1 Nephi 2:16 – First, the Lord softens our hearts.
“That our garments may be pure, that we may be clothed upon with robes of righteousness, with palms in our hands, and crowns of glory upon our heads, and reap eternal joy for all our sufferings.” – D&C 109:76
Philosophy – 1. …an explanation of the reasons of things; an investigation of the causes of all phenomena both of mind and matter.
Mingle – 1. To mix; to blend; to unite in one body… 2. To mix or blend without order or promiscuously.
A grateful person will not pray for burdens to be removed but for strength to bear them.
Priesthood works only upon persuasion.
The word “priesthood” appears 7 times in the Book of Mormon and 6 of those times in one chapter, Alma 13. In all cases, the phrase “high priesthood” is used.
“Soil is broken to make wheat, wheat is broken to make bread, bread is broken to…make us whole.” – Randy D. Funk
“The Lord sees weaknesses differently than he sees rebellion” – Richard G. Scott
We are given separate and distinct blessings as men and women so that it becomes necessary that we work together as one to become one.
There is only comfort at the end of the iron rod, never in the false complacency found in the mocking masses of the great and spacious building.
Without adversity, there can be no empathy.
The power of language is its ability to transfer knowledge back and forth across the veil, through time and space and all eternity.
Christ called us his ‘body’. If a part of our body is sick or injured, we don’t forget it or ignore it, we direct all of our attention to helping it heal and become restored.
Rite – a formal act of religion or other solemn duty.
Keep my eyes open. Give things time. And re-examine my own assumptions now and then. The alternative is to not pay attention. Insist on final answers now. And never re-examine my own assumptions. Either choice on these three points has consequences in life. - Kevin Christensen