Wilford W. Andersen - Saturday p.m. Session

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Sometimes in our own homes we can teach the dance but it is hard to teach to listen to the music.


The dance steps of the gospel are the things we do.  The music is the peace that we feel.


If our children learn the dance steps without learning to hear and feel the beautiful music of the gospel will eventually lose it or will continue only because they feel pressured.


Our children’s happiness depends on their ability to hear the music of the gospel.


We must keep our own lives tuned to the right frequency.


In our lives we have to align with the right frequency to hear the spirit.


The spirit can not endure unkindness, pride or envy.


The rich harmonies of the gospel can become dissonant or become silent.


When we can hear the music ourselves we must try our best to perform it in our homes.


When children are little we can sing them the lullaby of love unfeigned.


With teenagers we can sing to them the music of persuasion.


If you aren’t hearing the music of the gospel in your home remember these two words, “Keep practicing.”


The Holy Ghost will be our constant companion.

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