Saved (February 28–March 6)
Read and ponder Doctrine and Covenants 98:37.
“And I, the Lord, would fight their battles, and their children’s battles, and their children’s children’s, until they had avenged themselves on all their enemies, to the third and fourth generation.”
Study “The Sabbath Is a Delight” from the April 2015 general conference.
Ponder President Nelson’s question, “Are you willing to let God be the most important influence in your life?” Record thoughts and impressions that come.
Read “The ultimate victory: How the death of Jesus Christ was a triumph, according to one BYU professor.” Think about how the Atonement of Jesus Christ can help you triumph.
Spend 10 minutes writing part of your personal history. Find helpful prompts from FamilySearch.
Reach out to someone you haven’t seen at Church recently. Some may not be attending due to health concerns and may need to feel loved.
This week’s Thursday Thought comes from John Hilton III’s new book, Considering the Cross. Through scriptures, quotes, and stories, Considering the Cross shows that prophets, both ancient and modern, have taught that the Savior's Crucifixion is a central part of our redemption from sin. What the cross means for Christians in general and Latter-day Saints in particular has sometimes varied, but one meaning is constant—Christ was crucified for the sins of the world because of His love for us. Jesus is both the living Christ and, as manifested through His death, the loving Christ. Preorder it now at DeseretBook.com.