Thursday, November 03, 2005

Quote from Elder Richard G. Scott, Oct 2003 General Conference.

A friend sent this in email today:

"I have seen valiant missionaries brave icy wind, resist torrential rains, slosh through slippery, muddy streets, and conquer fear. Often they bear a powerful testimony, only to be rejected and roundly criticized. I have seen them struggle to communicate truth in a new language. Sometimes the listener stares in puzzled silence. Then there dawns the shattering realization that the message is not understood. But I wouldn't change any of it, even if I could, because there are those golden moments of success that make all of the hardships worthwhile. Such rewards come when the Spirit touches a heart for eternal good because someone like you was there. To share truth in difficult circumstances is to treasure it more. When you push against the boundaries of experience into the twilight of the unknown, the Lord will strengthen you. The beauty of your eternal soul will begin to unfold."
("Realize Your Full Potential," Elder Richard G. Scott, Ensign, Nov. 2003, 41)

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home