“Lord, I Believe…”
by RI Editors
Today’s post in our General Conference Discussion comes from Kaylie. If you’d like to start a forum discussion about a different talk please leave a comment on the original post: Reader Led General Conference Discussion.
“I felt a lot of love coming from Elder Holland’s talk. In church, you hear a lot about having a testimony as if once you get that witness, that’s all you ever need, because if the Book of Mormon is true, then so is everything else and everything the leaders of the church ever say or do is perfect so don’t you dare question that because priesthood. I don’t believe that. Faith and belief are not linear, not for me, anyway. I build my faith line upon line, and sometimes branch off in ways I never would have expected. I love that he tells us to declare our faith first but also to be as candid in our questions as necessary.”
How do the doctrines that Elder Holland taught change your view of testimony?
What did Elder Holland’s talk mean to you?
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