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"The question is frequently asked, 'How can I know when I am forgiven? How will I feel?' Many scriptural examples provide understanding. Enos found that his 'guilt was swept away' (Enos 1:6). He no longer approached God or man feeling guilt-ridden. King Benjamin's people were 'filled with joy, having received a remission of their sins, and having peace of conscience, because of the exceeding faith which they had in Jesus Christ' (Mosiah 4:3; emphasis added)." - C. Max Caldwell, "The Path That Leads to Christ," Ensign, Apr. 1996, p. 30

"Since Nephi had such love for everyone, we wonder how he acquired it. He must have lived in anticipation of the divine directive that would later be proclaimed by the Savior as the key to the development of love: 'A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you.' (John 13:34; emphasis added.)

"Jesus' love was inseparably connected to and resulted from his life of serving, sacrificing, and giving in behalf of others. We cannot develop Christlike love except by practicing the process prescribed by the Master." - C. Max Caldwell, "Love of Christ," Ensign (CR), November 1992, p.29

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