All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience

All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience Neal A. Maxwell
  • Title: All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience
  • Author: Neal A. Maxwell
  • ISBN: 9780875796130
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience Neal A. Maxwell All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience In the midst of deep affliction the Prophet Joseph Smith was told All these things shall give thee experience and shall be for thy good The world at that moment was shown anew that God is aware of
    In the midst of deep affliction, the Prophet Joseph Smith was told, All these things shall give thee experience, and shall be for thy good The world at that moment was shown anew that God is aware of man s sufering, and that pain is not without purpose Such concepts are not always easy to accept, but, as Elder Maxwell observes, the hardness is usually not in their comIn the midst of deep affliction, the Prophet Joseph Smith was told, All these things shall give thee experience, and shall be for thy good The world at that moment was shown anew that God is aware of man s sufering, and that pain is not without purpose Such concepts are not always easy to accept, but, as Elder Maxwell observes, the hardness is usually not in their complexity, but in the deep demands these doctrines make on us All These Things Shall Give Thee Experience focuses on some of the hard doctrines that members of the Church must grapple with in the latter days This book will help the Saints prepare for the trials ahead, while assuring them that the power of God s love is constantly available to the faithful.
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    About Neal A. Maxwell


    1. Neal A Maxwell was well known as an Apostle, author, administrator, and educator A graduate of the University of Utah, he was the Commissioner of Education for the Church Educational System for six years He also held a variety of administrative and teaching positions at the University of Utah, including that of executive vice president.In 1974 Elder Maxwell was called as an Assistant to the Council of the Twelve From 1976 to 1981 he served as member of the Presidency of the First Quorum of the Seventy, and in 1981 was called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Elder Maxwell has written numerous books on Latter day Saint themes, including If Thou Endure It Well Lord, Increase Our Faith That Ye May Believe and Not My Will, But Thine He and his wife, Colleen Hinckley Maxwell, had four children.Elder Maxwell died July 21, 2004.


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    1. This is a WONDERFUL book It takes a minute to adjust to Elder Maxwell s writing he is so smart and there is so much to everything that he says He shares so many important insights about God, the importance and reason for suffering and trials, the importance of service, love, communication, honesty, correction, prayer, following our leaders and basically becoming a true disciple of Christ There were so many important reminders for me in this book Elder Maxwell teaches so clearly how we must know [...]

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    2. I feel it s a tender mercy that I was able to download a free copy of this book right as I was going through a miscarriage I opened it up to read to distract myself as it was all going down, and there could not have been anything comforting and grounding The first part of it is all about how God is omniscient, how everything is known to him, and how he makes everything work together for our good There were so many one sentence sermons It is profound, and definitely one to ponder, mark up, and r [...]

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    3. In this insightful and beautifully written book, Neal A Maxwell served as an apostle in the LDS church shares his thoughts on the omniscience of God, His love for us, prayer, service and many other gospel principles It s a short book only 133 pages but is not an easy read The ideas and concepts are challenging but wonderful I loved it My favorite quote though I think I could fill up every wall of my house with fabulous quotes from this book Prayer is a marvelous process that pierces the veil, an [...]

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    4. Full of amazing and beautiful insights about the pressing issues of our time This book is not about societal issues, however It s about personal righteousness and discipleship Elder Maxwell s insights about the veil, sustaining the General Authorities, prayer, and trials are wise and timeless Elder Maxwell had a unique and rare intelligence that informed his thoughts on discipleship.Listening to this as an audiobook was an added bonus hearing these inspired words in his calming and thoughtful vo [...]

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    5. Maxwell, as always, has a rapid fire delivery and salts his works well with quotations Working through the linguistic style of delivery was sometimes show, but the experience and thoughts provoked were worth the effort.

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    6. Neal A Maxwell has a gift for condensing immense ideas into single phrases, sentences, or short paragraphs that convey layers of meaning truly thoughts to ponder at length I found this almost distracting to my attempts to read and return the book to its lender It was difficult to read and then attempt to absorb, ponder, evaluate any given section without moving at a snail s pace.I highly recommend this book and I recommend reading a chapter or a section of a chapter at a time, giving ample oppor [...]

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    7. This was an incredibly well written book I listened to it on cd and loved hearing Neil A Maxwell s voice once again There were times I had to rewind a sentence over and over again just to comprehend all that he says in such a few words He teaches pure doctrine that illuminates so very brightly through the darkness that mortality can sometimes create.Some of my most favorite points were 1 The with holding of key communications can be even serious than with holding one s material substance Food a [...]

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    8. Elder Maxwell s words were incredibly important to me while he was still with us, and it finally dawned on me a few months ago to start reading his written contributions.The other day, I had a conversation with my father in law about books that you never finish despite having read them many times The ideas are so complex, the insights too profound to be understood in a tight little package This is one of those books a prime synthesis of key aspects of discipleship as understood by Mormon theolog [...]

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    9. Maxwell offers deep gems for Christian audiences on each page, and I savor it best with little bites at a time.I read this insightful book thoughtfully over the course of many months I love the perspective he offers about life, God, and His plans for us It s a broad look at the eternal scheme of things and how our experiences during mortality affect us I like this quote on the last page when we are safely beyond the narrowness of this mortal passage, we will come upon a scene of such expansivene [...]

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    10. This was the abridged book, read by the author I love listening to Elder Maxwell This book had a lot of insights into our eternal lives beyond day to day happenings It helps in dealing with challenges I plan to listen to it multiple times.

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    11. This gave me LOTS to think about with a new perspective I had to listen to the same parts over and over again to let some things sink in Maxwell uses words like Parenthetically which make me feel smarter just by listening to it

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    12. Loved the chapter on the omniscience of God Listened to the audiobook and would love to now purchase a hard copy to study and reflect deeply.

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    13. What a wonderful book There were so many little nuggets that I want to remember I felt like I was highlighting something on almost every page Beautifully written and so many things to ponder on I will be reading this again One of my favorite quotes in the chapter on prayer We sometimes find ourselves praying for others when we should be doing things for them Prayers are not to be a substitute for service, but a spur thereto One from the same chapter The task is to draw close enough to the Lord [...]

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    14. This is a book that I come back to again and again It may be my 5th or 6th reading of it This time through I read a chapter and then spent several days thinking and reflecting on what I had read Asking and answering my own questions in regards to the topic at hand Yes, talking to myself already I first read this book in 1979, and as my understanding has grown, and my life evolved, the words written have only come to mean to me as I try and find purpose and understanding in the challenges of lif [...]

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    15. Indeed, while God s great plan of redemption was made feasible by His omniscience and His omnipotence, it was made inevitable because of His perfect love for us Neal A Maxwell, All These Things Shall Give Thee ExperienceThis book was published almost 40 years ago but the hard doctrines covered by Elder Maxwell are still relevant today, especially today.

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    16. I feel like this book is an inspiring read for a lifelong member of the Latter Day Saint Church It s full of great quotes and encouragement to expand our mind and service It does make me wonder what his later books on discipleship contain because this so fully explored what a consecrated life looks like.

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    17. Wonderful insights into a broad array of gospel topics, as noted by others it sometimes lacks a sense of internal continuity and really feels like of a collection of essays than a cohesive whole Definitely worth reading if you are a fan of Maxwell or LDS doctrine.

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    18. I read this book at the perfect time It reminded me of some important things and helped me greater learn why we struggle and how our experiences shape our discipleship I learned about God s omniscience and omnilovingness.

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    19. This was my first real doctrinal experience with Neal A Maxwell since I was pretty young when he was alive This is both doctrinally intricate and completely accessible It s a comforting and well paced book that is perfect for anyone because it is about something we all experience.

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    20. So profound, so many interesting ideas Want to buy so I can highlight parts

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    21. Wow This is not just another church book It far exceeded expectations and I can t wait to read it again.

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    22. He was a man like no other That goes for whether you re religious or not You get a good sense of his wisdom in these writings.

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    23. I love this It opened my eyes about prayer and what it means to have an Omniscient God.

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    24. Although mortal Life is difficult and a great trail for us, as Elder Maxwell points out it is supposed to be a growth experience In this book, Maxwell reminds us of the Savior s unconditional love for us and His desire to guide us through his leaders, through prayer, and by experience.

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    25. This book is absolutely amazing One of my favorite quotes in the book, Our capacity to grown and to assist each other depends very much on our being willing to communicate 1 Timothy 6 18 communication includes proper measures of counsel, correction, and commendation Since we depend upon each other to supply these ingredients in our lives, our insensitivity in communicating can be far damaging than we realize When we pass by others and notice them not, a degree of deprivation occurs Mormon 8 39 [...]

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    26. I enjoyed the first half of this old book better than the last half.I always loved hearing this man speak He is a master wordsmith The following are only two of the best quotes from this book Worshipful acknowledgment of an omniscient God will cause us to cooperate in the stretching of our souls Life is a school in which we enrolled not only voluntarily but rejoicingly and if the school s headmaster employs a curriculum proven again and again on other planets, to bring happiness to participants [...]

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    27. Without the veil, for instance, we would lose that precious insulation which keeps us from a profound and disabling homesickness that would interfere with our mortal probation and maturation Page 10 Worshipful acknowledgment of an omniscient God will cause us to cooperate in the stretching of our souls Page 13 All of us should strive, therefore, to have some friendships that are deep and solid so solid, for instance, that if they were interrupted, the unfinished conversation could be resumed mon [...]

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    28. Although life has many challenges, if we can believe that our trials will benefit us, we can bear our difficulties welld even eventually appreciate them I especially learned from the chapter titled The Fellowship of His Sufferings The author mentions Victor Frankl s experiences in a concentration camp and I highly recommend his book documenting this ordeal, Man s Search for Meaning Frankl discovered through this horrific trial that the one thing he could not be robbed of was his freedom to choos [...]

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    29. I listened to this as an audiobook, and while it was great to have it narrated by Elder Maxwell, I really feel like I need to read a physical copy and take notes He has a way of putting doctrines and ideas in such a profound way that really makes you think Here are a few of my favorite things I learned God doesn t get bored because he knows everything He takes perfect joy from our happiness and progression If God didn t know everything, then his plan could be frustrated He might learn something [...]

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