We are getting crazy around here and are switching things up a bit this month! We will be doing a #salttempletour in the morning this time! With everyone super busy with school starting and sports picking up, we hope that an early morning Saturday session will fit more schedules! We would love to see ANYONE and EVERYONE! Spread the word and tag any friends below that you want to go with!!
What would it mean for you and me in the 21st century to think beyond mortal limits? It means the fashions of the day, the opinions on Twitter, the handicaps and barriers of this brief mortal life are just that. Brief. They don’t last. We women are called to focus on what lasts. From the very beginning, Eve took a really long look through the veil. What is mortal life for? To hang around in the beautiful garden? She realized that to have birth there had to be death. In order for Eve and Adam to multiply and replenish the earth, she had to choose to eat the fruit. To open the door for all of us to come into mortality, she had to trigger the Fall. She sacrificed a Garden-of-Eden kind of life in order to bring us all through the veil. She became the mother of all living. Her ultimate testimony to all her children is “Were it not for our transgression we never should have known good and evil, and the joy of our redemption, and the eternal life which God giveth unto all the obedient.”4 She could do it because she put her complete confidence in Jesus Christ. She and Adam had the faith that Jesus would accomplish His atoning work. Jesus promised to compensate for the Fall of Adam and Eve. And He did. His Atonement removes the barriers of sin, injustice, mistakes, ignorance, and pain at the hands of others so that if we have faith and keep covenants with Him, we will transcend or overcome the limits of this fallen world. Every challenge we encounter in life will help us learn to use revelation, or eyes of faith, to look past the realities of this world into the better world. -Sharon Eubank, First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency 📷: @tracylaynephotography
How many times in our lives do we know and believe something, but we justify a reason not to do it. When I came across this scripture the other day, it hit me at the simplicity of this advice. If we believe = do. Not if we believe = hold on to the knowledge but don't act on our beliefs until it's convenient for us. Reading our scriptures, going to church, wearing our garments, going to the temple, being a member missionary, etc. etc. If the Holy Ghost has spoken to our hearts and has let us know what is true, we need to DO. Today I want to refocus my energies on the things that I know and to DO them. Become someone who when questioned their beliefs can answer confidently That's just what I DO. ❤️❤️❤️
And he shall grow in the knowledge of the glory of him that created you -Mosiah 4:12. This scripture hit me last night as I was reading - I absolutely love the phrase grow in the knowledge. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is very simple, but there is so much depth to it as well, and we can find that depth if we truly seek after it. I love that we aren't expected to know everything at once, but that God acknowledges that we will grow in the knowledge as we put forth the effort. Take 10 minutes today to dive a little deeper in your scripture study or what you learn at church and then come back here and share what you learned (so we can all learn from each other!!) 📷: @morganrapp
Believe in God; believe that he is, and that he created all things, both in heaven and in earth; believe that he has all wisdom, and all power, both in heaven and in earth; believe that man doth not comprehend all the things which the Lord can comprehend. Mosiah 4:9
And moreover, I say unto you, that there shall be no other name given nor any other way nor means whereby salvation can come unto the children of men, only in and through the name of Christ, the Lord Omnipotent. -Mosiah 3:17 📷: @jessicas.photography
Hey! Since you are most likely on your phone right now, click the link in our profile to hop on over to our website! The Early Bird Special ends tomorrow night at midnight, and trust us when we say that you will not want to miss out on this! It will be a Spirit-filled day where you will have the chance to connect with other women, strengthen your testimony of Christ, eat yummy food, get great SWAG, and so much more! Come make a girls weekend out of it that you will never forget!
2 more days left for our Early Bird pricing! Ends Friday night at midnight. Head over to our Insta Stories to get more details about the new pricing structure that will start on Saturday morning! This event is going to be soooo goooood! 🙌🏻🙌🏻