Thursday, April 28, 2011


I am almost finished w the Book of Morman and i am reading about faith and that is something i have been really striving to work on and i read this so thought i would share.

"The Prophet Joseph . . . explained that 'faith is not only the principle of action, but of power also, in all intelligent beings, whether in heaven or on earth' (Lectures on Faith, 3). Thus, faith in Christ leads to righteous action, which increases our spiritual capacity and power. Understanding that faith is a principle of action and of power inspires us to exercise our moral agency in compliance with gospel truth, invites the redeeming and strengthening powers of the Savior's Atonement into our lives, and enlarges the power within us whereby we are agents unto ourselves (see D&C 58:28)."

David A. Bednar, "Ask in Faith," Ensign, May 2008, 95

Monday, April 25, 2011

me and my bf

I guess I haven't been blogging so much cause I have been spending time w my boyfriend he is so sweet and good to me such a good example as he says I'm the same.
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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

i need to blog more

I realized a while ago i need to blog more casue when i try to remember what i did the last month i remember my brain in already fried, and memories are erased lol cause i am so tired. All i can say i really need some chocolate right now and they are at Kasey house my choco mini eggs :(


"In 1976 an area general conference was held in Copenhagen, Denmark. Following the closing session, President Spencer W. Kimball desired to visit the Vor Frue Church, where the Thorvaldsen statues of the Christus and of the Twelve Apostles stand. . . .

"In Peter's hand, depicted in marble, is a set of heavy keys. President Kimball pointed to those keys and explained what they symbolized. Then, in an act I shall never forget, he turned to President Benthin [of the Copenhagen stake] and with unaccustomed firmness pointed his finger at him and said, 'I want you to tell everyone in Denmark that I hold the keys! We hold the real keys, and we use them every day.'

"I will never forget that declaration, that testimony from the prophet. The influence was spiritually powerful; the impression was physical in its impact."

Boyd K. Packer, "The Twelve," Ensign, May 2008, 85