I meant to send this yesterday morning, but babies tend to come when they are ready to be born and a couple of puppies decided I was going to help them come into this world yesterday instead of sending this email. They sure are cute though and decided to come while my sister was out of town leaving me to babysit.
On this Easter morning I share with you one of the most beautiful and moving songs about the sacrifice made by Jesus Christ in Gethsemane before giving his life….
This Easter morning I declare He Lives! I know He Lives and even though medications can impair one’s ability to feel His presence and life can be tough at times He is there beside you. He alone knows full well your suffering because He has already suffered the same in your behalf…Click the link below to hear the best talk on the atonement I have ever heard – a short yet beautiful Easter message that you might know you are not alone as we celebrate the resurrection of Our Lord and Savior this day …. https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2009/04/none-were-with-him?lang=eng
“Trumpeted from the summit of Calvary is the truth that we will never be left alone nor unaided, even if sometimes we may feel that we are.
“My Easter-season message today is intended for everyone, but it is directed in a special way to those who are alone or feel alone or, worse yet, feel abandoned. These might include those longing to be married, those who have lost a spouse, and those who have lost—or have never been blessed with—children. Our empathy embraces wives forsaken by their husbands, husbands whose wives have walked away, and children bereft of one or the other of their parents—or both. This group can find within its broad circumference a soldier far from home, a missionary in those first weeks of homesickness, or a father out of work, afraid the fear in his eyes will be visible to his family. In short it can include all of us at various times in our lives.
“To all such, I speak of the loneliest journey ever made and the unending blessings it brought to all in the human family. I speak of the Savior’s solitary task of shouldering alone the burden of our salvation. Rightly He would say: “I have trodden the winepress alone…” Click link to view….