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“Live MormonAds” Part 4

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Part 4 of  the “live Mormonads” that some of our ward members cam up with at a Home Evening activity. We were given a list of possible phrases to use and told that we could only use photos from our phones, and that we couldn’t use photos from online. We had less than an hour to see how many we could come up with and to e-mail them to our home evening leader.

Click on the photos for links to the talks or articles that they came from, or that pertain to the phrase.

STOP IT paint collage

This topic of judging others could actually be taught in a two-word sermon. When it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm, please apply the following:

Stop it!

Which way are we heading

D&C 121:45, as quoted by Elder Jorg Klebingat in “Approaching the Throne of God With Confidence

 

the future is as bright

A play on a quote from President Monson, “The Future is as Bright as Your Faith,” from the talk “Be of Good Cheer.” (click on the photo for a link to the talk)

 

The foundation of your character

As quoted in Elder Jorg Klebingat’s talk, “Approaching the Throne of God With Confidence”

 

The choice is yours

 

My young brothers, (and sisters) if you are not proactive in educating your desires, the world will do it for you. Every day the world seeks to influence your desires, enticing you to buy something, click on something, play something, read or watch something. Ultimately, the choice is yours. You have agency. It is the power to not only act on your desires but also to refine, purify, and elevate your desires. Agency is your power to become. Each choice takes you closer to or further from what you are meant to become; each click has meaning. Always ask yourself, “Where will this choice lead?” Develop the ability to see beyond the moment. …Elder Randall L. Ridd

Technology can lead us to Christ

 Owning a Smartphone Does Not Make You Smart, but Using It Wisely Can

 

I recently received a letter from a woman who reported having endured great suffering in her life. A terrible wrong, which she did not identify but alluded to, had been committed against her. She admitted that she struggled with feelings of great bitterness. In her anger, she mentally cried out, “Someone must pay for this terrible wrong.” In this extreme moment of sorrow and questioning, she wrote that there came into her heart an immediate reply: “Someone already has paid.” …President Boyd K. Packer

Somebody has already paid

Somebody has already paid(2)

Somebody already had paid

Share the gospel with a friend

Set your Do It Switch to NOW!

Set your _do it_ switch to NOW

Scatter sunshine

Scatter sunshine(2)

Rescue in unity

Ponder the path of thy feet

Ponder the path of thy feet

Ponder the path of thy feet(3)

Ponder the path of thy feet(2)

Ponder the Path of thy Feet (2)

Lord, is it I_

lord is it i

 

Forget Me Not

 

One day I had the opportunity to drive President James E. Faust to a stake conference. During the hours we spent in the car, President Faust took the time to teach me some important principles about my assignment. He explained also how gracious the members of the Church are, especially to General Authorities. He said, “They will treat you very kindly. They will say nice things about you.” He laughed a little and then said, “Dieter, be thankful for this. But don’t you ever inhale it.”

That is a good lesson for us all, brethren, in any calling or life situation. We can be grateful for our health, wealth, possessions, or positions, but when we begin to inhale it—when we become obsessed with our status; when we focus on our own importance, power, or reputation; when we dwell upon our public image and believe our own press clippings—that’s when the trouble begins; that’s when pride begins to corrupt.

…President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Don't inhale itNever Inhale It

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Author: pickleclub1971

I'm a single mom of 2: a Southern CA native, who transplanted to Utah 4 years ago. I have one 18 year old who is off to the Ivy League, and one 14 year old who is in high school. I served an LDS Mission to Southern France and I’ve also lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, Idaho, Northern Arizona, and New Hampshire. I love 80’s music, classical music, choral music, playing the piano, singing, speaking what French I still remember, and talking about history and music with whomever will listen. I love that my kids are better at math than I was at their age. (But they still get frequent historical references from me…anyone familiar with Ducky from NCIS? He’s that kind of medical examiner, I’m that kind of mom.) My kids also think I know all the lyrics to all the songs from the 80’s, mainly because I’m good at making them up and faking it when I don’t know. Sometimes they catch me. I’m currently disabled with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). I want to get better (of course) and be an advocate for trauma survivors and others with mental illnesses. I like people in general. I suffer from the delusion that I can make everyone my friend, but of course that isn’t possible: but I still believe that the world can be a better place.

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