The attitude of writing down even the simplest things that may come from the Spirit would invite the Spirit back again.” Elder Henry B. Eyring To Draw Closer to God p. 124 “I will seek to learn by what I hear, see and feel. I will write down the things I learn and will do them… We often leave the most precious personal direction of the spirit unheard because we do not record and respond to the first promptings that come to us.” Elder Richard G. Scott CES Symposium, 11 August 1998 “We should learn, too, that the prompting that goes unresponded to may not be repeated. Writing down what we have been prompted with is vital. A special thought can also be lost later in the day in the rough and tumble of life. God should not, and may not, choose to repeat the prompting if we assign what was given a low priority as to put it aside.” Elder Neal A. Maxwell Wherefore, Ye Must Press Forward, p. 122 “… Write down impressions or thoughts that you feel came from God…, think carefully about whether the truth you received requires action. It is by obedience to commandments that we qualify for further revelation of truth and light… God not only loves the obedient, He enlightens them. I fear that more people make promises to God than keep them, so you will please Him when you are the exception and you keep your promise to obey.” Elder Henry B. Eyring 15 August

Come Unto Me

Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. (Matthew 11:28-30)

“Write: for these words are true and faithful.”
(Revelation 21:5)

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