Sunday, October 12, 2008

"Remember The Sabbath Day, To Keep It Holy"


“The Sabbath is a holy day in which to do worthy and holy things. Abstinence from work and recreation is important but insufficient. The Sabbath calls for constructive thoughts and acts, and if one merely lounges about doing nothing on the Sabbath, he is breaking it. To observe it, one will be on his knees in prayer, preparing lessons, studying the gospel, meditating, visiting the ill and distressed, sleeping, reading wholesome material, and attending all the meetings of that day to which he is expected. To fail to do these proper things is a transgression on the omission side.” --Spencer W. Kimball

3 comments:

Kristina P. said...

I definitely have the sleeping part down.

Anonymous said...

I hope reading your blog is considered "wholesome material".

Ed B

peebugg said...

Isn't he the handsome fellow...