Unformatted text preview: very difficult to live with others and among weaknesses, those that cause disharmony are lust, greed, impure desires, and conflicting loyalties. It is said that nothing can disrupt the peace of the marriage not even death, illness, disappointment, or failure. Marriages can be successful as long as there is no selfishness; that problems and troubles will draw couples together into an unbreakable bond if there is no selfishness there. I think the Gospel influences how we address the problem through these lessons and counsels from the prophets and the Holy Ghost through promptings. Lessons such as these helps counsel couples on the right actions when a problem arises and helps us to put aside our pride and we, as Latter-day Saints, I believe, are more likely to be humble and work out our problems rather than simply divorce and such because we believe in eternal marriage and families and therefore are more willing and likely to solve our differences....
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- Fall '11
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Latter-day Saints, Joseph F. Smith, Helena Tse, harmonious family life