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Cumorah Eggett
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I got to meet Hank Smith today! He came and spoke at a conference and he is amazing!!! Just wanted to quickly share his favorite scripture that he shared with us. John 8:12, Jesus is the light of the world. This fit with the stories he shared with us of overcoming trials. He shared a history story, scripture story (Joseph and the technicolor dream coat), and story from our time(Meg Johnson) connecting them all to being unconquerable spirits. He encouraged us each to be like these people, to never give up. To always be grateful and forgive and move on. To accept and embrace the new life you are given so that you can have happiness rather than focus on what your life was and get stuck in unhappiness. Wow! I loved how funny and spiritual he is and loved meeting him in person! If any of you ever have the chance to meet him or attend a class/devotional/conference that he is speaking at GO! You will love it! :D

I just wanted to let you all know our friends who got in the wreck a month ago have returned home from the hospital! The one with the skull injuries is doing so well he will be able to perform in our play performance this weekend! Thank you all for the many prayers, they have truly brought this family and our school together. I know that through prayers, fasting and faith many miracles are shown! This boy was supposed to be blind and possibly still in the hospital right now. Because of the many prayers he can see and is performing in the play one month after the accident. I have a testimony that God hears and answers our prayers! Thank you all!<3 

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This is something I posted to my G+ and decided to share here :) 
Recently the owners of Kimber Academy (the school my family and I attend) were in a pretty bad wreck. Because of this things have changed in good and bad ways. Only one is left in the hospital recovering with the parents by his side. Because of that my friend who only was slightly injured and her two little sisters have been staying with their aunt, away from the rest of their family. Today our entire school got to skype with our teacher and friend. We decided to sing her favorite hymn for her "There is Sunshine in the Soul." Many of us began to shed tears as we felt the unity and love for one another and God's love and comfort for this family. It was not until the accident that we realized how much this family meant to us. It was not until the accident that we were able to mend the friendships we had been struggling with and it was not until today that we truly realized what our love and relationships can do for one another. As this girl cried over her family and what had happened we cried with her. We comforted and we mourned together just as the scriptures ask us to do. Simple things can mend great things. One small person can completely change your life and it is important who you surround yourself with. As you unify together as a group you will feel Christ's love and support in all your trials. I promise that if you surround yourself with those who truly care and develop relationships that count they will last through the eternities. You will be the source of someones happiness and comfort and they will be yours. That's the beautiful thing about Christ's atonement and example for us. Know that you are loved by so many around you and you will be blessed and helped along the way as you mourn with those who mourn and comfort those who stand in need of comfort. I love you all!<3

Hey guys we need some prayers and fasting! A family apart of our school got in a pretty bad car wreck this morning. My teacher is in the hospital with broken bones and the others are okay. But my friend has a skull fracture and swelling in the brain and he has the possibility of a surgery. If you're willing we need all the prayers we can get for this family! Thank you!:) 

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Heard this during seminary makeup work. Love it!:) Our prophet is so inspiring. 
"The call of duty came to Adam, to Noah, to Abraham, to Moses, to Samuel, to David. It came to the Prophet Joseph Smith and to each of his successors. The call of duty came to the boy Nephi when he was instructed by the Lord, through his father Lehi, to return to Jerusalem with his brothers to obtain the brass plates from Laban. Nephi’s brothers murmured, saying it was a hard thing which had been asked of them. What was Nephi’s response? Said he, “I will go and do the things which the Lord hath commanded, for I know that the Lord giveth no commandments unto the children of men, save he shall prepare a way for them that they may accomplish the thing which he commandeth them.”6

When that same call comes to you and to me, what will be our response? Will we murmur, as did Laman and Lemuel, and say, “This is a hard thing required of us”?7 Or will we, with Nephi, individually declare, “I will go. I will do”? Will we be willing to serve and to obey?

At times the wisdom of God appears as being foolish or just too difficult, but one of the greatest and most valuable lessons we can learn in mortality is that when God speaks and a man obeys, that man will always be right.

When I think of the word duty and how performing our duty can enrich our lives and the lives of others, I recall the words penned by a renowned poet and author:

I slept and dreamt
That life was joy
I awoke and saw
That life was duty
I acted and behold
Duty was joy."
-Thomas S. Monson April 2012 General Conference

I love Seminary :) 

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I was just doodling on the white board and this whole thing came out so I decided to make it a collage. Remember each one of you are a beautiful ugly duckling<3 

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I just made this on Picmonkey for my Secret Sister. It's really an amazing reminder to us all and in quite simple blunt words. Look unto Him in EVERY thought. Doubt not. Fear not. Fear and doubt will always take away from your faith so don't let them abide in your thoughts. Let faith lead the way!:)

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This is a really amazing blog that my friend just recently created about keeping strong to our standards and not getting into relationships too early. It can be hard, but don't be afraid to accept the challenge! You will be greatly blessed if you do!:)
The "No Pairing-Off Club"
The "No Pairing-Off Club"

This past week I was blessed with one of the best opportunities!!! I have been working hard towards getting my patriarchal blessing and Satan has been really at it to let my testimony falter. I was given the opportunity to go with some friends all around Utah and enter EVERY single temple! But we first started up north where I used to live. It was WONDERFUL seeing so many friends. But before I left I was staying at my one friends house (who wasn't one of the few going) and I kept getting that thought of "You could just stay and party with your close friends." or "Temples aren't as important as spending time with these friends who are like sisters to you." or even "The people you are going with on your trip aren't even that close to you, why don't you just stay with the close friends here and skip out." But I knew i needed to go. And I would NEVER take that experience back. I got to enter every single temple and with each one have an amazing experience that strengthened me and better prepared me for Satan's harsh temptations. After I got back from the trip and stayed with my friend again I was given the chance to have the time that I needed/wanted with my close sister friends. My testimony has greatly been strengthened due to this whole week of friends and temples. It was incredible! And I highly encourage anyone who has the chance to go to GO! Satan will try his hardest to tell you things are better, but in the end choosing to go will be the best choice and you will be blessed with the friend time too!:D Thanks for reading:)

“From the beginning down through the dispensations, God has used angels as His emissaries in conveying love and concern for His children. …

“Usually such beings are not seen. Sometimes they are. But seen or unseen they are always near. Sometimes their assignments are very grand and have significance for the whole world. Sometimes the messages are more private. Occasionally the angelic purpose is to warn. But most often it is to comfort, to provide some form of merciful attention, guidance in difficult times” (“The Ministry of Angels,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2008, 29). -Jeffery R. Holland.

I LOVE this because I have seen and felt and heard the powerful influence of those above. Since my dad is in heaven now I feel him close by and we even have conversations sometimes. I know that they truly do send comfort in hard times and answers through those serving above and I'm grateful for that :) 
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