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I Know My Heavenly Father Loves Me

By Natalie Peterson

I've actually been a member of the Mormon Church my whole life, but was truly converted when I received my own revelation in 1994.

I had just turned 19 and had been married for only a few months. I was inactive and my new husband was not a member. We had been married for just 1 month (I was still 18) when our first child was born prematurely. He was beautiful, but not fully developed and only weighed 1 lb 6 oz. So tiny.

When he passed away 2 hours after his birth we were devastated. We were both quite young and inexperienced in dealing with this level of grief. The overwhelming questions on my mind were: Why? Was this necessary for my growth? So, one night I decided to ask in prayer those very questions, not really believing myself worthy of an answer.

I know my Heavenly Father loves me because immediately upon asking I received in my mind the clearly spoken word, "YES"! Knowing that this was essential to not only myself but my future family was just the medicine I needed.

Though I still faltered along the way, I returned to Church and my husband was eventually baptized. He is now a member of the bishopric and we have welcomed 6 more children into our lives.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is true! I can testify of that wholeheartedly because my Father in Heaven loved me enough to speak peace to my heart when nothing else could.




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