My journal is filled with many inspirations and revelations that began with a few words spoken from the pulpit during a sacrament meeting.
Even though it is hard to re-examine traumatic experiences, remembering is how to heal.
“Partaking of the sacrament is the most important thing we do on the Sabbath day.” (Elder Claudio D. Zivic)
“As you examine your life during the ordinance of the sacrament, I hope your thoughts center not only on things you have done wrong but also on things you have done right—moments when you have felt that Heavenly Father and the Savior were pleased with you.” (President Henry B. Eyring)
Stake conferences (starting November 2020) and weekly worship (now) can resume in a variety of ways, as local circumstances allow.
“I can feel how much he loves the Lord and how grateful he is for the Savior’s Atonement by how tenderly he pronounces each word.” Sister Wendy Nelson
Take 10 minutes to view two Special Witnesses of Christ videos every day for 8 days, finishing with President Nelson’s testimony of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020.
Thinking about Jesus can provide heavenly moments for us each day.
Home can be a sacred place of worship and refuge where the Spirit resides.
As I run, I also pray that I will be able to serve the Lord to the best of my capabilities for that day.
The Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families resources for June 10-16, 2019 suggest that “[We] take some time to ponder the experience [we] have during the sacrament each week.”
“It is the only ordinance I can think of where we are asked to formally recommit to living up to our promises on a regular basis.” Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson