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Heber J. Grant: The Silent Approval — How Our Conscience Speaks Louder than Praise

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If a man has the assurance within his own heart that he is worthy, and that he is laboring to the best of his ability to do good, he can stand up under the condemnation, the criticism, and the censure of those by whom he is surrounded.

The reward of a man’s conscience is far better than the praise of those who cannot read his heart.

We have come upon the earth for the purpose of gaining an experience.

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Reward of Conscience

By Heber J. Grant



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