Do we, as human beings, sometimes find ourselves tempted to be critical of the way God is having our lives play out? I think we can all relate to looking heavenward and wondering where Divine Intervention was, as loved ones are seemingly denied righteous longings or suffer beyond reason. Hard things happen to good people, … Continue reading The Fourth Watch
https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/broadcasts/worldwide-devotional-for-young-adults/2018/06/hope-of-israel?lang=eng Study the above youth devotional entitled Hope of Israel, given in 2018 by President Russell M. Nelson and Sister Wendy W. Nelson. When thinking about the gathering of Israel, and it being the most important work on the earth today, I strive to understand who Israel is, and how I am to go about … Continue reading Your Role in the Most Important Work On Earth
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Greetings readers. I'm hyped about this week; I've got lots of cool and practical insight about lots of things. I will do my best to try to organize and tie them all together, but hopefully there is something of value to all. First of all, I've gotta talk about that UFC fight last night. Conor … Continue reading Join the Ranks
With the start of a new year, Saints around the world have dedicated themselves to reading the Book of Mormon, as that is the 2020 Come, Follow Me curriculum and a never-ending plea from leaders. My father composed and included me on an email sent to my older brother serving in the San Antonio, Texas … Continue reading How the Lord Molds Us on Our Paths
We have entered 2020, and it is epic to witness the Lord's timing. 200 years ago this spring, the Prophet Joseph Smith experienced the First Vision, spurring the Restoration of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and the publishing of the Book of Mormon. Our current Prophet, President Russell M. Nelson, declared in … Continue reading A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief
There is a story told of a young boy and his father. After a long and busy week, the father promised his son that they would spend some time on Saturday to play together. Saturday morning found that father at the kitchen table, reading the newspaper and drinking coffee. Excitedly, the boy comes sprinting down … Continue reading Build your character, Build your kingdom
"Gospel" can be defined as the teachings and revelations of Jesus Christ. Also referred to as the "good news", gospel can enrich one's life with a joyful freedom. Studying edifying truth moves us to strengthen our relationship with God, receive more revelation, and thus become liberated through serving Him and our fellowmen. The liberties of … Continue reading Your Earthly Urim and Thummim