Sunday, September 27, 2009

I Feel My Savior's Love

#1 - I have no camera currently, so my blogging has slowed, as you can tell. But, I have a need to express my thanks to my Savior for an outpooring of the spirit in my life.

I have been attending the various Children's sacrament meeting Programs in our Stake. As the Stake Primary President, it is certainly one of the great perks to be able to see each ward's program as we sit literally at the feet of these most precious souls, and feel of their love of our Savior, and their voices raised in Praise of Him and what they are learning. At each one, I have had tears fill my eyes, and my heart warmed and enlarged by their pure faith in Him.

In the guide for this next year's Primary program, it speaks of attending these programs, and "being taught" by our children. I so agree with this, as I have experienced it first hand.

This year's program is about My Eternal Family. In the course of the year, they have talked about their own families, and the beautiful concepts of things they can do Now to prepare for a family of thier own someday. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is amazing!

#2 - I was able to attend a Regional "Little Philmont" training for scout and priesthood leaders. President David L. Beck - the General Young Men's President of our church, is truly a man of God. As he conducted, spoke, created a learning and sharing environment, I felt the spirit there, as he testified of the need for our young men to be involved in the scouting program, as the Activity arm of the Aaronic Priesthood. He reminded us, that whether in a scout shirt,or in a white shirt and tie, the young men are first, Priesthood holders, and whatever they do should magnify that Priesthood. In truth, I was not looking forward to giving up my Friday evening and full day Saturday to this training, but I have pondered the experience, words, and feelings of the spirit so much this week, that I am so grateful I was able to attend. The Lord knew I needed that!

#3 - My husband rocks! Yesterday was our Breana's baby shower. I had a busy day ahead of me. First thing when Russell woke up, I was out here on the computer making my "list" of what needed to happen, when and where, shopping...etc. Russell asked "do you need me to do anything for you?" Love This Man! He went to Sam's while I went to Ross, Brighton, and Stater's. He came home and made the chicken salad with Randi, and cut the rolls. Next we went up to the church where we set up tables and chairs, he filled the rolls with the chicken salad. then he ran home for a few things I forgot, went and got ice. After the shower, came and helped me clean up, took rocking chairs handed down to both our daughter's in law. Came home and tidied up the house, and dressed so handsomely in a white shirt and tie, and served with the other High Councilmen at the dinner following our Relief Society Broadcast. Cutest Waiter there!

#4 - The Relief Society Broadcast. The words of each speaker touched my soul, as did the music.
On our row in the chapel sat my Randi, Julia, Me, my sister Karen, my mother, and my aunt Jean. As we joined to sing " How Firm a Foundation" together, my eyes once again filled as the spirit filled my soul. I am Blessed.

9 comments:

Heidi said...

such a blessing to have the spirit on our lives. what special moments mom!

WAIT... you came to Brighton? when you write things like that... I MISS YOU SO!!!!

Grammy Staffy said...

We just attended our grandchildren's primary meeting. It was wonderful. You must get so much joy going to every ward in the stake.

I feel our
Savior's love too. I was not up to going to the dinner last night but I watched the broadcast on tv. It was so inspiring.

Have a good week. Love, Lura

Katie said...

I need to take a lesson from the great Sheryl Holmes. You're an incredible woman. Primary stretches me way beyond what I feel I'm capable of. I need to sit back and enjoy the lessons from the kids a little more.

Very uplifting post.

Marie said...

We won't be able to watch the GRS broadcast until the 10th of October, but I can't wait! We just love it! Our Stake always puts on a dinner for it as well, which is nice. I have served in Primary for many years and it has always been one of my favourite callings. We can learn so much from the children and I think that the Primary Presentation is one of the favourite Sacrament Meetings during the year. I am in awe that you are a Stake Primary President. What an awesome calling! xxoo

Alisa J said...

My sentiments were much the same this weekend. I was so grateful for the RS broadcast-exactly what I needed. I am so grateful for the primary children. I just finished preparing our sacrament meeting program. What a joy the children are! The spirit is great in our lives as we serve isn't it? Love you and miss you!

{charlie * carolyn} said...

what a busy woman you ARE!! wow, and that husband of yours is just so sweet to do all those things for you!

Chris and Jenn said...

What a GREAT post, I enjoyed reading this. You are one amazing lady!

Pitt-Meisingers said...

I must have been feeling the love all the way from CA... I got a little teary during the song too! Wish I could have been sitting with you all!

And I will concur that you do have a most excellent husband!! :)

Grandma Kris said...

I feel enriched just reading this blog entry. The Primary Sacrament program is always my favorite of the year! Thank you for all you do to support and train the ward leaders. The message and music of the program in our ward was inspiring along with a few giggles.
I am so sorry to have missed the shower. Bet it was wonderful.
And what a great husband you have there! Give him a BIG thank you for serving at the broadcast. It has been reported by each of my presidency tat the brothers were wonderful joyful helpers.