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Bishop Smith

Bishop Smith

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The Bishop's Message is a compilation of messages written for the Sunday School program of the Ensign 3rd Ward over a period of four years (1957-1961) by Bishop Nathaniel A. Smith who presided as Bishop during this time.
The messages were written with the Ward membership in mind on the request of the first editor of the Sunday School Program, Sister Irma Gottfredson and the Sunday School Superintendent Addison B. Cheney.
I humbly acknowledge the inspiration received from the many quotes, and short poems and especially some illustrations from Elder Sterling W. Sill's writings.
It is my hope and desire that my posterity will cherish these precious truths and mould them into their characters for good.
The fact that good ideas and thoughts may have belonged to someone else does not lessen their value. If they are good they are good they should be used many times until we get possession of them.
The Bishop's Message is a compilation of messages written for the Sunday School program of the Ensign 3rd Ward over a period of four years (1957-1961) by Bishop Nathaniel A. Smith who presided as Bishop during this time.
The messages were written with the Ward membership in mind on the request of the first editor of the Sunday School Program, Sister Irma Gottfredson and the Sunday School Superintendent Addison B. Cheney.
I humbly acknowledge the inspiration received from the many quotes, and short poems and especially some illustrations from Elder Sterling W. Sill's writings.
It is my hope and desire that my posterity will cherish these precious truths and mould them into their characters for good.
The fact that good ideas and thoughts may have belonged to someone else does not lessen their value. If they are good they are good they should be used many times until we get possession of them.

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"You never can tell what your thoughts will do, In bringing you hate or
love. For thoughts are things, and their airy wings Are swift as a carrier
dove. They follow the law of the universe -Each thing must create its kind
-And they speed o'er the track to bring you back Whatever went out from
your mind."

—Ella Wheeler Wilcox

That which goes out from us to others in word or deed calls out from them the same kind of qualities.
Good will comes out to meet good; hatred comes out to meet hatred; and love to meet love. There is
something within all of us that seems to leap forth to meet kindness and gentleness. We tend to grow
more and more like that which we cherish and love. To love the gospel and cherish our membership in
the Church and to radiate its value to us by being shining lights to others is the essence of the teachings of
the Savior.

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