assistance. I believe that no concern of ours is too small or insignificant. The Lord is in the details of our lives. (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 96).”
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  16. “May we ever be exemplary in our homes and faithful in keeping all of the commandments, that we may harbor no destructive grudges but rather remember the Savior’s admonition: “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another” ( John 13:35). (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 93).”
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  17. “Just as we children hovered at our so-called starvation level and sat anxiously at the table with the aroma of roast beef filling the room, Mother would say to me, “Tommy, before we eat, take this plate of food I’ve prepared down the street to Old Bob, and then hurry back.” (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 83–84).”
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  18. “Never, never, never postpone following a prompting. (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 39).”
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  19. “I saw for the first time a smile come across the face of Mrs. Shinas, and she said, “Tommy, I want you to have these baseballs, and I want to thank you for being kind to me.” I expressed my own gratitude to her and walked from her home a better boy than when I entered. No longer were we enemies. (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 26).”
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  20. “One village chief said that, more than anything else, his village needed copies of the Koran because theirs had been swept away in the tsunami. A few days later, the Church presented the village with seven hundred copies of the Koran. (Thomas S. Monson, Consider the Blessings [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 9).”
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