Happy Memorial Day! For today’s Miracle Monday, we’d like to share two testimonies of the restoration — it’s been a while since we’ve done this! Our first call for these testimonies inspired two sisters to remember dreams that they had many years ago. We hope you enjoy reading them!

Submitted by Sister Cindy Bright

I had a dream not long after I was baptized. There were different people coming up to me and asking me, “How do you know this is the true church?” and I heard a voice say, “Tell them read Moroni 2:2. As the dream went on, more people were coming up to me very quickly, and the voice kept saying the same thing, except it got louder. “Tell them read Moroni 2:2.” I did as the voice told me, and told the people. Then, I woke up.

When I woke up, the dream was heavy on my mind, and I quickly went to read this scripture because I did not know it by memory. I was so blessed after reading Moroni 2:2, “And he called them by name, saying: Ye shall call on the Father in my name, in mighty prayer; and after ye have done this ye shall have power that to him upon whom ye shall lay your hands, ye shall give the Holy Ghost; and in my name shall ye give it, for thus do mine apostles.”

This verse has come to me several times since. I am so thankful we have the pure doctrine of Christ as He set it up.

Submitted by Sister Terri Nath

Nearly 30 years ago, I had a dream. I was concerned about some unrest I was having at church. One night, God gave me a dream where I found myself in our branch, and a very old man appeared in the back of the building holding a very old book that I knew I had seen before. I felt he was a member of our church, but I didn’t know him. He gave me the book to keep. As I accepted the book, I saw it was a Bible and immediately found myself on the top of a mountain where another man, evil, appeared and fought me, trying to take the book away. I won the fight, but as I won, the book turned into the Book of Mormon. It was a wonderful feeling.

When I related this dream in a testimony meeting, a brother stood and said, “Don’t let anyone take your crown.” I then knew that I could never let anything in life question my faith or belief.

June Miracles

Next month, we’re resurrecting an old theme — children and kids. Did you have an experience when you were a child? Did you ever witness a miracle having to do with a little one? We’d love to hear about how God works with even the smallest among us. Click here to share your story.

#SayCheeseTCOJC

Here’s today’s photo challenge. Post it and hashtag it! Don’t know what this is? Click here.

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Need ideas? 

  • Snap a photo of the dish you’re bringing to the picnic.
  • Post a picture of the group you’re hanging out with.
  • Share a photo of a veteran who you admire.

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