PLEASE, LISTEN TO ME! Here is the truth.. ‘O thou of little faith, wherefore didst thou doubt?” was NOT in response to Peter’s sinking. It was not a jab to his faltering. Christ was not making a negative comment to make him to feel bad about his efforts, missteps or shortcomings. It was an immediate & loving response to Peter’s pleadings to be saved! “Lord, save me!” —“Wherefore didst thou doubt?”
As if saying, ‘of course I will save you, rescue you! How could you doubt t
Palm Sunday: Triumphal entry
Monday: Cleansing the Temple
Tuesday: Teaching & Parables
Matt 22& 25, Mark 12:41-44
Wednesday: Healings, Miracles & Betrayal
Mark 4&5, Matt 26:14-16
Thursday: Last Supper & Gethsemane
John 13:1-35, Luke 22:39-46, Matt 26:36-57
Good Friday: Crucifixion & Burial
Saturday: Teaching in the Spirit World
1Peter 3:18-19, 3Nephi 8&9, Matt 27:62-66
Easter Sunday: Resurrection
Luke 24:1-12, John 20:11-17, Matt
Maybe the woman at the well, as she sat alone drawing water, was thinking of the weight of her burdens.
Maybe she was thinking how she wishes she could change things & how she wishes things were different. Perhaps she was thinking how she was only there because she wanted to be alone. Or maybe that she deserved to be alone.
There was a straight shot shortcut to Galilee through the Bethsan gap. It was essentially the only route for Jews to travel for 2 reasons: it was fast
It is well known the raging storm that caused the apostles to yell, “Carest thou not that we perish?!” But perhaps maybe we can more see ourselves in our personal storms & our heavy thoughts & passing doubts & our pleadings of: ‘Carest thou not that I’m struggling?!’ Carest thou not that this is SO hard?! That this was unwanted? That I don’t deserve this? Thats this has been going on for TOO long? Carest thou not…that I don’t think I can go on…?! Carest thou not…about ME? Lik
For 3 ENTIRE DAYS & 3 entire nights – nonstop – he was in the MOST BITTER pain. Torment.
No breaks. No let-ups. Just paralyzing anguish that kept him crying to God. Completely consuming that whole time. But then… after the longest passing time of immobilizing struggle,
he found peace to his soul. And so sometimes we feel like things are THE MOST consuming & THE WORST anguish–
and we agonize over the passing time with no breaks or let ups–
and we have to make the decision
I DID IT! I FINALLY EARNED MY YOUNG WOMAN’S MEDALLION! This is a huge deal to me, and my convert heart is elated! It took me 2 months to do the whole thing because I wanted to finish it before Young Woman in Excellence in my ward on November 1st. It was a lot of work. It was most of my nights spent at our kitchen table reading and writing. Just ask Ben, I wasn’t fun to hang out with some nights, haha. But I was totally driven—having that deadline to work towards kept me on tr
I teamed up with the designer of the Gospel Library App for 5 tips you’ll want to know that will increase your study experience! Here are the times when each tip starts if you wanted to jump around out of order: 1. Settings 0:22 – Changing app color & text size.
2. Toolbar 1:17 – Select, highlight styles, delete, define, search, tags.
3. Bookmarks 4:24 – Creating, naming, changing, deleting, multiple.
4. Sidebar 5:36 – Tapping links & footnotes without changing screens,
[If you don't feel like reading, scroll to the bottom & watch my vid😎] If you’ve read my book you’ll know how hard things became and all the people I lost after I joined the church. There were several times that my co workers and my boss would lock me in their office and make me watch all of these terrible and untrue videos about the gospel. They would tell me I am a terrible person and what I am apart of is wrong. How hard that was just being baptized and felt like I was be