For any parent raising a budding musician, the word's "In Tune" are probably used very frequently.
I know at my house they are.
When the kids are out of tune, everybody in the house knows it. And it can be pretty uncomfortable.
I thought about this analogy as I was reading Gerald N. Lund's new book In Tune.
|Scott practicing with Dylan & Kate.|
As someone who has spent countless hours in church meetings being taught gospel principles, I can appreciate a teacher who follows the spirits direction when presenting a message. I also know that when I am doing my part to be a willing participant and learning by the spirit, I am able to be taught the things that the Lord would have me know. It definitely takes two willing participants for the spirit to convey the messages that the Lord would have us hear.
Lund is an experienced author has written another wonderful book. I found this book to be organized perfectly. It really helps you gain an idea of what the Lord expects of us when we are teaching and how the Holy Ghost functions in teaching the message.
I strongly recommend this book. I think this book is a wonderful resource for everyone. I feel that many of the lessons will actually help me be a better parent. And teaching my children is my most important responsibility.