During the Christmas season we need to keep our eyes and hearts open to opportunities for service as we celebrate and remember the birth of Jesus Christ.
By combining our lights, we help each other to find our way.
The promises made in Revelation 2-3 can be likened unto ourselves.
“As you appropriately seek for and apply unto the spirit of revelation, I promise you will ‘walk in the light of the Lord’ (2 Nephi 12:5)”. Elder David A. Bednar
“Light the World presents marvelous opportunities to invite friends and neighbors to church and to your homes to learn with you about the Savior.” (Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles)
“I promise you that if you will study His words, your ability to be more like Him will increase.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Divine joy will lead to rejoicing despite current afflictions and suffering.
Righteous faith is not a blind hope in idols or hypothetical ideas but a divine force and power that gives strength to create, subdue, heal, or endure.
Jan Derksen (back boy on an Allied tank, top, and middle) from Holland was saved from starvation when “Soldier Whitehead” shared his rations with him.
“What can I do to develop a soft and contrite heart?”
The most recent prophetic utterances should always be valued most.
We can connect with those who disagree, be firm in our rights, empathize with those around us, and develop a broader perspective.” (Sister Joy D. Jones)