Yea, and from that time even until now, I have labored without ceasing, that I might bring souls unto repentance; that I might bring them to taste of exceeding joy of which I taste; that they might also be born of God, and be filled with the Holy Ghost. ~ Alma 36:24

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Errand of Angels

The remarkable pioneer woman Emily H. Woodmansee penned the text of the hymn “As Sisters in Zion.” She correctly asserts that the “errand of angels is given to women.”22 This has been described as “nothing less than to do the direct and immediate bidding of our Father in Heaven, and ‘this is a gift that … sisters … claim.’”23

elder quentin L cook
lds women are incredible april 2011

You can recognize women who are grateful to be a daughter of God by their attitude. They know that the errand of angels is given to women, and they desire to be on God’s errand to love His children and minister to them, to teach them the doctrines of salvation, to call them to repentance, to save them in perilous circumstances, to guide them in the performance of His work, to deliver His messages. 3 They understand that they can bless their Father’s children in their homes and neighborhoods and beyond. Women who are grateful to be daughters of God bring glory to His name.

Oct 2000

the joy of womanhood Margaret D Naudauld

Sister Shurtz ~ MTC Companion

Clearfield, UT

Sister Parker ~ Trainer

Thornton, CO

Sister Lewis ~ 3rd Companion & Trainee

Clearfield, UT

Sister Avlia ~ 4th Companion

Sister Avila (right) comes from Houston, Texas. She is also fluent in French and, of course, English.

Sister Anderson ~ 5th Companion

Fillmore, UT

Sister Mackenzie ~ 6th Companion

Our darling African sister is Sister Catherine Koki MacKenzie who comes from Kenya

Sister Carlson ~ 7th Companion

Aurora, CO

Sister Smith ~ 8th 

St. George, UT.

Sister Javed ~ 9th Companion


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