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My Favorite Scripture

“If ye will come unto me ye shall have eternal life. Behold, mine arm of mercy is extended towards you, and whosoever will come, him will I receive; and blessed are those who come unto me” (3 Nephi 9:14).

This is one of my favorites because this is the scripture that gave me a testimony that Christ lives and wants us to follow Him.

Olivia K., 15, Heves, Hungary

We Are Missionaries Now

The article in the March 2007 Liahona “How to Prepare to Be a Good Missionary” sent us an important message. We don’t have to wait to be 19 to be missionaries. No! We are missionaries right now.

It told us that we should search and ponder the scriptures and pray always so that we can conquer Satan. We should always have faith in the Savior Jesus Christ.

Melissa E., 18, Samoa

All Is Well

I clearly remember the night when I found myself in a great spiritual conflict. I was on my way to institute when I started feeling tormented. My mind felt confused. I could not say that I knew the truthfulness of my faith. I no longer felt certain of anything. I felt discouraged and ashamed of myself and prayed for strength.

When I arrived at the meetinghouse, I was overwhelmed with sadness. I took a deep breath and entered the building. As soon as I approached the chapel, I heard the hymn “Come, Come, Ye Saints” (Hymns, no. 30) being sung by fellow brothers and sisters. I immediately felt the relief that comes from God by way of the Holy Ghost.

The feeling of peace was so great that I couldn’t contain my tears. The Lord had let me know that all would be well and that I was safe. I perceived that the powers of darkness had tried to destroy all the good I had learned but that God’s love is safe and warm. I understood that God is real and is our refuge and strength. I also learned that we can conquer trials and temptations if we exercise faith in God and always seek His guidance through prayer.

This world is full of trials, and we never know what is coming. We need to fully trust in God, increase our faith through studying the scriptures, and live our lives in accordance with His will.

Ivonete S., 19, Bahia, Brazil

“For thou wilt light my candle: the Lord my God will enlighten my darkness” (Psalm 18:28).

This Is Your Space

These are your pages—your place to share with other youth what the gospel means to you. Here’s what you can look forward to reading on these pages and what you can contribute:

  • Experiences or insights that helped you understand and live the gospel better.

  • A high-resolution photograph that you took and a scripture as a caption.

  • A good experience you had while working on Duty to God or Personal Progress.

  • Your comments about a scripture that inspires you. Include your photo if you’d like.

  • Feedback about the Liahona: what articles did you like reading?

E-mail your story, photo, or comments to liahona@ldschurch.org. Please write “Our Space” in the subject line, and include your parent’s permission (expressed in the e-mail) to share what you are sending us. Submissions may be edited for length or clarity.

Right: photo illustration by Craig Dimond