Mr, Nielson and I visited Coeur d'Alene, Idaho for Valentine's Day.
Neither of us had ever been there; we just had heard it was a
beautiful little city filled with lakes and
pine trees as far as the eyes could see.
So, we spent our days driving around, sleeping in, eating out, taking photos,
and talking to the Little Nies pretty much every
hour on the phone....(who gave Lottie the phone?).
Christian and I are reevaluating some things in our life.
It's been stressful and, to be honest, frustrating.
My mind has reflected on the scripture in D&C 19:23:
"Learn of me, and listen to my words; walk in the meekness
of my Spirit, and you shall have peace in me."
I can't tell you how much that scripture lifts my heart.
I know that only through Christ I will find peace and healing.
I trust in, and I know
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Teachings from RMN:
"Thus Shall My Church Be Called", April, 1990
A saint is tolerant, and is attentive to the pleadings of other
human beings, not only to spoken messages
but to unspoken messages as well.
A saint is different from an individual whose
response to a concern might be a selfish
"What do I care" attitude. A real saint responds,
"What? I do care!" Do is an action verb, and it becomes the
driving force in the reply of one who will care for another in need.