In the Lord s plan for His children, this is the final dispensation. Many important things need to be done to prepare the earth for the Savior s Second Coming. From preaching the gospel in every nation, to sealing our families throughout the generations, to becoming ever more like our Savior, Jesus Christ, we as Latterday Saints face many tasks that may seem impossible from a worldly standpoint. But ours is an eternal perspective, and our mandate comes not from the world but from the Lord, who gives no commandment without preparing a way for it to be accomplished (see 1 Nephi 3:7). In fact, as Elder Russell M. Nelson points out, His pattern is one of using the unlikely to accomplish the impossible. From David and Goliath to Moses to Joseph Smith, the history of His people is a story of accomplishing the impossible. We too can become a part of this grand pattern as we strive to learn and do His will. This insightful book explores some of the means God gives us such as angelic help, prayer, and gifts of the Spirit to help us accomplish the impossible. It then shows what we can do to take our place in fulfilling the destiny He has planned for us. As we become partners with the Lord, impossible things really can become a reality!
Accomplishing the Impossible: What God Does, What We Can Do
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