Come, Follow Me

    The Holy Ghost can correct our mortal myopia with the sustaining power to visualize our sufferings with an eternal perspective.
    In the past we read the scriptures, now we are starting to study them together, and it has been such a blessing.
    When we walk into the waters of baptism, we are also following in the footsteps of Jesus.
    The Church has prepared new manuals for individuals and families, for Sunday School, and for Primary.
    President Nelson’s counsel and my subsequent study of “The Living Christ” have helped me focus my thoughts and nourished my worship of Jesus as our living Redeemer.
    “Knowing I am a child of God is the most powerful knowledge I possess!” (Jen)
    “Teach ‘em how to pray and how to work” has been our family motto for many years.
    As we look for and find women in our scriptures… we will see far better the power and influence women have on family, community, the Church and the world.” (President M. Russell Ballard)
    Are our testimonies strong enough to be numbered among the believers?   
    I have taken time to reflect on what my response would be if I were asked by the Lord, “Lovest thou me?”
    “Because Jesus was resurrected, I too will be resurrected.” (“Ideas for Personal Scripture Study,” Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families, June 24-30, 2019)
    You can host your own indexing activity to get the youth excited about family history.