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Sabbath Reflections

All things whatsoever God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit and proper to reveal to us, while we are dwelling in mortality, in regard to our mortal bodies, are revealed to us in the abstract... revealed to our spirits precisely as though we had no bodies at all; and those revelations which will save our spirits will save our bodies.  (TPJS)  The voice of the Spirit is described in the scriptures as being "neither loud, nor harsh" (3Nephi)  "It is not a voice of thunder, neither was it a voice of great tumultuous noise," but rather, " still and small, of perfect mildness, as if it had been a whisper," and it can, " pierce even to the very soul."  (Helaman5:30) and cause the heart to burn."  
Remember Elijah found the voice of the Lord was not in the wind, nor the earthquake, nor the fire, but was a still small voice. (1Kings)
from: The Divine Center
by Stephen R Covey

Eric Lafforgue

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