“Comment,” Liahona, Dec. 2005, 48
The article “Improving Our Prayers,” by Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin in the August 2004 issue, was excellent. I know that Heavenly Father listens to us when we tell Him what is in our hearts, and He often answers our prayers through other people. When we pray, we come closer to Him.
Luis Mario Marcelo Carvajal Arce, Teno Branch, Curicó Chile Stake
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Alden Yengo, 17, Kinsoundi Ward, Brazzaville Republic of Congo Stake
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