Is your Heart a Holy Place

 
As I have been teaching the new curriculum this year my heart has been overwhelmed with the spirit.
Overwhelmed with it testifying of how much our Heavenly Father loves us, of how much he wants each of us to come home.
He loves us all So much
So much that he has prepared a wonderful plan
to help us all come home.

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I loved Sister Dalton’s talk in the New Era
“Holy Places in your Life”

She touches on a few places that are Holy 
such as the temple, the church building, seminary and your own home.

She also said- “Anywhere you are where the spirit is present can be a holy place.  Harold B. Lee taught that holy places have more to do with how one lives than where one lives.  If you live worthy of the constant companionship of the  Holy Ghost, then you stand in a Holy place.”
 
You can find more on that subject 
HereSo if I want to stand in holy places all the time what kind of things is my heart set on?
What do I surround myself with?

What types of music do I listen too?
Do I participate in gossip?
Do I judge others?

What is going on in my heart?

Is my heart a Holy Place?

Do I love everyone as my Heavenly Father does?
or do I judge others by how they look?

I was touched by a blog post that is quickly circulating on facebook and pintrest
Called “The Tattooed Mormon”
check out her blog

It is an incredible reminder that we need to change the way we look at things, we need to change our hearts.

Below is the link to purchase Ali book called “The Tattooed Mormon”

The Tattooed Mormon

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It is a great book!

We do not know where someone (anyone) else is on this journey through life
Nor do we know what others have been through.

I do not think that it is important for us to know what others have been through, it is only important that we do not judge, that we love unconditionally.

When our hearts become holy
we will be able to love as He has loved
touch those who need to feel
the Fathers love

“We are his hands here upon the earth”
President Monson






 

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