“One cannot be merciful to others without receiving a harvest of mercy in return. … Let us be more merciful. In so doing, our very example will cause others to be more merciful, and we shall have greater claim upon the mercy of God who in His love will be generous toward us.” From #PresHinckley’s http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179228827332 April 1990 #LDSconf http://facebook.com/223271487682878 message http://lds.org/general-conference/1990/04/blessed-are-the-merciful
Marriage is a relationship that cannot survive selfishness, impatience, domineering, inequality, and lack of respect. Marriage is a relationship that thrives on acceptance, equality, sharing, giving, helping, doing one's part, learning together, enjoying humor. -David O. McKay.
“We cannot foresee what the Lord has in mind for us. Our only course of action is to be prepared and worthy for whatever he requires. We must govern our actions every day with our future in mind.” ~M. Russell Ballard