Monday, October 25, 2010


Can't believe the daily news
It's mostly bad, it’s sad but true
I realize how close the end is near
The world is sinking down so low
More weaked than the days of Noah
Lord we need you, that much is true

So many have no place to stay
Children have no place to play
It's against the law to pray in school
I'm waiting for the day to come when
Every eye shall see the sun till
Then I'm gonna do what I gotta do

You died for us, once before
Sacrificed your life upon the cross
Oh Lord will you be comin in
The noon day sky
Or will you arrive like a thief in the night

Lord you said that you would come
And wipe away our tears, oh Lord
It's been two thousand years since you were here

Lord since you’ve been gone, everythings gone wrong
Just like you said it would do
But Lord I still believe
You're comin back for me
To take me home to live with you
Waitin day and night, for you to crack the sky
Lord, we're comin to the end, tell me when
Will I see you again, my Lord
Tell me when, will I see you again

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Learning to Wait

"Patience—the ability to put our desires on hold for a time—is a precious and rare virtue. We want what we want, and we want it now. Therefore, the very idea of patience may seem unpleasant and, at times, bitter."Nevertheless, without patience, we cannot please God; we cannot become perfect."
Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Teach Children to Pray

Posted: 06 Sep 2010 12:00 AM PDT

"Parents should teach their children to pray. The child learns both from what the parents do and what they say. The child who sees a mother or a father pass through the trials of life with fervent prayer to God and then hears a sincere testimony that God answered in kindness will remember what he or she saw and heard." Henry B. Eyring

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Help Your Children Shun the Evils of Contemporary Living

"While there are steps that we can take in our homes and families to minimize our exposure to [the] unsavory elements of contemporary living, your daughters and sons cannot entirely avoid the blatant sexual messages and enticements that surround them. You need to have frequent, open discussions during which you teach them the truth about these issues."

M. Russell Ballard

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Leading the Women of the World

“Speaking to the women of the Church nearly a century ago, President Joseph F. Smith said: ‘It is not for you to be led by the women of the world; it is for you to lead the . . . women of the world, in everything that is praise-worthy, everything that is God-like, everything that is uplifting and . . . purifying to the children of men

Joseph F. Smith

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Marriage Should Be Given Priority

"I urge husbands and fathers of this Church to be the kind of men your wives would not want to be without. I urge the sisters of this Church to be patient, loving, and understanding with their husbands. Those who enter into marriage should be fully prepared to establish their marriage as the first priority in their lives."

James E. Faust

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Don't Overschedule Your Life

"Don't overschedule yourselves or your children. We live in a world that is filled with options. If we are not careful, we will find every minute jammed with social events, classes, exercise time, book clubs, scrapbooking, Church callings, music, sports, the Internet, and our favorite TV shows. One mother told me of a time that her children had 29 scheduled commitments every week: music lessons, Scouts, dance, Little League, day camps, soccer, art, and so forth. She felt like a taxi driver."

M. Russell Ballard