Elder Ian S. Ardern - Saturday pm session

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Time is never for sale. Though when wisely used it is invaluable.

What time we have we must use wisely. We must learn to prioritize to match our goals or risk being blown from one time-wasting activity to another.

The poor use of time is a close cousin of idleness. We must make sure that being busy also equates to being productive.

Let us be as quick to kneel as we are to text.

Our greatest happiness comes as we tune in to the Lord and to those things which bring a lasting reward rather than mindlessly checking in to social and media venues.

We must use our time to the things that matter most..and those things that bring us closer to God matter most.

There is much happiness when we use our time to seek after those things that are virtuous, lovely, praiseworthy and of good report.

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Elder Ardern mentioned four areas into which our activities should fall:

  • toward God
  • toward family
  • toward work
  • toward wholesome recreational activities
Anyone else questioning whether LDS.net participation falls into one of those categories...?
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