A Personal Relationship with the Savior - James E. Faust
A: First, the songs make it very easy to memorize the text of the Living Christ. and personal relationship with the Living Christ, who is the focus of this effort. See more ideas about Lds talks, General conference and Jesus christ. Developing a Personal Relationship with the Savior - BYU Speeches Lds Talks, Personal Patsy Cline is a favorite and I can do up to 6 songs of hers if need. Crazy is. I join with all in acknowledging the greatness of President S. Dilworth Young and his associates of the First Council of the Seventy. I am humbled and honored to.
He is literally the Father of our spirits. Our Father in Heaven and Jesus Christ love each of us perfectly and want to be actively involved in our lives, but ultimately we must be the ones to invite Them in. We can find peace when we build our personal relationships with God and Jesus Christ by immersing ourselves in the word of God.
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Begin by looking at scripture study as a way to come to know God better and to learn how you can become like Him. Read about the life of Jesus Christ, His divine attributes and character, and look for ways you can follow Him in your daily life.
Pray to have a conversation with God, to listen as well as to ask, and to humbly seek to know God's will for you and your life. Trust that He will guide you to become more the person you're meant to be.
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As you come to know Them through study of Their words and sincere communication with Them, your faith in and love for Them will increase and your relationship with Them becomes much more personal. God is not just a supreme divine being but your loving Heavenly Father.
Christ is a savior of all, but also your Savior. The more you develop this godly perspective and the more you involve Them in your life, the more you can develop confidence in your eternal identity and experience peace. Look for reminders of God's promises and trust that He will keep them. The scriptures are full of the promises God has made with His people and with particular individuals, from Adam and Eve to the Israelites to today. Usually the promise or covenant will come with a blessing of joy and peace for those who are faithful.
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Hold fast to the promises God has made you. Often the difficulties we face in this life try our faith. We need to accept that trials big or small are a part of life. Some trials are the result of sin or the result of choices we or others have made, some are sent by God to test us, and some are a naturally occurring part of mortality. Some trials may last a long time, and some may never be resolved in this life.
The more we rely on the word of God and the promises God has made to us, the more peace and reassurance we can feel. As we approach our difficulties with faith and patience, we continue to trust in God and His love for us even in life's darkest times.
We can see examples of this in the scriptures and latter-days. In the world ye shall have tribulation: But we can be happy and find peace regardless of our circumstances. Remember that with God, every experience in your life can be for your good and work toward your salvation.
As Apostle Orson F. Kimball in Faith Precedes the Miracle Finding peace takes faith, patience, effort, and having a more godly perspective of life, but the promise of it is there and available to all through the word of God.
As a result, they missed out on a lot of the blessings the Lord and Moses knew they could have received: They shirked what was required for them to personally be in the presence of God. Don't rely on others for your testimony. If I need to know something, someone else will tell me—because we have the fullness of the gospel. Now I know I need to know Him for myself, and neither you nor I can rely on someone else to build that relationship for us. That is why the story of Joseph Smith illustrates, to me, why the gospel is so amazing.
We live the gospel of Jesus Christ because we believe that we can see the Lord for ourselves. Joseph Smith is an example of someone who strove to live the gospel and saw God and Jesus Christ because of it.
What Joseph Smith experienced is, like a scientific experiment, both observable and repeatable. And the formula is in Moroni As the Prophet Joseph explained, We cannot claim these promises which were made to the ancients for they are not our property, merely because they were made to the ancient Saints, yet if we are the children of the Most High, and are called with the same calling with which they were called, and embrace the same covenant that they embraced, and are faithful to the testimony of our Lord as they were, we can approach the Father in the name of Christ as they approached Him, and for ourselves obtain the same promises.
These promises, when obtained, if ever by us, will not be because Peter, John and the other Apostles.