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How can taking control of our choices help us build more trust in our ability to take care of ourselves?
I believe the first step is the hardest. To walk away from a bad habit, to remove yourself from a bad situation, to make a change for the better is always hard. [ For many years I was not attending church and making choices inconsistent with gospel teachings. The first time back to church was the hardest. I felt that I was unworthy, unwanted. But that first Sunday back, I was welcomed by people
I had never met. People seemed glad to see me and wanted me to return. As I began to associate with more righteous people it was easy to leave unrighteous habits behind. As I focused on my Heavenly Father and His love for me, I shed the feelings of unworthiness. I remembered that He loved me. ]
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Weegy: I believe the first step is the hardest. To walk away from a bad habit, to remove yourself from a bad situation, to make a change for the better is always hard. [ For many years I was not attending church and making choices inconsistent with gospel teachings. The first time back to church was the hardest. I felt that I was unworthy, unwanted. But that first Sunday back, I was welcomed by people I had never met. People seemed glad to see me and wanted me to return. As I began to associate with more righteous people it was easy to leave unrighteous habits behind. As I focused on my Heavenly Father and His love for me, I shed the feelings of unworthiness. I remembered that He loved me. ] (More)
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