SEEK YE THE KINGDOM OF GOD

Life brings many temporal concerns both big and small. What should I wear today? What should I eat for lunch? How can I provide for my family? Where should I live? These concerns are real and legitimate, but if we’re not careful, our worries and fears about the things of this world can overwhelm us, or we can simply be caught up in materialism and the pursuit of easy living. Watch this video to see what Christ taught about where our focus should be.

If we seek first the kingdom of God, everything we need will be added unto us. We may not have the fanciest car or the biggest house, but as we work hard and dedicate our lives to God however we can, He will provide for our needs both physically and spiritually.

View previous posts from the Teachings of Jesus Christ series in part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5,part 6, part 7, part 8part 9part 10, and part 11.

All the Bible Video’s are Available at this link    Bible Videos

This article was taken from mormon.org  follow this link    Seek Ye The Kingdom of God

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