Today in Sacrament Meeting the subject of the talks were "What is your Gospel Anchor?" What is the principle that is your "go to" principle when things...
Celestial Dating "Listening to the Words of the ProphetsLast Updated on 2012-06-11 00:00:00
Celestial Dating "Listening to the Words of the Prophets"
Now that my children are in the serious dating years this is the wise counsel I share with them and you. I came across these dating rules for Young Single Adults when I was teaching Early Morning Seminary. I was grateful for them because there is a pamphlet for the youth but nothing for Young Single Adults, who need the guidance and directions just as much as the youth do...
Preface to parents and young adults:
David of old, choice in the sight of God, allowed his eternal soul to fall into the depths of hell. Can we say that God has been with us as much as He was with David in his youth? Can we claim the faith in God that David showed? Yet, David fell! We can fall too, no matter how choice we are. To fail to understand that is to have fallen prey to... More »
Weaknesses into StrengthsLast Updated on 2012-06-11 00:00:00
Weaknesses into Strengths
And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness.
What is your greatest weakness? Have you asked the Lord to show it to you? These are great questions to ask ourselves as we face a New Year in preparation to do better and to be better than we were last year.
Weakness is defined in the dictionary as “lacking in strength, ability or aptitude; or a deficiency. Lacking in judgment or discernment.”
When we think of weakness we usually think of it from a physical condition like strength. But weakness also has spiritual, mental and emotional aspects to it. Rarely do we come to understand the strength and power we can have access to through the atonement if we only will! We get glimpses of it every now and then, but we do not flex our spiritual muscles enough to tap into it on a daily... More »
What is Your Anchor?Last Updated on 2010-11-28 00:00:00Today in Sacrament Meeting the subject of the talks were "What is your Gospel Anchor?" What is the principle that is your "go to" principle when things get tough for you?. How to you steady yourself in a storm and keep yourself on course when things are hard? Is it prayer? What about music? Do you turn to the scriptures? Where do you turn first and why?
Please take a few minutes and share with the family what you do to drop anchor when things are the roughest for you?
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