Come, Follow Me

Like the original $500 price of our new Christmas tree, the price that Jesus was willing to pay for our souls establishes our great worth.
Many of my sweetest experiences have come while bearing a cross.
“Through a lifetime of service in this Church, I have learned that it really doesn’t matter where one serves. What the Lord cares about is how one serves.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Young men who perform Aaronic Priesthood ordinances are among the angels who serve others on this side of the veil.
We too can know that God is merciful and involved in our own lives.
I have realized that my relationship with Christ and with my wife and children was what I treasure.
What does it take to serve God?
Repetition is a way to #HearHim.
And I will end up with a technicolor book! It will match my bright and grateful soul!
I felt the whisperings of the Holy Ghost prompt me that the most important thing that I needed to tell her was about Joseph Smith’s First Vision.
Seminary programs and institutes of religion will include further alignment with Come, Follow Me resources and a new reading requirement.
As we begin to study the Doctrine and Covenants 2021, Come, Follow Me, December 28-January 3, we need to become more aware of how personal revelation will correct, instruct, chasten, and strengthen our faith.