Last year 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 the challenge off and on as I was afraid these posts would get lost in all of those other posts and challenges. 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. Today is the last post of my personal challenge and it feels good to have completed my goal. I hope this has blessed you over all of this time. I know it has blessed me.
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“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.”
This is a biggie. We might think we know ourselves and what is best, but we limit ourselves by those thoughts. God is our Father and He knows all and knows us better than we even know ourselves. If we are willing to trust Him and dedicate our lives and hearts to Him, He will do AMAZING things. Things we never dreamed possible. We just have to be open to letting Him work on and through us. Our potential is so much more if we let God drive the bus. Really.