I hope that the more we are talking with them about following spiritual promptings, the more fluent they will become in the language of the Spirit.
I am standing in holy places as I endure trials and afflictions in the service of God.
The first reaction people have is to hide when they are struggling with pornography. The better reaction — a calm reaction — can truly make all the difference.
In the Come, Follow Me readings for August 26-September 1, 2019, the Apostle Paul teaches: “God …will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape” (1 Corinthians 10:13).
This commandment, I hope, is not meant to be a constant source of heartache for individuals like me.
“Marriage OK’d by President David O. McKay. Please send recommend.”
“Remember, not a season of life passes without temptation, trial, or torment, whether spiritually or physically.” President Russell M. Nelson
“He did not say a word during the entire discussion that Sunday, keeping his eyes fixed to the ground or the wall.”
“Simply stated, we strive to build bridges of cooperation rather than walls of segregation.” President Russell M. Nelson
The Holy Ghost can correct our mortal myopia with the sustaining power to visualize our sufferings with an eternal perspective.
If we are looking, we will be able to see in our own lives that we are “in the hands of God” (Mormon 5:23).
In the past we read the scriptures, now we are starting to study them together, and it has been such a blessing.