"No matter the burdens we face in life as a consequence of natural conditions, the misconduct of others, or our own mistakes and shortcomings, we are all children of a loving Heavenly Father, who sent us to earth as part of His eternal plan for our growth and progress. Our unique individual experiences can help us prepare to return to Him. The adversity and afflictions that are ours, however difficult to bear, last, from heavenís perspective, for 'but a small moment; and then, if [we] endure it well, God shall exalt [us] on high.'"

--Elder L. Whitney Clayton, "That Your Burdens May Be Light", October 2009 General Conference

Psalms 82:6

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