Revelation

Doctrine taught. Invitations to act. Promised blessings.
The ordinance of the sacrament reminds us to keep our lamps of testimony well lit.
I decided to make a Christ-centred statement for every principle in the missionary lessons outlined in Preach My Gospel.
Members of Christ’s Church have never been required to accept blindly and without question whatever their leaders counsel them to do.
The Lord will walk with us and carry us even when we have no strength of our own to move forward
The word of the Lord in the scriptures is like a lamp to guide our feet … and revelation is like a mighty force that increases the lamp’s illumination manyfold.” (President Dallin H. Oaks)
The words of that hymn helped me realize that I needed to submit my mission application papers as soon as possible.
Repetition is a way to #HearHim.
I felt the whisperings of the Holy Ghost prompt me that the most important thing that I needed to tell her was about Joseph Smith’s First Vision.
As we begin to study the Doctrine and Covenants 2021, Come, Follow Me, December 28-January 3, we need to become more aware of how personal revelation will correct, instruct, chasten, and strengthen our faith.
President Nelson’s timely messages and guidance are blessings for us as we face the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and an uncertain world.
I learned to have faith that the Lord would guide me to the tools I needed to grow as long as I trusted His promptings and wisdom.