Wednesday, October 15, 2014

It Is Better to Look Up Blog Tour!!!


We all love to be taught with stories. The Savior shared many in his ministry, and His prophets and other Church leaders have often emulated that great example. Gospel lessons come alive when they are presented in this way.
It Is Better to Look Up gathers more than fifty of the most memorable personal experiences shared in general conference over the years and pairs them with stunning photographic images. The result is an irresistible volume filled with remarkable true accounts of God's hand in our lives.
You'll love browsing through such gems as "In Harm's Way," by President Thomas S. Monson; "Man Down!" by President Henry B. Eyring; "Lift Where You Stand," by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf; "You Stupid Cow!" by Elder Mervyn B. Arnold; "Worldly Promises," by Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson; and dozens more. These short pieces are perfect for a quick moment of inspiration in a class, a home evening, or personal devotional time. Each one is presented with a scripture to complement the gospel message.
Featuring stories from every member of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve, plus many additional leaders past and present, this beautifully illustrated book will soon become a family favorite and a precious keepsake.

My Review:

This amazing collection of memorable stories shared from the pulpit brought tears to my eyes and warmth to my soul as I read them.  Some stories were so touching that I would stop whatever my family was doing and insist they listen while I read it to them!  What I really loved about this collection of stories is that each one illustrates an important gospel principle.  Each one teaches a lesson in a way that is easily understood.  People crave personal connections with each other and these stories give us that personal connection.  Like President Monson stated, "It is better to look up!"  and these stories help us to do just that.  I highly recommend this book, it brought joy to my soul!

You can pick up your own copy here.

Happy Reading!!!

Source:  Publisher for review

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