Notebook

Enlarge your memory

Sep 6, 2014
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We forget, but God does not forget. The scriptures enlarge our memories, as does the Holy Sabbath, journals and our own personal sacred records.

Notes From the Climb: July – Aug 2013

Dec 22, 2013
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July Who will wait on the Lord? Can we endure on remembrance alone? A wrong choice reminds us of our human nature; what follows that choice reveals our divine nature. The obedient and the repentant are equal in the eyes…

Notes From the Climb: May – June 2013

Dec 18, 2013
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The following are selected excerpts from my personal “small plates“. I am an advocate of recording personal revelatory insights and desire to share my experiences to encourage others. May Fear lulls us into a false comfort. Real and rewarding comfort…

Basic Rules for Keeping “Small Plates” From Jacob

Aug 9, 2013
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A few years back I wrote an article about how to keep your own “small plates” and why it is important. I even started posting excerpts of my own “small plates” that I deemed appropriate for the public to offer…

Notes From the Climb: April 2013

May 5, 2013
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“The Savior wants us to understand his willingness to forgive” – Craig A. Cardon “Procreative power & priesthood power are shared by husband & wife” – M. Russell Ballard “I am a witness of the Resurrection of the Lord as…

Notes From the Climb: March 2013

Apr 1, 2013
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“Rust ruins more tools than overuse.” – Anonymous “I am encircled about eternally in the arms of his love.” – 2 Ne. 1:15 The priesthood is the means whereby things are organized and exalted. “Repentance is not a turning away,…

Notes From the Climb: Feb 2013

Mar 3, 2013
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The bread prepares us for the cup, signifying the way that the earthly prepares us for the heavenly. The resurrection fuses the two while grace purifies the whole. Revelation comes to us not only as fast as we are able…

Notes From the Climb: Jan 2013

Feb 3, 2013
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For something new, I’m going to be posting insights from my personal notebook that I feel are not too personal to share and may be of worth to some out there. If you are new to oneClimbs, you might not…

A Guide to Keeping Your Own “Small Plates”

Aug 30, 2010
15 min read

In first Nephi chapter one verse one of the Book of Mormon, Nephi begins by saying “…therefore I make a record of my proceedings in my days”. The very first verse in the Book of Mormon makes reference to record-keeping. Later on, Nephi makes two sets of records with an important distinction between the two.