General Conference Book Club Week 22:
Today was kind of a rough day at our house– one of those days where you wonder whether or not your children are going to turn out alright after all. There were tears and time-outs and lots and lots of reminders of rules and expectations. It was not easy to do scripture time tonight, and bedtime was a welcome relief. As I read “Tell Me the Stories of Jesus” by Elder Neil L. Anderson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, I felt so reassured of the lasting impact our instruction can and will have on our children.
“If a child is not listening, don’t despair. Time and truth are on your side. At the right moment, your words will return as if from heaven itself. Your testimony will never leave your children.
As you reverently speak about the Savior—in the car, on the bus, at the dinner table, as you kneel in prayer, during scripture study, or in late-night conversations—the Spirit of the Lord will accompany your words.
As you do your best, the testimony of Jesus will gently distill upon your children’s hearts.”
Share in the comments what you love and learn as you study this talk.