Tuesday’s Torch 510
November 13, 2018
Brothers and Sisters, I’d like to discuss a couple things that I hope will make a profound impact on us all: finding a way to feel of the Saviors love and guidance more abundantly, and seeking answers and help through prayer.
So let’s discuss a couple things. First we shall go over a specific way to ensure that we can be blessed with the presence of the Lord. In Matthew 18:20 Christ states that “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” This is a very wonderful and tremendous promise. As we join together as family, friends and loved ones to discuss the Savior or to pray and study together, We will be keeping him close by our sides.
We could all stand to feel of His love more abundantly. So let’s all try our best to make our homes Christ-centered homes and the comfort, peace, love and blessings of the Lord will be a constant source of strength and protection for us.
We all have questions that we feel we should ask or help that we should seek. Many of us are sometimes scared that either we will not be given an answer, that it will be different than the answer we want or hope for, or that the help we request will not be granted.
If you are seeking an answer to a prayer, remember these words from James 1:5-6, “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.
But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering.” Know that as you exercise true faith, the answers will be made available to you. Some answers may be given to you in the soft whispers of the Spirit while other promptings may come to us as we dedicate ourselves to righteous endeavors.
As for seeking help. If you need strength or comfort or assistance when things seem too hard or difficult on your own, we may seek help. Proverbs 10:24 tells us that “the desire of the righteous shall be granted.” As we seek after righteousness we will be blessed. What a wonderful promise that is.
Some of the most amazing moments of my life have been the ones where I knew that the Savior was guiding and directing me. Those times when I knew that I was actually doing what I was supposed to and being blessed. It is my fervent prayer that those moments become more and more frequent for myself and each of us. My greatest blessings such as my marvelous family have all been from God and I am so thankful for them.
I pray that this week we may all find opportunities to gather together in the name of Jesus Christ. Fellowship one with another. As we invite the Spirit more abundantly into our lives we will find a tremendous strength and power to help us through our mortal journey. And as we ask for help from our Father in Heaven; the blessings will be felt in our families, marriages, friendships, churches and communities! I pray that blessing for us all, in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.
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