Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! We want to support you in your Come, Follow Me study. That’s why our daily dose each week is a recap of the major themes of each lesson. This week, learn about facing trials with faith.
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Nevertheless, Jacob, my firstborn in the wilderness, thou knowest the greatness of God; and he shall consecrate thine afflictions for thy gain.—2 Nephi 2:2
Do not let unfairness harden you or corrode your faith in God. Instead, ask God for help. Increase your appreciation for and reliance on the Savior. Rather than becoming bitter, let Him help you become better. Allow Him to help you persevere, to let your afflictions be “swallowed up in the joy of Christ.” Join Him in His mission “to heal the brokenhearted,” strive to mitigate unfairness, and become a stonecatcher.–Dale G. Renlund
This Day in Church History
1798: Alvin Smith, an older brother of the Prophet Joseph Smith, is born in Tunbridge, Vermont.
1921: While touring the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii, Elder David O. McKay is impressed by the Spirit to move those with him away from the ledge overlooking the volcano just before the ledge collapses into the volcano.
1973: The Southampton England Stake, the six hundredth stake of the Church, is organized, with Reginald V. Littlecot as president.
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
What did you learn during your study of the Come, Follow Me lesson this week?