If we hold to our covenants, we will find the power we need to meet the challenges that come our way.
As we are filled with the light of Christ, we have more desire to love others the way that He loves them.
Our mission in this temporal life should always focus on our Redeemer, Jesus Christ, since our Savior is the way, the truth, and the life.
As we participate in the work of salvation each day in small and simple ways, I promise that your heart will brim with joy, and you will rejoice in your God.
Today, we can have the same experience as Elijah who felt and heard his Deliverer through a still small voice.
All of us come and partake of the sacrament to remember the Atonement of the Son of God and to witness our willingness to take His name upon us.
We can reach out to all in love, share our faith, and invite them to participate with us. As our friends come to church, we can help them find connections and feel part of a group of friends.
May we all find the joy that comes from the sacred service of welcoming our new and returning members to sacrament, where they can feel the Savior’s love.
As disciples of Jesus Christ, we can extend a loving invitation to our friends and all the missing members who we know and love, to come to sacrament meeting where we all can feel loved and build faith in Jesus Christ.
Sacrament meetings are special opportunities to be close to the Savior. For us to make the most of this experience, what can we do to better prepare ourselves?
“Being a covenant people is a privilege, but also a responsibility. It is a responsibility with great promised blessings.”
“We seek to gather God’s children so He can bless them. We want to do so in a way where everyone feels welcome, valued, and loved. So many of our friends, both inside and outside of the Church, need help.”