On occasion we find doubt within ourselves. We feel we don’t accomplish much, or that what we do is not enough. We think less of ourselves.
Let’s share a thought from Sister Elaine S. Dalton. Her talk was given in the general conference of 2004, Young Women session, entitled Believe!
The Enemy may be able to instill doubt in our souls, but let’s believe that we can triumph over the Adversary.
“The Lord has promised us that as we “search diligently, pray always, and be believing, … all things [will] work together for [our] good” (D&C 90:24; emphasis added). That doesn’t mean that everything will be perfect or that we will not have any trials, but it does mean that everything will be okay if we just “hang in there.” Ours is the opportunity to “be … an example of the believers” (1 Tim. 4:12), and the Savior has promised that “all things are possible to him that believeth” (Mark 9:23). So believe in yourselves. Believe that you are never alone. Believe that you will always be guided.”
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