quotes tagged with 'selfdiscipline'

Why is the atonement so important to your marriage? No relationship is so demanding as marriage. To properly fulfill the divine purpose of marriage, that of bringing spirits into the world and raising them in the nurture of the Lord, we require the upmost in self-discipline, self-sacrifice, courage, love, humility, and integrity (self-unity). Again, Christ taught, "I am the way." He was the perfect example of these character traits and instructs us to follow in his footsteps. In addition, the very nature of the process of receiving the divine gift of the atonement develops these character traits.

It is significant that there is no permanent marriage outside the gospel of Jesus Christ. Why is an eternal marriage found only in the highest degree of the celestial kingdom? I believe it is because a truly successful marriage, which can sustain any storm, must be a three-way divine partnership. The Savior and his atonement are the foundation of this harmonious partnership, this beautiful marriage. He is the Savior of the family relationship as well as the individual soul.

So it is with our relations with others. Again, he is "the way." We forgive because he forgave. We love him because he first loved us.

Author: Stephen R. Covey , Source: "Spiritual Roots of Human Relations", Deseret Book 1970 - 8th printing, pp. 48-49Saved by mlsscaress in sacrifice integrity courage love humility savior selfdiscipline marriage atonement partnership demanding 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]
It is often said that a man's personal religion grows out of the uses to which he puts his moments of solitude. A sure mark of an irreligious person is one who hates to ever be alone, who must be constantly amused by radio, television, canasta or idle companionship. Such shows the lack of self-discipline and self-determination.
Author: Gilbert M. Holloway, Source: UnknownSaved by cboyack in solitude selfdiscipline companionship 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Good homes are not easily created or maintained. They require discipline, not so much of children as of self.
Author: Gordon B. Hinckley, Source: Standing for Something, p. 165Saved by cboyack in home selfdiscipline 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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