Behold Thy King Cometh

Our journey through gospel progression can be boiled down to know, do, be. I discuss how this week’s Come Follow Me lesson got me thinking about that and how I can be better at living a Christlike life.

Quotes used in this episode

“Final Judgment is not just an evaluation of a sum total of good and evil acts what we have done. It is an acknowledgement of the final effect of our acts and thoughts–what we have become.”

-Dallin H. Oaks

“We might ask ourselves, “What attributes if understood by the child, would correct this behavior in the future? Being patient and forgiving when annoyed? Loving and being a peacemaker? Taking personal responsibility for one’s actions and not blaming? We will never have a greater opportunity to teach and show Christlike attributes to our children than in the way we discipline them.”

-Lynn G. Robbins

“Many of us create to do lists to remind us of things we want to accomplish. But people rarely have to be lists. Why? To dos are activities or events that can be checked off the list when done. To be, however, is never done. You can’t earn check marks with to bes.”

-Lynn G. Robbins

“Never let failure progress from an action to an identity”

-Lynn G. Robbins

Elder Lynn G. Robbins’ talk

What Manner of Men and Women Ought Ye to Be?

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2011/04/what-manner-of-men-and-women-ought-ye-to-be?lang=eng


President Dieter F. Uchtdorf’s Talk

On Being Genuine

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/04/on-being-genuine?lang=eng

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