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Yesterday I taught in Young Womens. I love to teach and I find it fairly easy but I do put a lot of effort into reading and pondering on the topic. I was excited to present about “Avoiding Crisis Living”. Though that may not immediately appear to be a Gospel centered topic, the more I studied, the more relevant I decided it was. My experience yesterday proved that it truly is a vital concept for our eternal welfare.

One of the points we covered was that we all have the same amount of time given to us, so we don’t master time but as we learn to utilize our time wisely we become masters of ourselves. How we use our time here on earth is essential in our progression.

  • Alma 34:32

    32 For behold, this life is the time for men to prepare to meet God; yea, behold the day of this life is the day for men to perform their labors.

So I arrived to set up class only to be greeted by a mother who told me that her daughter would not be in class because she had too much schoolwork to do and so the mother had told her to stay home from church. Another mother told me later that her daughter also stayed home because she too was having drama because too much was going on. I ended up with only two girls in the class. It was discouraging to spend so much effort and realize that I was not preaching to the people who needed to hear the information.
I was so surprised to hear that someone was too busy for church. I was always taught that the most important thing that you do in the whole week was to go to Sacrament meeting and partake of the Sacrament. At this point in my life I don’t need to fall back on what my mother taught. I know that the most important experience I have all week is renewing my batpismal covenants and professing my witness of the Savior’s divinity by partaking of the Sacrament.
Unfortunately I personally missed that opportunity yesterday because Kyle was throwing up due to a migraine. Kyle dragged himself to his Priesthood meeting because we didn’t want to miss everything, even though he came home and slept the rest of the day because he felt so lousy. It was discouraging to see so few of my Young Women have the desire to attend their Sunday meetings.
I think our physical presence in meetings and our lack of presence in other worldly endeavors, such as shopping and sports events, are one of the greatest witnesses to the world that we believe in Jesus Christ. I think the Lord looks more on what we do rather than what we
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say. I am so grateful of the example that Cody has set with his abstinence from participating in Sunday sports. I am grateful to young men before him, such as Dylan Ludlow, who set an example that he could follow. Neither of them have been rewarded with starting positions on their teams but they are becoming men of integrity who the Lord can trust.

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