Prayer

    Even though this is a busy, fast-paced world, where many voices are beckoning for our attention, I can “be still” and “Hear Him.
    Our priorities will be clear when our hearts are ready to receive the answers.
    As you and I continue to pray — and fast as we are able — the Lord WILL send ”seagulls” to devour OUR “crickets” (aka presently, the Coronavirus). 
    I think that too often, we take that list and focus on checking things off and making sure that every box is ticked.
    “I invite you to join with me in a worldwide fast — for all whose health permits — to pray for relief from the physical, emotional and economic effects of this global pandemic.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
    This neighbour of mine set an example of Christlike compassion with her sincere prayer.
    A grumpy childhood moment helped shape Sister Cordon’s understanding of prayer.
    “The privilege of receiving revelation is one of the greatest gifts of God to His children.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
    On her deathbed, my grandmother looked me in the eyes and told me that my decision to serve a mission was one of the best choices I had ever made in my life
    “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
    Early in the week that I teach Primary, I send a text to parents about a principle I will be focusing on.