Did anyone read their conference issue of the Ensign?
I am slowly making it through. I try and use the best talks in FHE lessons, but last night I read Elder Worthlin’s talk.
I don’t really remember much of it from the actual conference session.
For my non-LDS readers, this talk really helps you understand a little bit more about our belief that families are forever.
He talks of the agony that occurs when you lose someone you love. It’s just a really great talk. Kind of tied it into this, the season of hope for me.
I also related it to yesterday’s entry about how only very few things are complete disasters. He reminds us to keep the final goal in mind — and perhaps even death should be considered a complete disaster (although, from a medical standpoint it always will be).
Anyway, read the talk.
Go do it.
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