Freedom to choose does not always equate to freedom. We can choose much that will bind us.
One of the speakers gave some historical things about the United States. He also talked about Joseph Smith prophesying in 1832 about the coming of the civil war (D&C 87).
The speaker was from Tennessee. He said that has seen evidence while living there that progress had been stunted by the role of Tennessee in the Civil War or more specifically the trading of human life. He said that seems to be true in much of the South. I don't know much about the South, but this was an observation he made.
The teacher had one of the men in the ward sing Love One Another to give us the impact of the scripture.
Christ instituted the sacrament since he knew that he was going to be leaving his apostles soon. He did this right before he had done the things that are the things the symbols represent.
Those who serve are the greatest and all should be serving and all should be great. When Christ served he always gave the glory to the Father.
Christ also taught the apostles to receive service and to receive it with humility.
We covered the ward goal again of praying twice a day. We talked about praying and also working toward those things we pray for.
What happened with you this week at church?