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 some of the experiences of the prophet Elijah and how to put our trust in the Lord.
And Elijah came unto all the people, and said, How long halt ye between two opinions? if the Lord be God, follow him.—1 Kings 18:21
I know we can each do something, however small that act may seem to be. We can pay an honest tithe and give our fast and free-will offerings, according to our circumstances. And we can watch for other ways to help. To worthy causes and needy people, we can give time if we don’t have money, and we can give love when our time runs out. We can share the loaves we have and trust God that the cruse of oil will not fail.—Jeffrey R. Holland
This Day in Church History
1835: Michael H. Chandler arrives in Kirtland to display four Egyptian mummies and some scrolls of papyrus containing hieroglyphics. These are later purchased, and by revelation Joseph translates the Book of Abraham from the preserved items.
1955: The South Australian Mission is organized.
1973: The Michigan Mission is organized.
1999: Ground is broken for the Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple.
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
What did you learn in your Come, Follow Me study this week?