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    “Comment,” Liahona, Apr. 1999, 1

    Comment

    Finding Answers

    In a world so full of difficulties, it is important to stay close to the Lord and to heed the inspired words that come to us through our leaders. The Liahona (Spanish) is a source of light and truth for all of God’s children. It has great converting power, and it answers many of my questions.

    I would like to make special mention of “A Second Birth,” President James E. Faust’s message in the June 1998 issue. It explains that as women we should feel important and needed no matter what our marital status is.

    Elvira López de Aybar,
    Villa Carmen Ward, Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Oriental Stake

    Becoming Part of the Church Family

    About six years ago, the influence of Jesus Christ entered my heart, and a small sprout of faith began to grow and get stronger each day. Later my Savior gave me the blessing of finding and becoming a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Church has been in my city of Saratov, Russia, only a few years. But it has grown quickly, and those who have joined the Church know that we are not alone. We are all part of a big family of loving Church members.

    Anna Ulyanova,
    Engels Branch, Russia Samara Mission

    Hearing the Lord’s Voice

    I am very grateful to God for the opportunity to have the fulness of the restored gospel in our dispensation and for a living prophet and inspired General Authorities to guide us. I am grateful for their teachings. My goal each month is to read L’Etoile (French) so I can hear the Lord’s voice speaking to me through His servants. I know that God lives and that Jesus Christ is His Only Begotten Son and our Savior.

    Timothée Bwanga,
    Masina Third Branch, Kinshasa Democratic Republic of Congo Masina District

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