The Character of Christ - by Elder David A. Bednar. ACU Sunday Series.
American Conservative University
The Character of Christ - by Elder David A. Bednar. ACU Sunday Series. https://youtu.be/LWOVwycSor0 193,505 views Jan 17, 2016 "THE CHARACTER OF CHRIST" This talk was given at BYUI... This is similar to the talk that he gave at the MTC (Missionary Training Center) in Provo Utah on Christmas 12/25/2011. Brigham Young University-Idaho Religion Symposium January 25, 2003 Elder David A. Bednar is an Apostle of Jesus Christ. read the talk here: http://www2.byui.edu/presentations/tr...
We love Elder Bednar! Today, I talk about his talk “But We Heeded Them Not.” Here’s a recap of questions to think about: “The combination of inspired lyrics and majestic melodies helps me to learn essential gospel principles and stirs my soul.” What hymns or other music do this for you? What mocking or scorn are you hearing? From friends, family...members of your ward, leaders...about promptings and answers you've received? "What helps you to “heed not” worldly influences, mocking, and scorn?" How do your covenants allow you to block out or stand up to the mocking and scorn in your life? What is the Lord telling you? What questions do you want to study further? Contact me! FB: General Conference Conversations IG: @generalconferenceonversations Email: email@example.com
In April 2011, Elder David A. Bednar made an analogy in general conference of light switches and sunrises to personal revelation and receiving the Lord’s guidance in our lives. This landmark talk inspired Latter-day Saints everywhere in how they seek and recognize Heavenly Father’s presence in their lives. In the years since that address, Elder Bednar has spoken around the world about personal revelation. As he’s done so, he’s heard one question from Church members more than any other: “How do I know if it’s me or the Spirit?” In this week’s episode, we hear Elder Bednar’s answer to this question and discuss other thoughts related to the principles of revelation. “You don’t have to do it all in one day—a little bit every day with God’s help.” Show Notes: 1:42- Academic Learning Vs. Seeing Things as They Really Are5:33- When There Are No Words8:25- Defending Doctrine Vs. Teaching Doctrine11:54- Agents Who Act19:12- How Do I Know If It’s Me or the Spirit?28:48- Daily Improvement34:14- A Virtuous Cycle38:34- Sensationalizing Revelation43:24- Communication in Marriage50:31- Cherishing Spiritually Sensitive Information53:01- "Sequence Is Instructive”56:15- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the Strength of the Lord - Elder David A. Bednar
Latter Day Saint Keep on Trying
"As you and I come to understand and employ the enabling power of the Atonement in our personal lives, we will pray and seek for strength to change our circumstances rather than praying for our circumstances to be changed." David A. Bednar is a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. An educator by profession, Bednar was president of Brigham Young University-Idaho from 1997 to 2004.
February 21-27 | A Reservoir of Living Water | David A. Bednar 2007
Come, Follow Me: BYU Speeches Podcast
The scriptures are like living water, nourishing and sustaining. To drink deeply, we must study the scriptures and search for connections daily. Click here to view the speech.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Tender Mercies of the Lord - Elder David A. Bednar
Latter Day Saint Keep on Trying
Today's podcast is taken from an April 2005 General Conference address by Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Elder Bednar is known for his inspired insights, his love of gospel learning and teaching, and his ability and propensity to be quick to observe. In this address, Elder Bednar teaches that the tender mercies of the Lord are available to all of us and that the Redeemer of Israel is eager to bestow such gifts upon us.
"The Principles of My Gospel" Elder David A. Bednar
Conference in Review
What is the difference between principles and doctrine? Elder Bednar addresses this as well as the benefits of incorporating the principles of the gospel into our lives.Music acknowledgmentsMusic: In Dulci Jubilo Michel Rondeau (trumpet)Performers: Marthe Jobidon (trumpets), Eric Vaillancourt & Steve Guerin (trombones)Publisher Info.Michel RondeauCopyright Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Misc. Notes These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.