Love Your Fellow Travelers
- “When ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God” (Mosiah 2:17).
- When we encounter “fellow travelers,” as we seek, see, and act, we will become more like the Savior, blessing and serving along the way.
- As we seek to become even as He is, we will be provided opportunities to forget self and lift others.
- Sincerely seeking to be more like the Savior will allow us to see what we may not otherwise see.
- To see with spiritual eyes is to see things as they truly are and to recognize needs we may not have otherwise noticed.
- Only those who see with spiritual eyes, recognizing the need, act and bless those who suffer.
- We must trust that the Lord can work through us, and then we must act.
- We may act by giving our time and talents, a kind word, or a strong back.
- As we seek and see, we will be placed in circumstances and situations where we can act and bless.
- Like Peter, we can give “such as I have give I thee.” (Acts 3:6−7).
- Richard G. Scott, “I Have Given You an Example,” Ensign, May 2014, 35.
- Thomas S. Monson, “Love—the Essence of the Gospel,” Ensign, May 2014, 91.