Explore the depth of our sacred stewardship’s significance in ministering. Using the metaphor of a lighthouse keeper and the Good Samaritan, this piece emphasizes our stewardship as not just an obligation—it’s an act of serving God.
This speech examines an apocryphal story from the Nag Hammadi where Jesus teaches two apostles why they need to constantly demonstrate faith, love, and work to be admitted into a heavenly kingdom through the grace of Christ.
This sermon emphasizes the need for pursuing holiness, being guided by the Holy Ghost, and making time for God, recognizing that through these sacred practices we can experience profound spiritual growth and find true fulfillment in our lives. It uses scriptural references, quotes from Russell M. Nelson, and personal anecdotes to underscore these themes.
Our spiritual hunger can only be satisfied by righteousness, not worldly things. Consider what you’re consuming spiritually, just as you do physically. Strive to nourish your spirit with prayer, scriptures, and meaningful service, aiming for a closer relationship with God.