Sunday, 10 July 2016

Little Steps at a Time

This post is short and sweet. This post is based on some notes that I have written and learned during Young Single Adult Class in my ward today and additional comments that I would like to add.

I encourage you to think about and answer the following question in your own time. 
What does "Little Steps at a Time" means to you? 

I encourage you to ask someone, it could be a family member or a friend the same question. 
What does "Little Steps at a Time" means to him or her?

When I think about "Little Steps at a Time," I think about some examples of little steps at a time. 
For an example, It takes little steps to get to know someone better. 

Here is what I learned in class. In Alma chapter 17 and chapter 18, it talks about little steps at a time.           Ammon goes to the land of Ishmael and becomes a servant to King Lamoni. 

Chapter 17, verse 11 - It talks about being patient in long-suffering and afflictions.
Chapter 17, verse 25 - It talks about becoming a servant, serving others. 

Chapter 17, verse 29 - It talks about heart filled with joy and learned to trust. 
Chapter 18, verse 5 - It talks about actions is ready to be taught. 

I think becoming friends first is the first priority in missionary work. I know Missionaries strives their best to get to know someone, do some service, care about someone, support someone, being patient, always following up and if someone doesn't end up being interested in getting discussions after doing those wonderful things, that's okay because they have built their friendship with that someone. 

After the Missionaries has finished their missions, they still can be friends with who they have met during the mission and they can be friends for a very long time. I know it would be a wonderful feeling to be still friends after their missions for a long time. 
I like the Image that I have shared on this post. If you can't see the Image that I have shared, it says "There is no one giant step that does it its a bunch of little steps. Peter Cohen."

Always remember to take little steps at a time. 
Stay Tuned until next time.

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