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Sunday Thoughts: His Empathy.

When you think of the word “empathy” what do you think?

It is more than just “feeling bad” for someone, empathy is truly understanding how someone is feeling to a degree of complete compassion and love.

This quote by David A. Bednar complete summarizes the powerful amount of empathy that the Savior has for each and every one of us.

The Savior knows us individually and his empathy for us is at an individual level.

What a blessing it is to be understood in a manner that Christ understands us.

To know that the Savior is ALWAYS there to extend his arm of mercy is incredible.

What a gift.

What a blessing.

What an extraordinary tribute to us…to know that the Savior will not only always be there for us, but he will completely and whole-heartedly understand every ounce of the struggles we may go through in life.

It is truly such a blessing to be members of the Church of Jesus Christy of Latter Day Saints. I feel extremely blessed to know that our Savior lives and loves us beyond measure.

Perhaps just knowing the love that the Savior has for us, can get us through those tough days.

xoxo,

Christy Lee

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A Quick Spiritual Sunday Thought…

Sometimes it’s just a simple quote that propels my mind into thinking about the Lord and His love for us.

This thought by David A. Bednar is my focus today:

What a blessing to know that the Lord knows us better than we even know ourselves.

Even more, the Lord know “who we are becoming.”

The Lord knows our potential and our many talents and abilities.

Isn’t is such a wonderful feeling to know that the Lord is in our corner.

He is and always has been cheering us on.

However, the Lord has a soft, still voice. A voice of peace and love and we have to draw close to Him to feel him there with us.

Oh what a wonderful blessing it is to know, that we are loved by someone so Holy, and so Loving.

If you feel like you’re not where you want to be in life, I hope this small thought will keep you moving forward.

Don’t forget the love our Heavenly Father has for each one of us.

And knowing this, can help us press forward to “become” all that we need to be in this life.

I hope your Sabbath Day is wonderful!

xoxo,

Christy Lee