Elder Neil L. Andersen

Presidency of the Seventy

"Our spiritual journey is the process of a lifetime. We do not know everything in the beginning or even along the way. Our conversion comes step by step, line upon line. We first build a foundation of faith in the Lord, Jesus Christ. We treasure the principles and ordinances of repentance, baptism and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost. We include a continuing commitment to prayer, a willingness to be obedient and an ongoing witness of the Book of Mormon ...

"We each have moments of spiritual power, moments of inspiration and revelation. We must sink them deep into the chambers of our soul. As we do, we prepare our spiritual home storage for moments of personal difficulty ...

"Challenges, difficulties, questions, doubts — these are part of our mortality. But we are not alone. As disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, we have enormous spiritual reservoirs of light and truth available to us. Fear and faith cannot coexist. In our days of difficulty, we choose the road of faith ... Through the years we take these important spiritual steps over and over again ... Our questions and doubts are resolved or become less concerning. Our faith becomes simple and pure."

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