I’m so excited to be studying the Doctrine and Covenants this coming year!
I used to feel like the words in D&C were written for other people. They didn’t feel personal to me. Section 18 is a revelation to Oliver Cowdery and David Whitmer. Section 25 is written to Emma, and section 37 includes words to Sidney Rigdon.
I used to struggle to apply sections like this to myself.
After all, they specifically state who they were written for.
Over the past few years, though, as I’ve focused more on personal revelation, I’ve been led again and again to sections of D&C. I have learned to deeply love the words of these revelations.
And I have come to understand that I can apply any of these situations and revelations to myself.
But, even more importantly, something I have learned from these verses is how much our Heavenly Father knows each of us – individually.
If He knew Emma and her needs, He surely knows ME and MY needs.
And just as He wanted Emma to know His will for her, He wants the same for me.
Though His revelations to me will never be published and shared with millions of other people, I CAN receive those revelations. For myself.
So Much More He Wants Us to Know
President Nelson stated “Oh, there is so much more that your Father in Heaven wants you to know.”
And I truly believe we can learn that through our Come, Follow Me studies.
But applying the doctrine to our own personal lives can be hard.
That’s why I created this Doctrine and Covenants journal and study guide!
I want to help YOU with your study of Doctrine and Covenants.
I want to help YOU learn what your Father in Heaven wants you to know.
I want you to be able to not only learn these principles, but to consistently apply them.
Each and every week.
This workbook / journal has a 2-page layout for each week of the year. It provides plenty of space for you to record your thoughts and spiritual impressions on the readings from that week.
And my favorite part? The goal setting section each week – and the accountability follow up section the following week. These sections help me to keep on track with applying and acting on the things that I learn each week.
Because life gets busy and sometimes we learn – but we don’t ACT.
But the action is where we grow.
Where we progress.
Where we become more like our Savior – bit by bit.
I am totally indecisive and I LOVE to design, so I created lots of journal options this year!
May you find joy in the revelations you discover in your Come, Follow Me studies this year.
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