Two initial thoughts that inspired this post. Joseph smith describes himself as an obscure boy of no consequence JSH 1:22 2. “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who … Continue reading Who Am I?
On Sunday a little over a week ago the speaker repeated a quote that I had heard several times before. It is a quote by Joseph Smith from a day when he was speaking to the women of the church. He said. "By unity of feeling we obtain power with God." Immediately I latched onto … Continue reading A Historic Day
I have not been writing this blog for very long but today I went back to see how many times I have talked about prayer here and it seems to be A LOT! Prayer is something that I have always struggled with. Prayer is obviously something that I am constantly thinking about but not in … Continue reading Perfection is Not Required
Sister Sharon Eubank who is the first counselor in the General Relief Society Presidency gave a talk last week during the women's session of General Conference and it was powerful to me. some things she said clarified some things I had been wondering about for a long time. I always love her talks but this … Continue reading Unity
I'm reading a book called Seeking the Spirit written by Joseph Fielding McConkie in 1978. It's a book I will need to read again. Even though it's a thin book it is packed with things I want to remind myself of and think about more. In the chapter titled Asking Questions and Getting Answers he … Continue reading Ask the Question