When the day comes that we will kneel at the feet of our beloved Savior, having nourished His flock, I pray we can answer as did Peter: “Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee.” These, Thy sheep, are loved, they are safe, and they are home. - Sister Bonnie H. Cordon, Becoming a Shepherd We as children of God, … Continue reading Feed My Sheep
My message today comes from the story found in the Bible. It is in John 2:1-11. It is the story of when Jesus turned the water into wine. 1 And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother of Jesus was there: 2 And both Jesus was called, and … Continue reading From Water to Wine
So this week while I was studying my scriptures I came across a verse that talked about how God can make mountains flat, and straighten crooked paths, etc. I was then reading a book where a commentator talked about that exact verse and how if God can do all that, then why wouldn't he be … Continue reading God Can Help Us
'I'm not a bad person,' they say. 'I just can't seem to overcome the weaknesses that so easily beset me and distance me from God. It's not the sins so much as the lack of talent, the lack of capability, the lack of strength that separate me from God.' -Tad R. Callister Tad continues with … Continue reading Overcoming Weaknesses, Inadequacies, & Shortcomings
Today my wonderful friend gave a talk at church and he talked about light and darkness. What are you doing to brighten your life to keep out the darkness? As children, we learned how to keep darkness away by turning on a light. Sometimes, when our parents went away for the evening, we would turn … Continue reading Light VS Darkness
Peace can be found in no man; it comes only through the Savior.
My notes from reading the New Testament.
I found this song on pandora. I love her voice! This version is so pretty. As Christmas is nearing, I thought it would be a good reminder for us to start pondering about Christ. We have much to be grateful for, and this is one of the things on my list. That Christ was born. … Continue reading Noel
To have faith in his identity is only half the principle. To have faith in his ability and in his power to cleanse and to save, that is the other half.
I have been reading this book called, "The Infinite Atonement" and it is so good! It has taken me a few years but that is because I read it periodically. Today this is what I read. "It is related of Lord Byron that when he was a lad attending school, a companion of his fell under … Continue reading The Atonement