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Did You Experience The Inspiration?


Did you take a moment to check out the wonderful General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints over the weekend?  If so, you heard something great and inspiring!

Included were songs by the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, talks by a living Prophet of God, Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ, and other inspired leaders of the Church.

You would have felt, as did I, stirring messages of hope, happiness, and peace in spite of the turmoil that is present in the world today.  The gospel light of Christ shines through it all, and is there for us to grasp and follow.

Where there is the light of Christ, there can be no darkness!

If you missed it, or would like to experience more of it, you can go to lds.org and see and hear the inspiring messages whenever you want.

God did not leave us alone, nor without resources.  He has provided everything that is needed to be able to live a happy and fulfilling life now, and to return to live with Him in the eternities.

Try it and see for yourself.  🙂

LDS General Conference 4/2013


English: The perform in the during General Con...

English: The perform in the during General Conference of . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Did you catch any of the LDS General Conference over the weekend?  It was absolutely inspiring!

 

You can watch it, or any part of it, at http://www.lds.org/general-conference/sessions/2013/04?lang=eng.  I hear they’re setting up a site where you can catch any of the past General Conferences: gc.lds.org.

 

Meanwhile, maybe we can discuss some of the talks that were given.

 

The music was also wonderful.  The Mormon Tabernacle Choir sang for 3 of the sessions.  They always do such a heartfelt and touching performance.  Students from BYU sang at the other general session.  They were wonderful as well.

 

At the close of conference, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sang, “Come, Come Ye Saints“:

 

“Come, come ye saints, no toil nor labor fear

 

but with joy wend your way.

 

‘tho hard to you this journey may appear,

 

grace shall be as your day.

 

’tis better far for us to strive

 

our useless cares from us to drive.

 

Do this and joy, your hearts will swell,

 

All is well.  All is well.”

 

Words to live by.  🙂