Melanie Stroud

Episodes 6 AND 7 – Free to Choose Liberty and Eternal Life, through the Great Mediator AND We Lived After the Manner of Happiness

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Episodes 6 AND 7 - Free to Choose Liberty and Eternal Life, through the Great Mediator AND We Lived After the Manner of Happiness
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*Sorry friends for a repeat email this week.  Someone alerted me to the fact it wasn’t working.  And it wasn’t!  Hopefully it’s here this time.   

Here is a link to the lesson in the manual.  And HERE is a link to the lesson in the manual (because there are two, remember?).

Here’s a quote I used part of

President Joseph F. Smith said,

“One fault to be avoided by the Saints, young and old, is the tendency to live on borrowed light, with their own hidden under a bushel; to permit the savor of their salt of knowledge to be lost; and the light within them to be reflected, rather than original. …

“Men and women should become settled in the truth, and founded in the knowledge of the gospel, depending upon no person for borrowed or reflected light, but trusting only upon the Holy Spirit, who is ever the same, shining forever and testifying to the individual and the priesthood, who live in harmony with the laws of the gospel, of the glory and the will of the Father. They will then have light everlasting which cannot be obscured. By its shining in their lives, they shall cause others to glorify God; and by their well-doing put to silence the ignorance of foolish men, and show forth the praises of him who hath called them out of darkness into his marvelous light.” (Gospel Doctrine, 5th ed., Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co., 1939, pp. 87–88; italics added.)

 

 
“It may soon come to pass that you sir, and all our friends may perceive that you are walking in the light of a fire and sparks that you yourselves have kindled, and that you may turn around and fear the lord, obey the voice of his servant and thereby escape the sentence, “ye shall lie down in sorrow.”  History of the church volume IV page 6 
President Spencer W. Kimball said:
“When you look in the dictionary for the most important word, do you know what it is? It could be ‘remember.’ Because all of [us] have made covenants…our greatest need is to remember. That is why everyone goes to sacrament meeting every Sabbath day—to take the sacrament and listen to the priests pray that [we] ‘may always remember him and keep his commandments which he has given [us].’ … ‘Remember’ is the word

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