This week on social: President Eyring promises that because of Christ’s Atonement all may find peace

President Johnson expresses love for her family, and Elder Bednar says ‘thoughts and actions align with the things that matter most’ when covenants are honored

President Henry B. Eyring, second counselor in the First Presidency, promised peace because of the Savior’s Atonement. He tweeted on May 10, “The Savior has promised each of us peace in this life.”

He was one of several leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to share on social media this week.

Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson shared that while she and her husband raised their three sons, she was employed outside of the home. On May 7, she said on Instagram, “My family is my treasure, and my heart was always there.”

On May 7, Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posted a video and testified of covenants. “As we focus on and honor the sacred covenants we make in the house of the Lord, our thoughts and actions align with the things that matter most — the truths of our Father’s plan of happiness and gratitude for the redeeming role of the Lord Jesus Christ,” he tweeted.

On Facebook, Sister Amy A. Wright, first counselor in the Primary general presidency, shared a video on May 8 of her future daughter-in-law singing at her master’s recital. “What a tender thing it is to ponder that a loving and living God would bless all of us with individual, unique, tailor-made gifts that enable us to be instruments in His hands as we lift, love and heal,” she wrote.

Brother Milton Camargo, first counselor in the Sunday School general presidency, posted on Instagram on May 11 about the week’s “Come, Follow Me” lesson. He asked what others have learned from the lesson.

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