I normally ignore much of the Priesthood Session talks. I tend to read/listen to them once and move on, but this one really hit a concept home.
When you don’t know the answer, God does.
Lame, right — I belong to a church that is all about personal revelation, but I tend to ask the questions and stew about things much more then I get on my knees.
Here’s some highlights:
He talks about the Good Smaritan and how that can be an example in our lives. He talks about a busy Elders Quorum President who has commitments to his family, but is asked to help move someone.
And I find this a lot. I have duties that require me to take time from my family, and how do I know what is most important.
God knows. He knows if those kids really need me at that moment, or an example of selfless service.
And I do believe that most of the time, the answer is to give, but there are instances where the answer is NOT to give, and I testify to you, that only God knows the difference, and he will tell you if he asks.
For we are always giving, and God knows where the giving will do the best. Did you read/listen to this talk? Did you have thoughts?