We were very tired when we got home from work, because we did not get enough sleep Sunday night. So, we watched “Sherlock Holmes”, which was pretty cool.
I am thankful that the Lord has given me all that I have, and that He continues to protect what I have. A couple of times recently, I have misplaced things, and I did not freak-out and worry about getting them back.
Just this last May, I was in Miami, and I misplaced my American Express card. I went to pay for breakfast, and I could not find the card. After paying the bill with my Visa, I went back to my room and looked in a couple places. Then, I looked at my receipts and found that the last place that I had used the card was the restaurant which I just was at. So, I called the restaurant, and I was transferred to Lost and Found, and they had my card. A friend of mine told me that he would not have been so under control if that had happened to him.
About a week and a half ago, I went to church. I had one of my favorite tie clasps on. At one point, I looked down and it was gone. Misty and I looked around and we couldn’t find it. I thought that either it would show up, or I would buy a new one just like it. It really was not worth it to have a tantrum because I lost something which I could replace. I also thought about another tie clasp which I had misplaced before, and I found it in Lost And Found. So, this time, I went through the day. The following day, I found the tie clasp attached to the seat belt of my car.
I am reminded of all of these events after reading Helaman 13:19, which says to hide up our treasures unto the Lord. Now, I am not perfect at doing this, but I do know that if I hide my treasures unto the Lord, then they will be protected, and I will be able to use them.