A couple of months ago, I started a personal challenge to share one of the 21 principles as covered in the book by Richard G. Scott. I took a short break from this challenge when I was doing the General Conference Challenge as I felt this would get lost in all of those posts. I didn’t want that to happen as this book has really touched my heart and I have felt impressed to share it with you and my own feelings about each of the principles. You can read about the other principles I have covered here. If you would like your own copy of this book, you can purchase it here. This is NOT an affiliate link, even though I do have an affiliate account with Amazon. I have chosen NOT to use an affiliate link as I don’t feel right about it in this circumstance.
“As you seek spiritual knowledge, search for principles,” counsels Elder Richard G. Scott. “Principles are concentrated truth, packaged for application to a wide variety of circumstances.”
“A true principle makes decisions clear even under the most confusing and challenging circumstances.”
Boy is this one a mouthful! It is so true though. And in order for the principles of faith, prayer, love and humility to become a part of someone, they have to be used. Those muscles have to be exercised. We strengthen them by doing. The more we do, the closer to our Savior we become and the more we will be influenced by the Holy Spirit. We can become the hands that God uses to bless someone else and to do His work. Pretty powerful stuff.