As we seek not to judge our family tree but learn to appreciate it, we can help mend breaks through the healing and sealing power bestowed through Jesus Christ in His holy temples.
Experiencing the thrill of spiritual growth—the enlarging of my soul, the enlightening of my understanding, the partaking of the fruits of faith—truly is the most delicious and satisfying aspect of my entire life.
There are three main ways that “the virtue of the word” of God will bless us and our families.
“Music provides power for us to express prayerful thoughts and bear testimony of sacred truths.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Though we have little control over the COVID-19 virus that is wreaking havoc across the globe, we have complete control in our ability to hear Him.
We must keep the doctrine and gospel of Jesus Christ at the center of our goals and plans.” (President M. Russell Ballard)
I want to be known as a repenter.
Even though this is a busy, fast-paced world, where many voices are beckoning for our attention, I can “be still” and “Hear Him.
I needed to “empty my backpack” and no longer worry about problems that were not mine.
Now I look back on those days as a single mom of young children with fondness and joy in my heart.
During this bicentennial year, we should be actively seeking ways to view, read, study, and share “The Restoration of the Fulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: A Bicentennial Proclamation to the World.”
The name of the Church is not negotiable, because the Lord has told us what His church shall be called,” said President Nelson to his Canadian audience. “So, we’re not changing names. We’re correcting a name — that’s important to note.” (President Russell M. Nelson, Montreal, August 18, 2018)