Monday, October 9, 2017

Answered Questions from #LDSConf

Light and spiritual power descending upon general conference

I saw a blog friend Jocelyn do this on her blog and it inspired me to collect the answers I received during General Conference.

What kind of woman do I want to be?

From Sister Eubank
Among the real heroines in the world who will come into the Church are women who are more concerned with being righteous than with being selfish. These real heroines have true humility, which places a higher value on integrity than on visibility.

Where is my help most needed?

From Sister Oscarson
We are often more concerned with how many followers and likes we have than with putting an arm around a friend and showing love, concern, and tangible interest. 
Heavenly Father may have placed those who need us closest to us, knowing that we are best suited to meet their needs.

What is worth giving up time spent with my kids?

From President Nelson
We need to feel, deep in “the inmost part” of our hearts, that the Book of Mormon is unequivocally the word of God. We must feel it so deeply that we would never want to live even one day without it.

How can I prepare for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ?

From President Eyring
So, as much as we have already built faith and courage in our hearts, the Lord expects more from us—and from the generations after us. They will need to be stronger and braver because they will do even greater and harder things than we have done. And they will face increasing opposition from the enemy of our souls.

What should I do with these teachings now that General Conference is over?

From Elder Andersen
Just like he did as a busy heart surgeon, when he hired a Mandarin tutor, President Nelson immediately took the counsel of President Monson and applied it to his own life.

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