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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Grateful in Any Circumstances (May 2014 Visiting Teaching Printable)

First of all, I would like to apologize for never getting an April printable up. I was so entrenched in opera rehearsals and performances that I barely had time to breathe and blogging took a back seat. Also, I did not do my own visiting teaching in April, so...yeah.

It's May now, and though it's already the 14th (I left on May 1 for ten lovely days of vacation!), I do finally have a printable ready to go.

For Visiting Teaching in May, we are to choose a message from any of the April General Conference talks. The talk I chose is Dieter F. Uchtdorf's Grateful in Any Circumstances. This was one talk I desperately needed to hear, especially when it was given in April. I was in the throes of winter, stress, and insanity and I was completely forgetting to be grateful for all the awesome things in my life. And I was especially forgetting to be grateful in my current circumstances, or for them.

President Uchtdorf's talk began to change my entire outlook. Gratitude is important.

Here is the printable I came up with for Visiting Teaching:

Printable Quote: How much of life do we miss by waiting to see the rainbow before thanking God that there is rain? President Uchtdorf
CLICK HERE to download a .PDF

It is sized at 5x7 so if you have been using the photo frame idea, it will fit into the frame.

And here is the same quote in Spanish:

Dieter F Uchtdorf quote Spanish
Click the image to download from Flickr. Instructions for downloading images from Flickr are HERE.
CLICK HERE to download a .PDF

I have also made a few other printables from the April Conference:

Obedience Makes Us Strong
Spiritual Help Wanted Signs

Happy Visiting Teaching!


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Other LDS-themed Printables:
My Body is a Temple
General Conference October 2013 Printables

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