On our path of life, we all take different routes to our destination – and sometimes those paths differ because of who we’re listening to.
Jesus Christ promised us that the Holy Spirit would be with us, and we can trust in that promise.
God gave us agency hoping that we’d use it to follow Him and obey His laws. If we want to follow God, then we need to choose to be obedient to His will.
Following God isn’t always easy. But it is possible. And making those efforts will bring great power and goodness into our lives.
We’ve been blessed with the kingdom of God. And with that blessing comes the responsibility of caring for and growing the kingdom. The work of God is not for God to do alone; He brings us into it. It becomes our own. Our greatest gift and blessing is to be one with God in His work.
God is a great advocate for freedom. His plan centers on freedom. But we need to work to support and maintain freedom in our daily lives.
What do we do when we’re faced with situations that challenge us to do things we wouldn’t normally do? How do we hold our ground?
t’s always good to look back after the General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to review what stood out and what was taught during the Conference. So today, let’s highlight a few of the themes that were discussed throughout the April 2021 General Conference.
Easter is a time that brings a lot of reflection. I find myself thinking about my standing before God more than other times of the year and about all that Christ did. His life, His mission, His love are all more front of mind, and it makes this time of year sacred.
We need to understand and work toward establishing Zion in our own lives.