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President Nelson to share a message to the world on Nov. 20. Here’s a preview

President Russell M. Nelson announced Friday that he will share “a fast-acting and long-lasting spiritual remedy” for failing hearts during the pandemic in a message to be released on Nov. 20.

The announcement was made on his Facebook page on Friday morning.

My dear friends, the challenges that we face as fellow global citizens are immense, but our ability to feel hope and...

Posted by Russell M. Nelson on Friday, November 13, 2020

“My dear friends, the challenges that we face as fellow global citizens are immense, but our ability to feel hope and seek healing in Jesus Christ remains strong. I have felt impressed to share with you a message on Nov. 20, 2020, from 11 to 11:15 a.m. MST. It will be broadcast here on my Facebook page, as well as on ChurchofJesusChrist.org and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints YouTube account in multiple languages.”

A video clip was released on the church’s newsroom site.

“Sickness. Sadness. Disease. Disappointment. Infection. Instability. Heart failure. Failing hearts. He’s treated them all,” a preview of the video says. “On Nov. 20, global faith leader Russell M. Nelson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, shares a fast-acting and long-lasting spiritual remedy.”

President Nelson has struck a positive tone throughout the pandemic with the release of short videos.

“COVID-19 and its resulting illness has affected thousands of lives and interrupted many regular routines. We pray for those who are suffering and for those who have lost loved ones,” he said in March, adding, “These unique challenges will pass in time. I remain optimistic for the future.”

In May, he posted another video on his social media channels in which he said, “Meanwhile, we rejoice in the peace that radiates from the Lord Jesus Christ. It will continue to fill us with hope and joy. Our Heavenly Father and his Beloved Son love us, are aware of us and will bless each of us. I love you, dear brothers and sisters, and assure you that wonderful days are ahead. Our commitment to follow the Lord is everlasting.”