How do we deal with the messages and temptations that constantly bombard us? Do we turn to our Heavenly Father for the help He is willing to give us?
Recognizing revelation has required plenty of trial and error on my part, but over time it’s become easier for me to get answers consistently. And along the way I learned that my concerns and questions are my responsibility and no one else’s.
In President Thomas S. Monson’s long life of discipleship and leadership he taught and exemplified vital truths of the gospel.
So, why pray? Why every morning? Why every night? Does it even matter?
Prayer can fuel our daily activities and let God’s light and love more fully fill our hearts.
When I am struggling the most, I sometimes get a different answer than I hoped for. It’s an answer that is hard to “listen” to because it doesn’t always feel like an answer. It is when the answer is peace.
What are those things it is possible for God to grant? How can I make sure my wishes are the wishes of Christ?
I have a two-year-old. And he’s terrible. Well, not all the time. But this past Sunday in church, he was the poster child of the terrible twos.
God had a message for me, but first I had to get over my pride.
Take a giant step toward God by assessing your relationship with Him.
Like the food and water we need to stay alive, daily spiritual experiences help us come closer to God.