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What does Christ think of me?
How can I reflect His light?
Above all I want to be
A Saint, doing what’s right

The world of sin swirls around
More and more on wings of change
I seek but for higher ground
Away from darkness that chains

I want to feel love and approval
And see the Lord’s hand all around
I want a life that is beautiful
One that is Celestially bound

As you love Him, trust Him, believe Him, and follow Him, you will feel His love and approval.

What Thinks Christ of Me?
Posted: 18 Apr 2012 08:00 AM PDT

    “President Monson has described our day as moving away ‘from that which is spiritual … [with] the winds of change [swirling] around us and the moral fiber of society [continuing] to disintegrate before our very eyes.’ It is a time of growing disbelief and disregard for Christ and His teachings. In this turbulent environment, we rejoice in being disciples of Jesus Christ. We see the Lord’s hand all around us. Our destination is beautifully set before us. ‘This is life eternal,’ Jesus prayed, ‘that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.’ Being a disciple in these days of destiny will be a badge of honor throughout the eternities.”

—Elder Neil L. Andersen, “What Thinks Christ of Me?”, General Conference, Apr. 2012

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What does Christ think of me?
How can I reflect His light?
Above all I want to be
A Saint, doing what’s right

The world of sin swirls around
More and more on wings of change
I seek but for higher ground
Away from darkness that chains

I want to feel love and approval
And see the Lord’s hand all around
I want a life that is beautiful
One that is Celestially bound

As you love Him, trust Him, believe Him, and follow Him, you will feel His love and approval.

What Thinks Christ of Me?

Posted: 18 Apr 2012 08:00 AM PDT

“President Monson has described our day as moving away ‘from that which is spiritual … [with] the winds of change [swirling] around us and the moral fiber of society [continuing] to disintegrate before our very eyes.’ It is a time of growing disbelief and disregard for Christ and His teachings. In this turbulent environment, we rejoice in being disciples of Jesus Christ. We see the Lord’s hand all around us. Our destination is beautifully set before us. ‘This is life eternal,’ Jesus prayed, ‘that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.’ Being a disciple in these days of destiny will be a badge of honor throughout the eternities.”

—Elder Neil L. Andersen, “What Thinks Christ of Me?“, General Conference, Apr. 2012
Topics: Discipleship

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