“When I needed Him most, I cried out, only to realize that He was already there. All I had to do was let Him in.'
When we “wait upon the Lord,” we expect His help in our daily lives.
Families continually need to seek to be united in their love of one another and help others—especially those less fortunate—in the communities where they live.
While Bitner was serving his mission, he phoned his mom and told her that he had recently had a dream that his younger brother Raiden would be his last companion.
As we study these Come, Follow Me prophecies this week, we should think about our roles in each of the seven prophecies.
Each child can be “one in a million” in the Army of the Lord.
“As you examine your life during the ordinance of the sacrament, I hope your thoughts center not only on things you have done wrong but also on things you have done right—moments when you have felt that Heavenly Father and the Savior were pleased with you.” (President Henry B. Eyring)