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"When you make a basket in a basketball game or kick a goal in soccer, there's a great feeling of accomplishment and excitement. The same thing happens when you make gospel points. You feel good about yourself. You also feel closer to the Lord. You feel the excitement of knowing you're doing what God wants you to do." - Russell C. Taylor, "Making Points for Righteousness," Ensign (CR), May 1989, p.40
"Playing ball is a great deal like life. You want to do your best, to be committed, to be a team player. You want to follow the rules so you don’t foul out. You want to make points.
"The rules in real life are different from those in a game. Our rules are the commandments of God. You make points when you serve your mission, draw close to the Lord, live the Word of Wisdom, stay morally clean, and live a life of service and Church activity.
"How many points are you making in your life? Are you winning?" - Russell C. Taylor, "Making Points for Righteousness," Ensign (CR), May 1989, p.40
I can say unashamedly, I rejoice in the service of God. My experience teaches that the highest goodness attainable is a life of unselfish service to mankind. The Master said, “He that is greatest among you shall be your servant.” (Matt. 23:11.) -
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