In the Doctrine and Covenants, we read: The voice of the Lord is unto all men (D&C 1:2). The heavens are not closed, and each of us can receive specific and personal revelation from God that can bless us with direction, insight, and comfort. Though we may recognize the need for personal revelation, many of us struggle to know how we can hear the voice of the Lord more clearly and more frequently. In this book, Gerald N. Lund provides reassuring and practical answers to such questions as: In what ways does revelation come? What key principles help us know how to hear and understand personal revelation? How can we increase our sensitivity to the prompting of the Holy Ghost? This book provides profound insights into both the doctrine and the application of this vital subject of personal revelation.
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Gerald N. Lund received degrees from BYU and Pepperdine University. During his thirty-five years in the Church Educational System, he served as an institute teacher and director, curriculum writer, and director of college curriculum. He has also served in a variety of Church callings, including as a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy (2002 2008). He is an award-winning author of both fiction and nonfiction titles; he is perhaps best known for The Work and the Glory series. He and his wife, Lynn, have seven children.
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