Truth from a Prophet of God. And what a beloved Prophet he is. I love President Thomas S.
“Regardless of our circumstances, each of us has much for which to be grateful if we will but pause and contemplate our blessings. Sincerely giving thanks not only helps us recognize our blessings, but it also unlocks the doors of heaven and helps us feel God’s love. Gratitude is a divine principle.” From #PresMonson’s pinterest.com/pin/24066179228814793 inspiring #LDSconf facebook.com/223271487682878 message lds.org/general-conference/2010/10/the-divine-gift-of-gratitude. #ShareGoodness
“There is no end to the good we can do, to the influence we can have with others. Let us not dwell on the critical or the negative. Let us pray for strength; let us pray for capacity and desire to assist others. Let us radiate the light of the gospel that the Spirit of the Redeemer may radiate from us.” From #PresHinckley’s pinterest.com/pin/24066179228827332 inspiring #LDSconf facebook.com/223271487682878 message lds.org/general-conference/2006/04/the-need-for-greater-kindness…
awesome Our destiny is not determined by the number of times we stumble but by the numbe. Our destiny is not determined by the number of times we stumble but by the number of times we rise up, dust ourselves off, and move forward.
“When you do your part, the Lord adds His power to your efforts.” From President Eyring
“Schools are not teaching moral character. But we can. Take advantage of teaching moments. Don’t let them slip by. When an opportunity comes to share your thoughts about the gospel and the lessons of life, stop everything, sit down, and talk with your children.” From #ElderHales’ pinterest.com/pin/24066179230743960 inspiring #LDSconf facebook.com/223271487682878 message lds.org/general-conference/2016/10/come-follow-me-by-practicing-christian-love-and-service.
March 5 2017 We can do this through daily study of the Book of Mormon and daily morning and evening prayers.
“The key is to have our eyes wide open to our own faults and partially closed to the faults of others—not the other way around! The imperfections of others never release us from the need to work on our own shortcomings.” From #ElderMaxwell’s pinterest.com/pin/24066179228836158 #LDSconf facebook.com/223271487682878 message lds.org/general-conference/1982/04/a-brother-offended. #ShareGoodness