Facing the Son
by Kris Belcher
Eliminate the Spiritual Light-Blockers from Your Life
How can you and I improve spiritual vision so that we can grow closer to the Savior?
In the Orientation and Mobility class that Kris Belcher attended when she first went blind, she learned that she could determine what direction she was facing by using the sun. In the morning, for example, if she felt the sun on her face, she would know she was facing east.
"Spiritually," Kris writes, "we can also receive comfort and direction from the Son. If we can feel the warmth of the Son - the Spirit - then we know we are facing the right direction."
Identifying several common "light-blockers" that can impair our spiritual eyesight, Kris offers practical remedies, suggesting ways in which we can choose to face the Son and feel His Spirit in our lives. Her down-to-earth stories, keen insights, often-humorous perspective, and unswerving faith will fill your heart with light.
- Chapter 1
Face the Son by Remembering Your Importance
- Chapter 2
Face the Son by Following Promptings
- Chapter 3
Face the Son by Trusting in God's Promises
- Chapter 4
Face the Son by Seeking Truth from the Source
- Chapter 5
Face the Son by Seeking Joy through Gratitude
- Chapter 6
Face the Son by Hoping Good Things to Come
- Chapter 7
Face the Son by Turning Complaints into Prayers
- Chapter 8
Face the Son by Listening to the Words of Living Prophets
- Chapter 9
Face the Son by Living Vertically
- Chapter 10
Face the Son by Looking on the Heart
- Chapter 11
Face the Son by Seeking the Spiritual Gift of Discernment
- Chapter 12
Face the Son by Choosing Not to Be Offended
- Chapter 13
Face the Son by Receiving Help
- Chapter 14
Face the Son by Using Wisdom
- Chapter 15
Face the Son by Not Giving Up God
- Chapter 16
Face the Son by Jumping In
- Chapter 17
Face the Son by Relying on Christ's Atonement Conclusion
By Toni, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I didn't expect this book to be so funny. The laughs came as a suprise. What a witty woman this author is. I am grateful I got to read this book, Kris brings out deep feeling in the meaning of "the most important role" we have is being an Eternal Child of Heavenly Father. I never thought of it that way. I thought my role was to go to work everyday, that's who I was. It's not. I love the analogies to spiritual blindness. Very appropriate. I know a "blind" person myself and he can see what needs to be done before most seeing people can.
I have power because of Who I belong to, God. He is my Father. Just love this book!