The Work Of Being All In 

 This is about as clean as the desk gets here. There are just so many projects! 

Today was one of those days where I know I’ve done some important things, but to stand back and look at it at the end of the day, it just doesn’t seem like much. Why is it that proactive or preventive work is almost always invisible from the outside? 

 It takes hard work and resilience to stand up and stay “all in”. I need to be careful about not getting lazy. 

Elder Sabin, from April 2017 LDS General Conference:

“As we are faithful, we can have equal certainty that things will work out well for us in the end. The Lord’s promises are sure. This does not mean this mortal university will be easy or without many tears, but as Paul wrote, “Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” 

“Brothers and sisters, no one has sinned tomorrow. May we recalculate our route if need be and look forward with great hope and faith. May we “stand up inside” by being valiant and “all in.”

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