Quote by Elder Henry B. Eyring

Itís easy to say, ĎThe time isnít right.í But there is danger in procrastination. Years ago I worked for a man in California. He hired me; he was kind to me; he seemed to regard me highly. I may have been the only Latter-day Saint he ever knew well. I donít know all the reasons I found to wait for a better moment to talk with him about the gospel. I just remember my feeling of sorrow when I learned, after he had retired and I lived far away, that he and his wife had been killed in a late-night drive to their home in Carmel, California. He loved his wife. He loved his children. He had loved his parents. He loved his grandchildren, and he will love their children and will want to be with them forever.


Now, I donít know how the crowds will be handled in the world to come. But I suppose that I will meet him, that he will look into my eyes, and that I will see in them the question, ĎHal, you knew. Why didnít you tell me?

Author: Elder Henry B. Eyring , Source: Conference Report, Oct. 1998, 42Saved by mlsscaress in present missionarywork urgency tarry delay 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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