Some blessings come soon. Some come late. And some don't come until heaven, but for those that embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ. they come. It will be alright in the end. Trust God and believe in good things to come.
“It’s one thing to teach a principle and another to live it, but the greatest by far is to so thoroughly BE it that your very presence does the teaching.”
My hope is that the world and lives of the impoverished will change because you are edified reading about the fine people I meet and the host of miracles I see every day.
That’s why I do this.
Brigham Young said: “When I look upon the faces of intelligent beings, I look upon the image of the God I serve. There are none but what have a certain portion of divinity within them; and though we are clothed with bodies which are in the image of our God, yet this mortality shrinks before that portion of divinity which we inherit from our Father.”
The history of the Church in this, the dispensation of the fulness of times, is replete with the experiences of those who have struggled and yet who have remained steadfast and of good cheer. The reason? They have made the gospel of Jesus Christ the center of their lives. This is what will pull us through whatever comes our way. We will still experience difficult challenges, but we will be able to face them, to meet them head-on, and to emerge victorious.
From the bed of pain, from the pillow wet with tears, we are lifted heavenward by that divine assurance and precious promise: “I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.” Such comfort is priceless.
What special memories do you have about the things people in the family have said that give you hope and make our connection even stronger?