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Using Scriptures To Receive Revelation

A Way of Life, Elder Richard G. Scott

One of the great lessons that each of us needs to learn is to ask. Why does the Lord want us to pray to Him and to ask? Because that is how revelation is received.

When I am faced with a very difficult matter, this is how I try to understand what to do. I fast. I pray to find and understand scriptures that will be helpful. That process is cyclical. I start reading a passage of scripture; I ponder what the verse means and pray for inspiration. I then ponder and pray to know if I have captured all the Lord wants me to do. Often more impressions come with increased understanding of doctrine. I have found that pattern to be a good way to learn from the scriptures.

Excerpt from Elder Richard G. Scott’s April 2012 General Conference address, How to Obtain Revelation and Inspiration for Your Personal Life.  Elder Richard G. Scott is a member of the Quorum of The Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. View Elder Richard G. Scott’s full address here.