When we start looking at blessings as if any of us deserve them, I personally think we’re looking at it the wrong way. That’s the beauty of the atonement and I think in a way Alma is an example of that.
Not that I’m the first to say that. Stephen and others mentioned this.]]>
So again my wife “proves” me wrong!]]>
I also believe that blessings are a tool for growth. We are given blessings to help us over come our flaws and imperfections and thus the tide pool for even more blessings.
On a side note: I am fairly certain that God has his own limitations. A set of guidelines and rules that he himself has to work with in. Don’t you sense that Heavenly Father is also on a mission or quest, with the creation of this existance?]]>
But more, what is a real blessing?]]>
But what is a blessing? Lots of things could be considered blessings – things that happen to all of us. The sunshine can be a blessing, as can the rain. And even frogs.]]>
I even think He must be obedient to the laws He created, or has made Himself subject to.
That’s why I made my original question.]]>