this week was really good i have been studying alot about true conversion and what it really means to be converted to the gospel. there is a talk be Dallin H. Oaks called "the challenge to become" it is one of my favorites! it talks about how conersion is not just a change of behavior but a change is our very nature a rebirth! he talks about the parable of the laborers in the vineyard. and how even though they all come at different times they are all given the same reward at the end he says "the masters reward in the final judgment will not be based on how long we labored in the vineyard. We do not obtain our heavenly eward by punching in a time clock. what is essential is that our labors in the workplace of the Lord have caused us to become something for some of us this requires a longer time then others.
it reminded be of a song form the movie prince of egypt... the stone that sits on the very top of a mountains mighty face does it think its more important the the stones that form the base how can we know what our life is worth our where our values lie...we must look at our life through heavens eyes. to truly turn our will to God we must be able to see ourselves the way the God sees us and then we can know what he would have us become.
i was wondering if you could send me my seminary scriptures i think they are still at the church not to sure you could ask alex or madison to fine them thanks
love you guys sister kramer