By Nicole Marie Hilton in her hospital room October 1, 2022
I randomly just turned to Acts chapter 4, verse 11: “This is the stone which was set at naught of you builders, which is become the head of the corner.”
Isn’t that such beautiful imagery?
It’s like saying that James and the Giant Peach was made out of a seemingly rotten peach.
Not only that—but the peach can fly.
I remember bearing my testimony once that Thomas S. Monson visited me in a sacred dream or vision, in sacrament meeting, and afterwards I heard a girl exclaim loudly, “Why on EARTH would Thomas S. Monson visit HER?!?”
I really have been, at the very least, set “at naught” or even downright ridiculed and even punished for being me.
So, if you have ever felt like an outcast—know that I have felt that way, too. And that the best of us—Jesus Christ—was also set at naught. But He is now the chief cornerstone.
And if that doesn’t give you hope, I don’t know what will.
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Thank you, Nicole. This does bring me hope. I love and appreciate you.
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Oh gooooood!!!! 😀
Thank you so much Layna. That means the world to me. I want to know you and all my readers better!