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Make good decisions, students told

REXBURG, Idaho — Elder Robert K. Dellenbach of the Seventy taught BYU-Idaho students about the importance making good decisions in a devotional address Oct. 17.

"It has been said the gates of history turn on very small hinges," Elder Dellenbach said. "Often a small decision leads to great consequences."

Throughout his address, Elder Dellenbach gave numerous examples of small decisions that produced great consequences.

"It is those one-by-one, day-by-day, hour-by-hour decisions we make which will set the course of our lives," Elder Dellenbach said. Punishing destruction can take place in our lives by making one bad decision, he added.