Elaine L. Jack

A Quote by Elaine L. Jack on beginning, choice, circumstances, effort, exercise, faith, happiness, hope, investment, life, meaning, prayer, and seasons

Testimony is a result of choice, not circumstance. In all seasons of my life, testimony has been a conscious choice - and this choice has given everything else in my life meaning. Building a testimony is the beginning of building a happy life. Testimony grows step by step as we invest the effort to exercise faith and hope as active parts of everyday living. Prayer is a major tool to help us gain faith and hope.

Elaine L. Jack

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A Quote by Elaine L. Jack on dependence, possessions, and value

The gospel assures you that your value is not dependent on your looks or material possessions.

Elaine L. Jack

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A Quote by Elaine L. Jack on gratitude and spirituality

There is a definite link between gratitude and spirituality.

Elaine L. Jack

Source: Eye to Eye, Heart to Heart, © by Intellectual Reserve, Inc.Used by permission.

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A Quote by Elaine L. Jack on admiration, fulfillment, life, love, maturity, reflection, and spirituality

Our focus reflects our love and admiration for you. . . . We want you to live lives of spiritual maturity and fulfillment, free of unrealistic comparisons.

Elaine L. Jack

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A Quote by Elaine L. Jack on bitterness, direction, effort, god, labor, needs, weather, and work

The fruit of our labors is sweet when the work is consecrated to God. But we have to be able to weather the conditions - the winds, the rain or the drought, the brilliant sun and sometimes the bitter cold. Sometimes our work needs to be directed at improving our ground rather than excusing our own harvests because the place we have been given is a little hard; there are too many rocks, too many hills, too little top soil. If we focus on where we are instead of what we can do with our plot, we will find our efforts significantly diminished.

Elaine L. Jack

Source: Ensign, March 1996, p. 19. © by Intellectual Reserve, Inc.Used by permission.

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