Friday, January 14, 2011

Remember, we are daughters of God.

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Once upon a time, there were beautiful daughters of our Heavenly Father, prepared to come to the earth at this particular time for a sacred and glorious purpose. 
We have been going over Personal Progress with a recent convert. She is so excited about personal progress and is very eager to start. She wasn't sure of how to get started or what to do.
I received my Young Women medallion very early in young women's and I haven't looked at the book until recently. I have been reading through it and decided this was something that I wanted to do again. As I have been reading it and working on it, I see why it is important for us girls, young women and women to constantly work on personal progress, whether we received our medallion or not.
The theme on my blog is "Remember who you are, and what you stand for." This is phrase has been said to me since I was 16, and I think I now just fully understood it more than I ever have. We are daughters of God and we are here for a purpose, Satan knows who we are and he will do what he can to make us doubt and forget who we are.
We can have a happily ever after, and I know that the gospel of Jesus Christ helps us to receive that.
Start on personal progress, we can fully understand who we are and why we are here. I love personal progress.
Remember who you are and what you stand for!


  1. After the sisters conference, for the sister missionaries in our mission, I decided I should probably look at that book again. I too haven't looked at it in.....who knows how long. We ARE daughters of God. Thanks for re-reminding me to put that on my post-mission goals list.

  2. This way to bring it home.(Elder Lybbert in place of Elder Mahrt due to exchanges/training) When I get home I'm going to re-read the young men's "duty to God" booklet too. They've really changed it. Those books aren't just for youth they really are for all of us. We are children of God and have divine purposes. I love your pictures that you have posted up on your page. They are very inspiring pictures placed at just the right spot and timing. My computer is on mute but the music would be good. "His hands" wonderful song.

  3. We learn line upon line, precept upon precept. It is important to remember the lines and precepts we have learned in the past, or else we are stunting our own progression. Thank you for reminding me of that. :)