Finding strength in the Lord requires trusting in Him and His plan even when our trials are not resolved like we want them to be.
True joy comes when we focus on what is within our control and then center and recenter our faith and life on Jesus Christ.
Steven A. Smith asks us to follow our elder brother's example by being His compassionate hands to relieve suffering in others.
Statistics professor Candace Berrett speaks about the earthly ministering angels that surround us each day.
Erin Holmes shares an antidote to uncertainty, which we all experience painfully at some point. We need to learn what "waiting upon the Lord" really means.
Faith means trust—trust in God’s will and timing. We must not try, in our personal lives or in building His kingdom, to impose our timetable on His.
When we wait upon the Lord, he always is there to strengthen and support us both during and after the trial.
Patience is necessary to overcome trials and tribulations, both small and large. The process of developing patience molds us into faithful Saints.
Much less known than the economic law of decreasing returns is the spiritual law of increasing returns. Working and waiting are worth the blessings.
Having patience with ourselves and our circumstances will bring us closer to God and increase our love, humility, and willingness to submit to Him.
Learning to have patience with God, family members, others, and especially with ourselves can become a great power for good in our lives.
God is the gardener of our lives. When we put our life in harmony with His will, we will be able to become what we are meant to be.