Thank you so much for the article “Time Trial” (April, 1992). Recently I have been feeling down, so I said a small prayer to my Father in Heaven asking for some inspiration in my life. I was impressed with the scripture in the article, “With God nothing shall be impossible” (Luke 1:37). Thank you again for the joy and help you have brought to my life.
I really like reading the New Era. The articles in it make me feel closer to my Heavenly Father. I read it right when we receive it. I really enjoy the Q&A section because it helps me a lot with my daily life. Thanks a lot!
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
I really enjoyed “Julie’s Watching” from the January 1992 edition of the New Era. It made me think and look at my own actions. There are times when people are watching us and we may not know it. We need to always be examples for others, especially those younger who tend to copycat us. Being an example is one of the best ways to be a missionary. Do things as if God were walking by your side.
Battle Mountain, Nevada
I want to thank you for the “How I Know” section of the New Era. I have been a member of the Church all my life, but after reading some of the articles in “How I Know” I’m really beginning to gain a stronger testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Thank you for strengthening my life.
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
I would just like to say thanks for the great Mormonads. The New Era is my favorite magazine. It has great stories and articles. Thanks again and keep up the good work.
Santa Maria, California
I would like to thank everyone who puts together the New Era. I used to think it was a magazine for little children, but since I started my mission I can gladly say I was wrong. I picked up a New Era recently and realized the stories related to me. I have read all the back issues I can find and look forward to each month’s issue. Thanks.
Elder Adam Wills
Montana Billings Mission
I very much enjoyed your story titled “Opposite Reaction” (October 1991) about being honest. It reminded me of when I took some baseballs from the ballpark that didn’t belong to me. My best friend found out and encouraged me to return them, which I did. From that day on I never did it again. Thank you for helping me remember the great example my friend set.
Elder Homer John Howard II
Philippines Quezon City Mission
Some of you may have noticed something missing in your June 1992 New Era! Because of a printing error, some magazines were mailed with two lines deleted from “What Is Real Love and Happiness,” by Elder Neal A. Maxwell. To get the entire Message, add these lines to the bottom of the first column of type on page 7: “If you are truly interested in happiness, remember that …”