February 26, 2021

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MichaelJanuary 27, 2020

Amen and amen.My wife attends an evangelical church. In order to not let religion divide us any further, we compromise every Sunday. She attends sacrament meeting with me and I attend her worship service with her. It took me a few years to get over the resentment and really appreciate a different church. I won't go into details, but this unique experience highlights the obvious fact that my ward has plenty of room for improvement. Especially in putting Jesus undeniably in the center of our focus, as described above. And our music could use some tuning up, but that is another topic.

Shelley T MerrillJanuary 26, 2020

Thank you for sharing both the article and the beautiful artwork of Simon Dewey!The insights shared are most appreciated.

RuthJanuary 23, 2020

Thank you!! This is exactly what I have been craving every Sunday when I attend Sacrament meetings. This world is such a mess with so much evil that I - in fact all of us - have a deep need for motivation and inspiration to focus on our beloved Savior. We are hungry for the hope, peace, trust, comforting encouragement and sweet spirit that such talks as you describe can bring us. We actually need this everyday but at least in every single sacred Sacrament meeting!!

Steve WilsonJanuary 21, 2020

Great insights again Wally and Barbara. I love the idea of looking for insights and inspiration during the sacrament while focusing on the covenant with Christ. Thanks

ERIC CHASEJanuary 21, 2020

All I can say is a huge amen!! This article is spot on. We should leave our sacrament meetings feeling uplifted, inspired, and desiring to more fully follow our Savior. Great job!



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