All through the year, our news feeds have been inundated with messages like:
- “Kobe Bryant, Alex Trebek, Sean Connery, and RGB? This year can’t get any worse.”
- “First COVID and now murder hornets? Lord, just take me now.”
- “This is crazy. I can’t imagine bringing kids into this world.”
- “2020 is a dumpster fire of a year. Wake me up with 2020 is over.”
Amid such gloom, Pres....
On Friday, the Prophet invited us to “turn social media into your own personal gratitude journal. Post every day about what you are grateful for… flood social media with a wave of gratitude that reaches the four corners of the earth.”
That invitation couldn’t have come at a better time, and I’m grateful to accept it. However, I was also prompted to add a little something extra to my search...
I read the Book of Enos again the other night and realized something: Enos’s wrestle with God in the woods doesn’t seem to have told him anything he didn’t already know. Let me explain.
NOTE: This post is a bit different than most my posts. It’s kind of a two-in-one. The first section talks about a study tip I have found useful in gleaning meaning from the scriptures. The second part is how I applied that tip recently and how it helped me change the way I pray. Enjoy!