Of the atonement.
The changes that impart
Are for ” at one” meant.
When we do our visiting teaching
It is a blessed opportunity;
To set faith forward… reaching-
Warmed by the Spirit, with charity.
Dear Sister, We have said a prayer
To know just what you need.
We brought a lesson to share
And we ask the spirit to lead.
For… divine inspiration
Comes from our Father on high.
He needs no explanation-
He rules the Earth, Sun, Moon, and sky!
Watchcare and Ministering through Visiting Teaching
January 2012 Visiting Teaching Message
Ensign, January 2012, 7
President Henry B. Eyring
“Charity is born of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and is an effect of His Atonement.”
Christ the servant
Savior and King
Conquered the serpent
Salvation to bring
He lived and taught
Salvation is sought
Charity- the pure love of Christ
Purity- from: (http://lds.org/scriptures/gs/pure-purity?lang=eng)
Free from sin or guilt; blameless. A person becomes pure when his thoughts and actions are clean in every way. A person who has committed sin can become pure through faith in Jesus Christ, repentance, and receiving the ordinances of the gospel.
He that hath clean hands and a pure heart shall receive the Lord’s blessings, Ps. 24:3–5
Be ye clean, that bear the vessels of the Lord, Isa. 52:11 (D&C 133:4–5).
Blessed are the pure in heart, Matt. 5:8 (3 Ne. 12:8).
Whatsoever things are pure, think on these things, Philip. 4:8 (A of F 1:13).
All ye that are pure in heart, lift up your heads and receive the pleasing word of God, Jacob 3:2–3
Can ye look up to God at that day with a pure heart and clean hands?, Alma 5:19
Being pure and spotless before God, they could not look upon sin save it were with abhorrence, Alma 13:12
Be purified even as Christ is pure, Moro. 7:48 (Morm. 9:6).
Christ will reserve unto himself a pure people, D&C 43:14
The Lord commanded that a house be built in Zion in which the pure shall see God, D&C 97:10–17
This is Zion—the pure in heart, D&C 97:21
Is found golden
When with charity
It is woven
We are under condemnation
And cannot please the Lord
When we turn our hearts from nations
Or people that are poor
We are to feed the hungry
And help those in need
Giving thanks, humbly
For all we have, indeed
The Sanctifying Work of Welfare H. David Burton
Ensign, May 2011
The work of caring for one another and being “kind to the poor” is a sanctifying work, commanded of the Father.