Tuesday, October 17, 2017

How to have the Joy of Christ in our lives

The word joy appears in over 300 verses in scripture, so it would appear that the Lord wants us to have Joy, and in those verses, shows us how to have joy.

John 15:9-11 tells us how we can have that joy; "As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love.

If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s commandments, and abide in his love.

These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full."

So when we keep the commandments, the joy of God will remain in us.  It stands to reason that as the perfectly obedient son, Jesus Christ, is the embodiment of having a fulness of Joy. 

We also know that Ammon, in the Book of Mormon, several times was so overcome with joy that it exhausted his strength.  The question is asked of us as follows:

"Now the joy of Ammon was so great even that he was full; yea, he was swallowed up in the joy of his God...Now was not this exceeding joy? Behold, this is joy which none receiveth save it be the truly penitent and humble seeker of happiness." (Alma 27:17-18)

Ammon did the will of the Lord in all things after his conversion, and sought the joy of the Lord.  Are we obedient, and do we follow the will of the Lord and serve others so that we may have the Joy of the Savior to be with us?

As we do, we will experience that joy beyond compare, the true joy of the Lord.  There is nothing so sweet as that is. 

That we may ever do so, I pray. 

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Monday, October 16, 2017

"And being in agony he prayed more earnestly..." so he could redeem and comfort us

In the Garden of Gethsemane (and later on the cross), the Savior took upon him our sins, trials, pain, and suffering so that we could turn to him in our trials and sins, and be comforted and forgiven.  It also allows the Savior to redeem us in the end.  I hope you take the time to read all of this.  First, we read the following biblical account;

"And he was withdrawn from them about a stone’s cast, and kneeled down, and prayed,

Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done.

And there appeared an angel unto him from heaven, strengthening him.

And being in an agony he prayed more earnestly: and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground.

And when he rose up from prayer, and was come to his disciples, he found them sleeping for sorrow" (Luke 22:41-45). 


We also have Modern Revelation, where the Savior himself spoke of Gethsemane and how it applies to us as follows:

"For behold, I, God, have suffered these things for all, that they might not suffer if they would repent;...

Which suffering caused myself, even God, the greatest of all, to tremble because of pain, and to bleed at every pore, and to suffer both body and spirit—and would that I might not drink the bitter cup, and shrink—

Nevertheless, glory be to the Father, and I partook and finished my preparations unto the children of men" (D&C 19:16, 18-19).

Apostles and prophets have testified of the truth of this, and I add my testimony to theirs, that Christ suffered for our sins, and our infirmities, so that we would not have to suffer.  We would not be able to bear it. 

Medical Journals have recorded cases where people who bled from their pores died.  Which means that Christ used the Godhood in him to go beyond what mortal man is able to bear, and he did it just to suffer more, as he continued to do in the garden and on the cross. If he were human, he would have died, but he used his power as the Great High Priest to sustain his life, only to suffer more. 

If he only had to do it for one person's sins, and that person was you, he would have done it.  And because he went through it, not only can he forgive sins, but he can now lift our burdens, comfort us in our trials, and succor us as we come unto him and find rest, as his invitation in scripture is (Matthew 11:28, others).

There is more scripture that says he could comfort us in our infirmities, as Isaiah, Matthew, and Alma record, that he took upon him our infirmities, that he might be filled with mercy, and would be able to succor us in our infirmities. 

So not just our sins, but he has power to strengthen us in our trials, to comfort stricken hearts, and lift us when it seems we have no strength to go on. 

And in the end, he will redeem us, and will take us to a place where, as Elder Wirthlin and countless prophets have commented on, life in our prime, no disease, no sadness, no pain or sorrow, and he will wipe all tears from our eyes, as the Revelator said in Revelations 21:4.

This will be the ultimate comfort he gives us. I marvel at the Love Christ has for each of us.  We do not have the ability to comprehend that love, but we can feel it as we turn to God in prayer, in the name of Christ, and as we study of him in the scriptures, and selflessly serve others.  I love Christ with all of my heart, and hope and pray that each of us might come unto Christ, and get to know him on in a deeply personal way, and feel of his love.  For he is our only hope and salvation.  Then, may we share that love with others.

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Saturday, October 14, 2017

"as ye have done it unto the least of these...ye have done it unto me"

In this picture, we see the Savior seeking to lift and comfort a little child. Little children love the Savior completely, and the Savior seeks to help and lift them. 

How do we help lift others, and Love God?  In Mark 12:30 the Savior says the following of the most important laws of the Gospel:

"And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment."

He follows with the second great commandment "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these."

How well do we live these commandments?  Do we give our whole souls to the Lord, holding nothing back? 

Psalms echoes this promise "Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, and that seek him with the whole heart."

Also, do we seek to serve others through a kind word or deed, do we seek to lift others in whatever way we can?

There is no sweeter blessing in life than giving our lives for the work of the Lord.  Putting aside the movies and Television, and instead, using our creativity and prayers to find more ways to serve the Lord, and to serve others. 

If we determine to do that, ways to serve the Lord and serve others will come to us as we pray and ponder the scriptures, and seek him out in prayer.  We may decide to join an online support group to help support others going through hard times.  We may decide to share the gospel with others.  We may decide to spend more time at the temple.  There are a million other things we can do, but as we leave behind the things of this world, the spirit will impress upon us ways that we can help.

Remember the scripture that says "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." (Matthew 25:40). 

President Eyring has echoed this when he said "When we reach out to succor anyone, the Savior feels as if we had reached out to succor him."

I promise you if you will give your lives to the Savior, and seek to do his will, you will see miracles happen in your life.  You will see his hand working for you and for others.

But most important, you will feel of his love for you as you team with him to help others.  And you will come to know Christ.  You will come to know of his reality. And will be able to feel of his love. 

The only greater joy will be when, at the last day, you embrace him, and enter his kingdom, having done his will.  What joy will enter our hearts at that time. 

May we ever Love God and serve others is my prayer.  Then we, like the child in the picture, may feel of the presence of the Savior again. 

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Friday, October 13, 2017

Do you have trials? "I testify to you in the name of the one who conquered death..."

What happens when trials threaten to overcome us?  How can we continue when times get so hard we sometimes feel like giving up?

Elder Wirthlin, someone who knew about trials,  gave a comforting talk some time ago about the Friday of the Crucifixion giving way to the glorious light of the Sunday of the Resurrection, and how it relates to us and our own trials.  That we aren't alone, and can be comforted.  Here is just a bit of what he said:

"I think of how dark that Friday was when Christ was lifted up on the cross.

On that terrible Friday the earth shook and grew dark. Frightful storms lashed at the earth....

On that Friday the Savior of mankind was humiliated and bruised, abused and reviled.

It was a Friday filled with devastating, consuming sorrow that gnawed at the souls of those who loved and honored the Son of God.

I think that of all the days since the beginning of this world’s history, that Friday was the darkest.

But the doom of that day did not endure.

The despair did not linger because on Sunday, the resurrected Lord burst the bonds of death. He ascended from the grave and appeared gloriously triumphant as the Savior of all mankind.

And in an instant the eyes that had been filled with ever-flowing tears dried. The lips that had whispered prayers of distress and grief now filled the air with wondrous praise, for Jesus the Christ, the Son of the living God, stood before them as the firstfruits of the Resurrection, the proof that death is merely the beginning of a new and wondrous existence.

Each of us will have our own Fridays—those days when the universe itself seems shattered and the shards of our world lie littered about us in pieces. We all will experience those broken times when it seems we can never be put together again. We will all have our Fridays.

But I testify to you in the name of the One who conquered death—Sunday will come. In the darkness of our sorrow, Sunday will come.

No matter our desperation, no matter our grief, Sunday will come. In this life or the next, Sunday will come." (Sunday will come, October 2006 General Conference)

I add my testimony to Elder Wirthlins that the Savior can lift and comfort us through the spirit as we turn to him, and even during those times it feels like he is far away, he isn't. 

He can relate to all of the pains you could ever feel, because he felt them, too.  You are not alone in your trials and hardships.  He is there.  At a future day, you will be able to embrace him and you will know then that he has lifted you and has strengthened you, and your heart will be full of gratitude at that time as your heart is healed.

That we may ever have Faith in the Savior is my prayer.

You can watch a short Mormon Message with clips from the talk below


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Thursday, October 12, 2017

The power of prayer to lift our souls to heaven

Do we avail ourselves of the power of prayer?  It is our way of communing with our maker, who hears the silent pleadings of our heart, and will answer our prayers.  I want to relate some experience I have had with prayer, but first, scripture says the following of prayer:

"let all thy thoughts be directed unto the Lord; yea, let the affections of thy heart be placed upon the Lord forever.

Counsel with the Lord in all thy doings, and he will direct thee for good; yea, when thou liest down at night lie down unto the Lord, that he may watch over you in your sleep; and when thou risest in the morning let thy heart be full of thanks unto God; and if ye do these things, ye shall be lifted up at the last day" (Alma 37:36-37). 


What peaceful promises. Do we regularly pour out our hearts to the Lord, and during the day, are out hearts full, and "drawn out in prayer unto him continually?" (Alma 34:27).  Indeed much of Alma 34 is devoted to how important prayer to our Father in Heaven is, in the name of Christ. 

Some of the best moments I have had, have come when I received the sweet peace of the spirit as an answer to a prayer.  Whether in trials, or in good times, it has been a calm peace as a drink of cool water to a parched soul, this Living Water (John 4:15).  It's peace fills us with joy, peace, and quiet answers to the silent pleadings of the heart. It fills us with the love of God, and helps us become one with the Father, as the Savior prayed for in the intercessory prayer (John 17:20-23).

May we ever pour out our hearts to the Lord, and he can and will answer our prayers in his own due time.  And may we pray often, and our hearts be drawn out in prayer all the day long, that we may be blessed from on high.

May we ever pour our hearts out to the Father, in the name of Christ, and find rest, is my prayer.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

"Come unto me..." Christ's Plea to find rest in him

The phrase Come unto me appears many times in scripture.  It is said so many times that we would do well to listen to them.  Probably the most well known of the Savior using this phrase is in Matthew 11:28 where he says "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." 

Haven't we all at times in our lives been burdened or in the middle of trials, and longed for rest?  Have we earnestly sought the Savior out to find his rest and comfort?  He pleads with us to. 

To better understand the depth of these words, Come unto me, Elder Talmage in Jesus The Christ calls this invitation Christ's  "greatest outpouring of spiritual emotion."  Here the Savior is entreating us with all he has in him to come unto him and find rest. 


He who spent his whole life comforting, healing, and teaching the sick, afflicted, poor, and downtrodden is aware of us and our afflictions, and longs to lift them. For he took them upon him in the Garden and on the cross.  Matthew records that Christ "took our infirmities, and bare our sicknesses" (Matthew 8:17).


And so, having overcome all, just as he did for others when he was on earth, he still beckons us to come unto him and find rest.  As we do, we will feel of the joy that flows from him, and we will feel of his love.

Some of the most comforting moments in my life have been when I was overwhelmed with trials, and I poured out my heart in prayer to the Father, in the name of Christ.  The sweet peace that came into my life comforted me, strengthened me, and lifted me.

If that is what heaven feels like, I would give anything just to live worthy to be there, and to be able to have that comfort in this life as well.  When you feel that, it changes you, and you gladly follow the Savior's invitation to come unto him. 

May we ever Come unto Him, and feel of his love and comfort, is my prayer.  And may we do it every day of our lives, so that we may return to his presence and the presence of the Father again with our families. 

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Christ is the head of the church-Can we not go to him to find out the truth of all things?

I saw a message board the other day, and there was a discussion about whether or not the Prophet can lead us astray, and I wanted to share my response here. Many have these questions, and many years ago, I struggled with these same questions. There is a way to resolve them that brings you closer to Christ, which is the goal of the Church.   

I do not mean to say that people can't have questions with this first "solution," so please do not take it that way.  It is good to have questions, and this is one way to resolve those questions.  I hope you take the time to read this to the end. 

The first response I have is Devote your lives to Christ, as the apostles and Prophets have, for many many years. Put aside your tv and movies, and popular music, and focus entirely on trying to engage somewhere in the mission of the church, through missionary work, temple work and family history, or strengthening and lifting others, and other members.  I really mean we should do this to find answers.

I believe a person has to have devoted their lives to Christ and the mission of the gospel as the General Authorities have, have attended the temple as long as they have, have devoted themselves to a study of the scriptures as long as they have, and done everything they could to devote themselves to Christ for as long as they have before we will fully understand them. And in doing so, we will come closer to Christ, who can answer our questions.

The more I find out about Christ, the more convinced I am that the Brethren are inspired, and if they have made mistakes, it doesn't matter, because they are still chosen by God to be his mouthpiece.  My questions have been swallowed up by the overwhelming witness of the spirit given to me that Christ is at the head of the church.

This is the next part.  Christ is the head of the Church.  First some scriptures, then the conclusion.  Colossians 1:18 says the following;

"And he [Christ] is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence."

We also see this same doctrine taught in the Book of Mormon, where Moroni teaches about baptism, the gift of the Holy Ghost, and speaks of enduring to the end, "relying alone upon the merits of Christ, who was the author and the finisher of their faith," and then goes on to speak of the physical church, putting this in context. (Moroni 6:4)

Then we have this echoed in modern revelation, where the Lord says, speaking about the church says "And verily, verily, I say unto you, that this church have I established and called forth out of the wilderness." (Doctrine & Covenants 33:5)

Christ is the head of the church.  Can we not ask the Father in his name to find out the truth of things, as Joseph Smith did?

Have we taken the well known passage in James literally, and asked of God?  And have we diligently studied in the scriptures or the Topical Guide, or lds.org or the Gospel Library Mobile App to find either the answers to our questions, or the calm assurance of the spirit that God is still at the head of the church?  

Have we followed the Advice of President Nelson who said the Lord loves to teach us in his temple?  Have we taken our questions to the temple? Have we gone to the temple to ask the Lord to let us know that he is still at the head of this work? We are told the Lord's presence will be there in the temple.  Do we ask of God in perfect faith?

In the process, do we study deeply the scriptures, and strengthen our testimony of and relationship with Christ even when we don't have all the answers?

This process of finding out takes a lot longer, and requires more patience, but the answers will come, and they will come in a way that strengthens your faith, and will help you have that rock hard testimony that is a strength to others. 

And it will lead you in a path directly back to Christ, the "Author and Finisher of our Faith."

And that is the purpose of this Church.  To lead you back to Christ.  I testify that as we will follow these steps, we will have the calm assurance that the Church is true, that even though our leaders are fallible, that Christ is still at the head of the Church. 

More importantly, we will share a relationship with Christ that will give us the understanding we need.  That we might come to know Christ, and have that testimony of the divinity of this work, and that this is his church, is my prayer. 

 Along with the Bible, Christ's words are in the Book of Mormon. Find out for yourself and read the Promise of the Book of Mormon online now at http://bit.ly/10t8QYm or get a free copy at http://bit.ly/11WKJ1G

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Monday, October 9, 2017

The depth of Christ's compassion and mercy for you

Elder Holland has quoted Psalms 136:1 relative to Christ where it says "his mercy endureth for ever."

Psalms also says that the Lord is "ready to forgive and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call upon [him]." (Psalms 86:5).

Indeed scripture, and especially the Psalms is replete with references to the Lord being merciful.  There is more...

Mercy and compassion are almost the same.  The prophet Micah has said "he will have compassion upon us; he will subdue our iniquities; and thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths of the sea." (Micah 7:19)

Lamentations further says that "his compassions fail not." (Lamentations 3:22). 

What wonderful words, that he takes our sins upon him because of his compassion, and that compassion lasts forever, so long as we call upon him, and repent and come unto him. 

As we look at the Savior's life, we see compassion being perfected in him.  In all things he had compassion on others, healing the sick, comforting the downtrodden, and finally, atoning for our sins, sacrificing himself so he could show mercy to us. 

This is the ultimate act of mercy. 

He is alive today, and through the spirit, continues to show mercy to all who will come unto him.  He lifts, strengthens, heals, comforts, and in all ways, still shows compassion and mercy.

And in the end, if we come unto him, he will save us, and exalt us, to dwell with him in his presence and the presence of the Father together with our families. 

What a wonderful promise from our Merciful Savior.  Please, with all my heart, come unto him.  Devote yourselves to him.  Let him heal and comfort you and even though you still may have trials, he will comfort you in them, for he is merciful and has compassion and understands all who come unto him. 

May we ever do that, is my prayer.

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Saturday, October 7, 2017

Christ understands our deepest pains personally, and can comfort and lift us

When we go through trials, do we realize that Christ knows everything we could ever go through?  That he can comfort, lift, and save us?  This is because he knows our pain personally.  Isaiah says

"He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not.

Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted." (Isaiah 53:3-4)

We look at his life and ministry.  Many people followed him, but many people also mocked him, tried to kill him, and he kept having to confound the chief priests and rabbis, who wanted him gone. 
Then, after the Last Supper, he went through the pain of Gethsemane, which modern scripture describes in Christ's own words

"Which suffering caused myself, even God, the greatest of all, to tremble because of pain, and to bleed at every pore, and to suffer both body and spirit—and would that I might not drink the bitter cup, and shrink—" (Doctrine & Covenants 19:18)

He faced everything alone, his apostles sleeping while he was in agony.  So severe it was that as he bled great drops of blood, an angel had to strengthen him. 

Afterwards, betrayed by one of his own, he was led to mocking, spitting, hitting from the Chief Priests, mocking and flogging from the Roman Soldiers, and crucifixion to satisfy the demands of the mob. 

Christ was dying for the sins of those who would crucify him. 

On the cross, he cried out "My God, my God, why has thou forsaken me"  He knew what it was like to feel alone, forsaken, lost, and brokenhearted.

Who has not felt alone, full of sorrow, at the end of our rope, desperate in our misery?  We are not alone.  He is there, even if sometimes it feels like he is far away.  He isn't far away.  We are not alone.  

He is someone who understands our deepest sorrows, the things we do not talk about.  He understands perfectly because, as scripture says, "The Son of Man hath descended below them all" (Doctrine and Covenants 121:8)

And he did it so he could comfort us, strengthen us, forgive us, and redeem us.  He is a God who knows the depths we sink to and can lift and strengthen us in all we do.

That we may come unto him is my prayer.  And may we know that we are not alone in our trials. 

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Friday, October 6, 2017

Do we come unto Christ, and his gospel, the only way back home?

The Promised Messiah is the only way we can return to the presence of God.  Nephi states the following:

"Wherefore, redemption cometh in and through the Holy Messiah; for he is full of grace and truth.

Behold, he offereth himself a sacrifice for sin, to answer the ends of the law, unto all those who have a broken heart and a contrite spirit; and unto none else can the ends of the law be answered."

Nephi goes on further:

"Wherefore, how great the importance to make these things known unto the inhabitants of the earth, that they may know that there is no flesh that can dwell in the presence of God, save it be through the merits, and mercy, and grace of the Holy Messiah, who layeth down his life according to the flesh, and taketh it again by the power of the Spirit, that he may bring to pass the resurrection of the dead, being the first that should rise.

Wherefore, he is the firstfruits unto God, inasmuch as he shall make intercession for all the children of men; and they that believe in him shall be saved" (2 Nephi 2:6-9).


This message has to get to everyone.  Christ will intercede for all of us who come unto him, at the throne of the Father, having taken upon himself our sins, having paid the price for our iniquities.  By so doing, he is able to ransom us and to save us so we may repent and return to the presence of God together with our families forever.

He loves us with a love that is perfected through trial and pain.  Mothers know how their love for their children is perfected through their pain in childbirth.  How much greater is the love the Savior has for us?  He suffered even until death, and freely gave his life for us, for as he said in the Good Shepherd discourse, "no man taketh it, but I lay it down of myself" (John 10:18)

May we ever be grateful for our Savior and Redeemer, Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of our faith, and the Savior of all the earth who come unto him and repent.

That we all may come unto him and his restored gospel, and everything it has to offer is my prayer. 

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