Come, Follow Me

    President Nelson announces changes in Church’s policy related to witnesses.
    Come, Follow Me is restoring responsibility to us in our own homes. In brief, through daily study sessions begun with prayer, we read and learn together—teaching and testifying to one another.
    “He wasn’t putting on Christ’s whole armor—and neither are you, Gary!”
    We are not striving to enter heaven—we are striving to become heavenly.
    President Russell M. Nelson said it would take time for families to figure out how to use ‘Come, Follow Me,’ and we’ve seen that.” (Brian K. Ashton)
    “To see [the Book of Mormon] come to life is awesome, and I think people all over the world are going to respond to that.” (Adam Anderegg)
    “Because of my schedule, I had become casual with my prayers and scripture study.” (Elder Dale G. Renlund)
    “Except in the case of His only perfect Begotten Son, imperfect people are all God has ever had to work with.” (Elder Jeffrey R. Holland)
    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.
    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).
    “Remember, not a season of life passes without temptation, trial, or torment, whether spiritually or physically.” President Russell M. Nelson
    The Holy Ghost can correct our mortal myopia with the sustaining power to visualize our sufferings with an eternal perspective.