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"So, my beloved brothers and sisters, as we seek to qualify to be members of Christís Churchómembers in the sense in which He uses the term, members who have repented and come unto Himólet us remember these six principles. First, the gospel is the Lordís plan of happiness, and repentance is designed to bring us joy. Second, true repentance is based on and flows from faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. There is no other way. Third, true repentance involves a change of heart and not just a change of behavior. Fourth, part of this mighty change of heart is to feel godly sorrow for our sins. This is what is meant by a broken heart and a contrite spirit. Fifth, Godís gifts are sufficient to help us overcome every sin and weakness if we will but turn to Him for help. Finally, we must remember that most repentance does not involve sensational or dramatic changes, but rather is a step-by-step, steady, and consistent movement toward godliness."Author: Ezra Taft Benson, Source: "A Mighty Change of Heart," Ensign, Oct. 1989
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