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)
Now I look back on those days as a single mom of young children with fondness and joy in my heart.
Take 10 minutes to view Special Witnesses of Christ videos by Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Elder David A. Bednar.
“Generations can learn from each other, even as each generation learns for itself.” Elder Gerrit W. Gong
“Salvation is an individual matter, but exaltation is a family matter.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
This commandment, I hope, is not meant to be a constant source of heartache for individuals like me.
The Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families resources for June 10-16, 2019 suggest that “[We] take some time to ponder the experience [we] have during the sacrament each week.”
“Most of my immediate family and friends are not members of our faith, so it was especially meaningful for us to have them witness our civil union and help them feel included in the festivities of the day.” (Irene Caso)
The unexpected additional blessing was peace and quiet as I left the world behind and prepared to enter the Lord’s house.
“It is the only ordinance I can think of where we are asked to formally recommit to living up to our promises on a regular basis.” Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson