Elder Boyd K. Packer said this:

“I’m not ashamed to say that … I want to be good. And I’ve found in my life that it has been critically important [to establish this intention] between me and the Lord so that I knew that he knew which way I committed my agency. I went before Him and said, ‘I’m not neutral, and you can do with me what you want. If you need my vote, it’s there. I don’t care what you do with me, and you don’t have to take anything from me because I give it to you—everything, all I own, all I am—,’ and that makes the difference.” (“To Those Who Teach in Troubled Times,” address delivered at seminary and institute conference, Summer 1970, Salt Lake City.)

1 comment:

  1. I agree with you. Sometimes it's hard to say that you are on the side of the Lord completely especially in a world like this. But I am proud to say that I will proudly stand on the Lord's side, and I will give him my all. Thanks for this comment I needed it.