FaithNow faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. - Hebrews 11:1
My favorite scripture is Isaiah 41:10: Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.This I BelieveRead the Book of Mormon
If I am so grateful for God loving me wholeheartedly, just exactly as I am right now…how important is it that I do the same to those around me?
This is a post about relying on faith when job-hunting, and is hopefully relatable to recent college graduates.
This is a blog post about graduation and starting your career.
I stood at the pulpit of my parent’s home ward, staring into a sea of people and seeing only a few faces. I was the last speaker for my mom’s funeral service, something I actually took joy in. Two weeks later I attended church services at my student Young Single Adult ward. I was broken, hurt, confused, scared out of my mind, and feeling cut off.
A sense of purpose, strength, an honor divine.
With furrowed brow and knowing eyes,
Each step of your life carefully thought out.
It’s there for you, your destined route.
When God made me, I think his hand slipped with his bottle of ‘ground temper’ and he ran out of ‘extract of patience.’ For instance, I have recently noticed I have a severe case of road rage. No, it’s seriously going to get me shot one day.
I could never ever in my life deny that God lives. He lives, he loves us, he knows us, and he is here to help us. It is my belief that when we left our Father in heaven to come to Earth and carry out his plan that he made us a few promises. Of those promises, I believe he promised a great life. He never promised a life with-out trials, but he promised us a great life indeed.