Be Honest and True
President Howard W. Hunter taught that we must be willing to be strictly honest. He said: . . .
“If we would have the companionship of the Master and the Spirit of the Holy Ghost, we must be honest with ourselves, honest with God, and with our fellowmen. This results in true joy” (“Be Honest with Yourself,” New Era, July 2003).
When we are honest in all things, big and small, we experience peace of mind and a clear conscience. Our relationships are enriched because they are based on trust. And the greatest blessing that comes from being honest is that we are able to have the companionship of the Holy Ghost.
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