Strengthening Family & Home
Dec. 13th, Ch. 21
Principles of Temp/Spiritual Welfair
Dec. 20th, Ch. 24 A Christ-Centered Life
Dec. 27th, “It Works Wonderfully'
2015 OCT. CONFERENCE
Dec. 6 Baptism / RSVP if you can bring finger foods Christmas Devotional - Chapel
Dec. 12 Christmas Party
Joseph in Salem Tour
December 2015 Lynnfield Ladies
“In the scriptures, compassion means literally ‘to suffer with.’ It also means to show sympathy, pity, and mercy for another.”1
“One of my favorite stories from the Savior’s life is the story of Lazarus. The scriptures tell us that ‘Jesus loved Martha, … her sister [Mary], and [their brother] Lazarus.’”4 When Lazarus became ill, word was sent to Jesus, but when He arrived Lazarus had already died. Mary ran to Jesus, fell down at His feet, and wept. When Jesus saw Mary weeping, “he groaned in the spirit, and … wept” (John 11:33, 35).
“That is our charge. We must feel and see for ourselves and then help all of Heavenly Father’s children to feel and see and know that our Savior has taken upon Himself not only all our sins but also our pains and our suffering and afflictions so that He can know what we feel and how to comfort us.”5