Thinking about Jesus can provide heavenly moments for us each day.
The March 16-22, 2020 Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families provides outstanding resources for gaining a better understanding of the allegorical symbols Zenos used in Jacob 5.
“I invite you to think deeply and often about this key question: How do you hear Him?” (President Russell M. Nelson)
As I run, I also pray that I will be able to serve the Lord to the best of my capabilities for that day.
Another way of looking at the iron rod could be to see it as a symbol for our Savior—the Word.
Because of the grace of Christ’s infinite atoning sacrifice, starting from where we are is beginning again.
“As you read, I would encourage you to mark each verse that speaks of or refers to the Savior.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Jacob’s teachings contain some of the most angelically inspired and meticulously prepared revelations ever made about the infinite atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
“The privilege of receiving revelation is one of the greatest gifts of God to His children.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
When facing tough times in my family, I have always used the words, “Stay the course.”
Reviewing Lehi’s dream reminded my husband and me of the trials we faced when we lived in a remote area of Canada.
When we repent, Christ will lift us from our wandering paths, help us deal with the hardships, and safely deliver us to the summit where we can see our eternal potential and experience everlasting joy.'