The Savior was Valiant!
What does it mean to be Valiant?
What does it mean to be valiant in the testimony of Jesus?
It is to be courageous and bold; to use all our strength, energy, and ability in the warfare with the world; to fight the good fight of faith. “Be strong and of a good courage,” the Lord commanded Joshua, and then specified that this strength and courage consisted of meditating upon and observing to do all that is written in the law of the Lord. (See Josh. 1:6–9.)
The great cornerstone of valiance in the cause of righteousness is obedience to the whole law of the whole gospel.
To be valiant in the testimony of Jesus is to “come unto Christ, and be perfected in him”; it is to deny ourselves “of all ungodliness,” and “love God” with all our “might, mind and strength.” (Moro. 10:32.)
To be valiant in the testimony of Jesus is to believe in Christ and his gospel with unshakable conviction. It is to know of the verity and divinity of the Lord’s work on earth.
But this is not all. It is more than believing and knowing. We must be doers of the word and not hearers only. It is more than lip service; it is not simply confessing with the mouth the divine Sonship of the Savior. It is obedience and conformity and personal righteousness. “Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven;but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.” (Matt. 7:21.) Bruce R. McConkie.
As we become more valiant in the work of the Lord we will become powerful and capable of doing so much more. We are in the process of becoming all that the Lord has asked us to become. LIKE HIM.
Keep up the good work.
Love you all.
Work with the Members !
Sustain the Leaders!
Work hard to win their trust!
Be in their homes and invite them to come back.
The Lord needs Priesthood Leadership to
Elder Bednar invites us to Flood the earth with the Gospel via Social Media.
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