4 Apr 2008
"I remember a time when, without any intent to do so, I offended a sister in my ward. I needed to reconcile this issue, but I must admit that my pride kept me from going to her and asking for her forgiveness. Family, other commitments, on and on--I found ways to postpone my repentance. I was sure things would work out on their own. But they didn't. "In the stillness of not one night but several, I awoke with a clear realization that I was not taking the course the Lord would want me to take. I was not acting on my faith that His arm of mercy was truly extended towards me--if I would act aright. I prayed for strength and courage, humbled myself, and went to the sister's home and asked for her forgiveness. For us both, it proved to be a sweet, healing experience."
Topic: repentance, forgiveness, courage, humility
Reference: (Anne C. Pingree, "To Look, Reach, and Come unto Christ," Ensign, Nov. 2006, 114-15)
The information on this page reflects my experience as a computer programmer. It is purposely not laid out in
a fashion resembling a resume. However if this information leads one to believe that my skills may be useful to
them, then I invite that person to contact me.
My goals are varied. For school, I'd like to at least attain my Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science. I'm
not really certain about which school I'd like to go to, but for now it looks like it's going to be
University. For work, I'd like to be a software engineer and at some point program video games
for a living, though the video game part isn't as important. On my spiritual side, I'd like to become a
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