Entering into covenant relationships while we are on earth helps us to experience the truest intimacy—the perfect love the Father has for us.
Understanding that God "loveth His children" can help us build a better relationship and recognize His tender mercies in our lives.
This Christmas season may we all care more for the child of God within us and bend to the exigencies of life and finances less.
Our children - or the children around us - are also children of God who have been entrusted to our care. We must nurture them and teach them all we can.
Primary song “Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam” teaches us to be “children of light” through pleasing the Lord, kindness, repentance, & service.
Developing child-like attributes helps us become more Christlike. Children teach us many lessons, and we provide them lifelines.
Nothing can be more important to teach our children than love. We must exemplify love in our family relationships and teach them about the love of God.
To transmit religious traditions to their children, parents must live their own testimonies and understand how to balance love and control.
In trying to follow the example of the Savior, we should look to the example of little children and the special gifts that they have.
It is each of our responsibility to preserve generational testimony by teaching truth to our children and strengthening our families.
As members of the household of God, we are entitled to infinite blessings if we live worthy of the name we have been given.
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