Sunday, November 28, 2010

Attitude of Gratitude

    Well I know that some people would say that this post is coming a little bit too late but tonight as we were visiting with one of our investigators, Sister Dotty Watts, I felt an overwhelming feeling of gratitude and I felt like I needed to share a little bit of my thoughts. At about this time, we are in between two different Holidays. Thanksgiving and Christmas. Both Holidays we should be giving thanks for all that we have. Tonight, we watched a Christmas video called Joy to the World and it was a moving testimony of the gratitude we should have for the gift of our Savior Jesus Christ.
     In this DVD, it pointed out the birth of Christ in the Bible and then talks about the prophecies given in the Book of Mormon that Christ would be born and the signs that accompany it. I wont elaborate too much at this time about the different signs but if you would like to dig deeper it is in Helaman 13-15. The point is that our Heavenly Father really wanted everyone to know that He has sent His Son here to this earth to save us. It talks about it in the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and even by the mouth of our modern day beloved Prophet Thomas S. Monson. So as we look forward to this wonderful Christmas season, always remember what you are celebrating. We are celebrating the fact that our Heavenly Father sent his Son Jesus Christ to the earth. I love this time of year but I hope that we can keep this Attitude of Gratitude always with us!


  1. Elder Millett. I think it is a Perfect time to post! Today in Sacrament and Relief Society we talked about the Attitude of Gratitude. I believe that we need to be reminded of What we're Grateful for daily, that brings us closer to God and allowing the Holy Ghost to be with us to guide and lead us Daily. I LOVE the posting and the meaning behind it. I loved Church today and felt the Holy Ghost with me ALL DAY!!! Thanks! :)

  2. Gratitue. Yeah, that is something I really need to work on. Thank you so much for the post! It is helping me realize what I can do better to become closer to my Savior!