Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! If we don’t wind up our spiritual clocks, we can become sluggish, off-key, and eventually stop progressing.
But behold, if ye will awake and arouse your faculties, even to an experiment upon my words, and exercise a particle of faith, yea, even if ye can no more than desire to believe, let this desire work in you, even until ye believe in a manner that ye can give place for a portion of my words.—Alma 32:27
Just as with the clock that hangs on our kitchen wall, unless there is a regular winding up of the mechanism, a spiritual sluggishness develops, the spiritual tone becomes off-key, and, unless something is done to correct the winding-down process, the clock can stop. In the world’s environment today, spiritual clocks that do not receive regular attention can wind down very quickly.—Dean L. Larsen
This Day in Church History
1838: Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon flee Kirtland to escape mob violence.
1975: The Merthyr Tydfil Stake, the first stake in Wales, is organized, with Ralph Pulman as president.
1989: The New York International film and video festival presents three awards to the BYU motion picture studio for the movie A More Perfect Union, which chronicles the founding of the United States of America
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
What is a spiritual habit that renews and refreshes you?