Episode 13 | Wed 28 Mar 2018 | Prepared for Conference
Due to licensing restrictions, music planned for the show could not be included in the live broadcast or on the podcast.
"Life in Technicolor"
Vive la Vida
"Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing"
Adoration: Solo Piano Hymns
Blank and Jones
Relax: Edition Four
"Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot"
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The added strength in Conference counters the increasing wickedness in the world — Our host has had fewer perplexing questions at Conference time as he gets older — Should he be concerned? — Conference is a building block in the life of the active Latter-day Saint — If we approach Conference without a plan, we’ll likely just go through the motions and not get much out of it — How do we prepare so that we get more out of Conference? — Our host shares some recent experiences with scripture study and especially those about fasting
Our host will miss hearing multiple times from Elder Uchtdorf during Conference — He reads and discusses an article by then President Uchtdorf in 2011 about preparing for Conference — We should be looking for what the Prophet has to say to us today — What did President say in the last Conference? — It’s one thing to be grateful for blessings and want to thank God, but it’s another to want to be closer when you thank Him — We should expect to find our answers anywhere — We need to plan for including Conference in our lives during the six months in between and not just in preparing for it
Preparing for Conference is individualized, so the answers to how we each prepare will be individualized — We all should expect not to find the perfect approach all at once — Failure usually precedes success — Good foundations take preparation — If you don’t know how you will prepare, partner with the Lord to get an answer — Far too many of us live beneath our privileges — We can have more if we do what’s needed
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