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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Most Typically, Revelations are Conclusions and not Explanations

From a FB Post by David A. Bednar
We should remember that most typically revelations are “conclusions” and not “explanations.” When we receive revelation for ourselves, we discover what God would have us do. He rarely provides a reason for why we should do what was revealed. Rather, He trusts us to be obedient to the revelation He has given us.
I also like this from Henry B. Eyring
You can pray to know His will, and with the honest desire to do whatever He asks you to do, you will receive an answer. ("You Are Not Alone in the Work", Henry B. Eyring, Oct 2015) 

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