by Elder S. Mark Palmer
Another insight of the scripture that has had a profound impact on my life. The request by the Savior to the rich young ruler helped me decide to serve a mission. What was I willing to give? Was I willing to sacrifice anything? So I went. Continue reading
by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Back when I was a regular journal writer, in a decade known as the ’90’s, I used to sign off every night with the goal “Love not Fear.” I have long since recognized my tendency to let fear govern my actions instead of love. Continue reading
Elder Gary B. Sabin
Not sure how many ways they can say it. It’s basically the same message of ‘how to be a disciple in our day and age.’ A handy reference guide for us. Continue reading
by Elder Lynn G. Robbins
Below is the link to the General Conference talk by Elder Robbins. Between the link and here I share a few of my personal thoughts on the subject.
It’s a tricky subject this one. Judging is something we do. It’s a natural by-product of knowledge I suppose. When we know better and we are trying to live a certain way we notice when other people aren’t.
It takes a special kind of person to look past our oughts and recognize our ares. The compassion can’t be condescending because we notice when someone is ‘stooping’ to our level. It needs to be face to face. And that is no easy feat. I think it’s a talent. A much needed talent this world desperately needs.
The Righteous Judge
by Elder Robert D. Hales
I like it when things are made plain and simple for me. Break it down. Make it clear. Help me with the takeaway. Continue reading
by Dieter F. Uchtdorf
President Uchtdorf has the ability to speak to my understanding. He explains things in a way that I can understand – even the sometimes misunderstood topic of grace.
by Jeffrey R. Holland
When Elder Holland speaks, it’s a good idea to listen. I mean, how can you not?
I really like the song Just Give Me a Reason by Pink and Nate Ruess.
Personally, I like the imagery of “We’re not broken just bent” and the one sided lost love (or is it one sided?). However, as I listened to it I thought that line could also apply to a penitent soul coming to that crux of a changed heart.
They met and fell in love
No one knew why
A good girl
And a sports minded guy.