Daily Reminder on Dating: #12 out of 14

I, ____________________, commit to living the Lord’s standards for dating word for word as written in For the Strength of Youth until February 15th.

“As you enter adult years, make dating and marriage a high priority. Seek a companion who is worthy to go to the temple to be sealed to you for time and all eternity.” – For the Strength of Youth

(If applicable)

I, ____________________, commit to make dating and marriage a high priority as I enter into my adult years.

(If applicable)

I, ____________________, commit to teaching my children to to make dating and marriage a high priority as they enter into their adult years.


“There are many qualities you will want to look for in a friend or a serious date—to say nothing of a spouse and eternal companion—but surely among the first and most basic of those qualities will be those of care and sensitivity toward others, a minimum of self-centeredness that allows compassion and courtesy to be evident. There are lots of limitations in all of us that we hope our sweethearts will overlook. I suppose no one is as handsome or as beautiful as he or she wishes, or as brilliant in school or as witty in speech or as wealthy as we would like, but in a world of varied talents and fortunes that we can’t always command, I think that makes even more attractive the qualities we can command—such qualities as thoughtfulness, patience, a kind word, and true delight in the accomplishment of another. These cost us nothing, and they can mean everything to the one who receives them.” – How Do I Love Thee? by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

Want to know what exactly you’re committing to? Read the Dating section of For the Strength of Youth: http://forthestrengthofall.com/for-the-strength-of-youth/dating/

Ask yourself, “What can I do to practice virtue and holiness before God continually?” – Referencing Doctrine and Covenants 46:33

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