A short thought on overcoming:
You find that one truth to hold onto and hold onto it tight. Even if that truth is a mere hope in your heart. You hold onto it and let it pull you through your mist. When you get to the other side you can look back and say, “It is no longer a hope because I know it is truth. It has become my truth.”
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
I have no additional comment regarding this meme. This quote by Elder Ballard is a new favorite of mine.
by Ulisses Soares
The other prevalent theme I noticed at conference? Overcoming. Continue reading
by Bonnie H. Cordon
I like to take road trips. Sometimes as I’m driving down the road I think of how little effort it takes to change a lane. First, I see a car ahead that I am gaining on. Then with little perceived motion I change lanes. Sometimes it seems little more than a thought that moves the car into the other lane. Now, if that road splits and I stay in the other lane I could end up in a different destination than the other lane would take me. Continue reading
You are stronger than today
so don’t let it knock you down.
But if you do fall
get up, stand up, adjust your crown. Continue reading
Donald L. Hallstrom
Knowing I am a child of God is a most extraordinary piece of knowledge that is often taken for granted. Knowing this one thing can help me get through any mist of darkness that falls in my path.
As I traveled down the road
The same ole scenery passed by.
Weeds, rocks, and of course, garbage –
Nothing beautiful caught my eye.
Today I did a hard thing
and lived to tell about it