This is the first in a series of attempts to record “Spiritual Experiences” which I can draw on later in my life as I’m required to minister or build my own faith. I’m hoping this will help me to look out for more spiritual experiences and blessings which know happen but sometimes life is so hectic I don’t stop to consider them. They will be quick and short so I can record many. So almost more like a personal journal of sorts within my study journal. Not all will be visible to public if they are more personal.
Today for FHE we were looking at prophets and learnt about the story of Samuel the Lamanite, after watching a clip of President Monson from this weekend’s conference. We went out into the garden (which was now nice and tidy after a beautiful day) and J and E stood up on their toy castle. They had to try and tell me and C important things about Jesus. They shouted things like ‘Jesus says be good’ and ‘Jesus loves you’ but me and C threw ‘arrows and stones’ (aka chocolate coins) at them and shouted. We obviously missed.
J and E loved this. We then asked if they thought Samuel the Lamanite would have liked this in the story. J suddenly then had a ponderous face and said ‘No he wouldn’t’. We asked him why and he said that he was saying important things. We learnt that we should listen to the prophet because he relates very important things to us.