What I Believe (by Elder Nelson)

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As sons and daughters of God, we cherish life as a gift from Him.

His eternal plan provides opportunities for His children to obtain physical bodies, to gain earthly experiences, and to realize their divine destinies as heirs of eternal life.

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This war called abortion is a war on the defenseless and the voiceless.

It is a war on the unborn.

A woman’s choice for her own body does not include the right to deprive her baby of life—and a lifetime of choices that her child would make.

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Life is precious!

No one can cuddle an innocent infant, look into those beautiful eyes, feel the little fingers, and kiss that baby’s cheek without a deepening reverence for life and for our Creator.

Life comes from life.

It is no accident.

It is a gift from God.

Innocent life is not sent by Him to be destroyed.

It is given by Him and is naturally to be taken by Him alone.

(Quotes from: Abortion: An Assault on the Defenseless by Elder Russell M. Nelson)

(Photos: The Bubbers King during his first day and week after birth)

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8 thoughts on “What I Believe (by Elder Nelson)

  1. Such powerful, beautiful quotes. And I loved seeing newborn Bubbers again! Wonderful post, Heidi. :)

  2. What a beautiful post, Heidi! I think I read something like that in the Ensign a couple months back. I loved it! Thanks for personalizing it!

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