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Can ye feel so now? (Cook)

C. S. Lewis, the striving, pragmatic Christian writer, poignantly framed the issue. He asserted that Christianity tells people to repent and promises them  forgiveness ; but until people know and feel they need forgiveness, Christianity does not speak to them. He stated, “When you know you are sick, you will listen to the doctor.” Elder Quentin L. Cook, October 2012 General Conference

Can ye feel so now? (Cook)

Immersion in the scriptures is essential for spiritual nourishment. The word of God inspires commitment and acts as a healing balm for hurt feelings, anger, or disillusionment. When our commitment is diminished for any reason, part of the solution is repentance. Commitment and repentance are closely intertwined. Elder Quentin L. Cook, October 2012 General Conference

the storm of life (Cook)

"We may not avoid every storm of life, but following the counsel of living prophets will help us ride out the storm." —Quentin L. Cook, " Members in Isolated City Radiate "Goodness, Dedication, Faith, and Love" ",  Church News and Events , 6/26/2012