HIGHLIGHTS: Russell M. Nelson on Gratitude (General Conference 1984-2020) – powered by Happy Scribe The consistency of prophetic council over time creates a powerful concert of clarity and a warning…
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President Russell M. Nelson, the 17th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will celebrate his 96th birthday on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020.
How seriously do you take President Russell M. Nelson as the Lord’s prophet today? Do you remember the last six promises he made at the April 2020 General Conference? Take this dive to refresh your memory, renew your commitment, and receive the promised blessings!
President M. Russell Ballard taught: “Through the centuries, prophets have fulfilled their duty when they have warned people of the dangers before them. The Lord’s Apostles are duty bound to watch, warn, and reach out to help those seeking answers to life’s questions” (“God Is at the Helm,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2015, 25).
“I’ve learned that even through clouds of sorrow, there can be silver linings found.”
In the New Testament, we read of the miracle Jesus performed in Nain—raising a widow’s son from the dead. As we study this story’s historical context, we’ll discover she had stood to lose far more than just her beloved son. She would lose her financial security, her property and inheritance, and even her legacy and name. Christ’s miracle of restoring the son also restored her. Like the widow of Nain, through the atonement of Jesus Christ, we too can be restored to all that the Father has promised us.
What the NAACP and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are doing together
“We are brothers and sisters, each of us the child of a loving Father in Heaven. His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, invites all to come unto Him—’black and white, bond and free, male and female.'”