I Want to Qualify

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Now behold, a marvelous work is about to come forth among the children of men. Therefore, O ye that embark in the service of God, see that ye serve him …

Aim for Eternity

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When you approach life with the aim to fulfill you may find yourself not just wiping the messy hands and messy face of your child hurriedly to get to the …

Fulfill vs Balance

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The goal each day and in life isn’t to balance everything — unless you are a plate balancer. And if you are a plate balancer you can do nothing else …

Prepare Every Day

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Prepare every day for the Second Coming. That is a family motto in my household. It was a phrase that came to me one day and that impression has never …

Boxed In

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Ever tried fitting into a box? It isn’t comfortable. It doesn’t really work, unless you’re a contortionist. It isn’t fun. It’s stuffy. Boring. Eventually you will ache. You’re muscles will …

No More Bad Days

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I live by this saying: Everyday is a good day, some days are just better than others. If there is even one good thing that happened during the day, it …

Where I Live

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I wouldn’t mind someone walking into my home and saying, “Wow, it looks like no one lives here.” There would be no messes, no clutter, just a few places to …

The Roles of a Father

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Now let’s look at the role a father plays in our lives: Fathers give blessings and perform sacred ordinances for their children. These will become spiritual highlights in their lives. …

All Are Homemakers

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“We need to take a term which is sometimes spoken of with derision and elevate it. It is the term homemaker. All of us—women, men, youth, and children, single or …

My Purpose

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This past week I fasted to know if I could get specific guidance on what my purpose was. God answered. And you know what? Cleaning the house wasn’t on the …

Sorrow for Growth

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It is from sorrow, not sin, that we learn the good from the bad. Sorrow is the sacrifice we pay for growth. What are we growing into? Perfection — Because …

How to Develop a Talent

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JUMP IN: Don’t wait until a talent is perfected to share it. Learn to connect with others while you are developing it. REACH OUT: Seek out opportunities to practice and …