Pathways To Perfection: Discourses Of Thomas S. Monson

Pathways To Perfection Discourses Of Thomas S Monson Pathways to Perfection presents thirty four memorable sermons focusing on faith service love and prayer given by Thomas S Monson since his call in to the Council of the Twelve Apostles

  • Title: Pathways To Perfection: Discourses Of Thomas S. Monson
  • Author: Thomas S. Monson
  • ISBN: 9780877475118
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pathways to Perfection presents thirty four memorable sermons focusing on faith, service, love, and prayer given by Thomas S Monson since his call in 1963 to the Council of the Twelve Apostles.

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    1. A man who cannot think is not an educated man. However many college degrees he may have acquired. Thinking is the hardest work anyone can do, which is probably the reason why we have so few thinkers.-Pres. Monson

    2. This book is amazing. As I am reading the different talks given by President Thomas S. Monson (before he was the prophet) I can hear his voice saying the things he has written to me. This book is inspirational. I have been keeping notes in a special notebook that I have for spiritual things and as I look at my notes and try to pick a favorite of all the discourses that are given in this book I am at a loss. I cannot pick just one favorite. I have enjoyed reading this book for many reasons; it ha [...]

    3. My opinion of these talks follows a general pattern. I don't like the introduction, the middle has a lot of wise insights, and the end isn't anything to write home about. I also found that in the book as a whole the talks started to sound very similar to each other. But it is worth reading, if only to learn the wisdom of a prophet.

    4. President Monson gives awesome advice in his poetic talks. This books is a great collection of several talks that give instructions on how to progress on the path toward perfection. The advice is timeless and spiritually uplifting.

    5. This book is written by our current prophet adn he is amazing. This book has so much information it is hard to understand it all at once. Every time I read it the feelings I get lift me up and help me to stand a little taller.

    6. Well selected discourses. It enhanced my comprehension about Christlike love, service and faith. Highly recommended

    7. Loving the different discourses. President Monson is such a wonderful storyteller. I love that (among other things) about him. :)

    8. In my attempt to read something more uplifting than books about serial killers, I chose this. An excellent collection of some of President Monson's older talks.

    9. I loved reading these talks (which is what each chapter was) and found them as useful today as when this book was written many years ago.

    10. This is a good book. President Monson has set a fine example with his service and has good stories and accounts to tell due to his faith and love.

    11. I love reading Pres. Monson's talks. I took a long time to get through this book but it was worth the time.

    12. I found this book very inspirational. Spiritually as well as in my own writing. I love when a book lifts me higher and my writing improves as a result.

    13. Very well written talks. Below are ones I especially liked:Meeting your Goliath: David chose 5 stones. In your own battle against the Goliath in your life chose the 5 stones of courage, effort, humility, prayer and love of duty (not merely to do the thing we ought to do but do it when we should, whether we like it or not). And always remember that we do not go alone against the Goliaths of our lives:Thus saith the LORD unto you, Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of this great multitude; for t [...]

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