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Whether you are dealing with wayward children, an estranged spouse, or other strained relationships in your family, you will benefit from this inspiring talk by popular speaker and author Dr. John L. Lund. Using powerful stories, gospel principles, and experiences from more than forty years as a counselor, Dr. Lund shares practical ways to overcome frustrations in our inte Whether you are dealing with wayward children, an estranged spouse, or other strained relationships in your family, you will benefit from this inspiring talk by popular speaker and author Dr. John L. Lund. Using powerful stories, gospel principles, and experiences from more than forty years as a counselor, Dr. Lund shares practical ways to overcome frustrations in our interpersonal relationships. He says that rather than express our criticism to our loved ones, we need to show them acceptance, affection, and appreciation. People generally don't lack knowledge of what they are doing wrong, they lack motivation to change, he points out. That motivation can come from your love. Dr. Lund teaches the five principles of divine intervention that the Lord can use to help us to deal with our problems. He teaches that rather than assuming the responsibility of being the change agent in the lives of those we love the very most, we should use a more efficient approach: take our love to them and our frustrations to the Lord.


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Whether you are dealing with wayward children, an estranged spouse, or other strained relationships in your family, you will benefit from this inspiring talk by popular speaker and author Dr. John L. Lund. Using powerful stories, gospel principles, and experiences from more than forty years as a counselor, Dr. Lund shares practical ways to overcome frustrations in our inte Whether you are dealing with wayward children, an estranged spouse, or other strained relationships in your family, you will benefit from this inspiring talk by popular speaker and author Dr. John L. Lund. Using powerful stories, gospel principles, and experiences from more than forty years as a counselor, Dr. Lund shares practical ways to overcome frustrations in our interpersonal relationships. He says that rather than express our criticism to our loved ones, we need to show them acceptance, affection, and appreciation. People generally don't lack knowledge of what they are doing wrong, they lack motivation to change, he points out. That motivation can come from your love. Dr. Lund teaches the five principles of divine intervention that the Lord can use to help us to deal with our problems. He teaches that rather than assuming the responsibility of being the change agent in the lives of those we love the very most, we should use a more efficient approach: take our love to them and our frustrations to the Lord.

30 review for Take Your Love to Your Family and Your Frustrations to the Lord

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mindy Smith

    Holy moly! This talk might just be a turning point for me in my parenting. I NEED to do this! My children and family know what they are doing wrong. They don’t need me to tell them. What they need is my LOVE! Whatever I may feel like I want to say to my children, I need to instead take it directly to the Lord. And call upon him in prayer. Then just love my children.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Plowman

    Brother Lund was one of my favorite instructors at the U. of U. Institute of Religion, and I took multiple classes with him. Reading this book is like being back in his classroom and remembering all of the wonderful counsel he gave, now with the added perspective of being married and seeing how much wisdom is contained in these chapters for couples.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Vanina Jepperson

    Listened to this one on my run. This is a short book/talk on very much what the title states, learning to love our family better, being less critical and more supportive, and instead turning our frustrations to the Lord. Per Dr. Lund, "Everything that you would say to that person (in frustration), say it to the Lord... in a mighty humble prayer. And then you may understand the concept of 'I did cry unto the Lord.'" I feel like I am just discovering John L. Lund and so far, I'm loving his advice Listened to this one on my run. This is a short book/talk on very much what the title states, learning to love our family better, being less critical and more supportive, and instead turning our frustrations to the Lord. Per Dr. Lund, "Everything that you would say to that person (in frustration), say it to the Lord... in a mighty humble prayer. And then you may understand the concept of 'I did cry unto the Lord.'" I feel like I am just discovering John L. Lund and so far, I'm loving his advice on ways to strengthen marriages and families. He's great with his insights and has a great sense of humor, and I'm sure I will be reading and listening to more of his stuff in coming weeks and months.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    I have read other books by this author and have learned many things about actions and changes of heart I can make that will improve the relationships I have with those closest and dearest to me. This book supported the previous reading I've done by these authors. It was worth the time to read and ponder on the principles taught. I have read other books by this author and have learned many things about actions and changes of heart I can make that will improve the relationships I have with those closest and dearest to me. This book supported the previous reading I've done by these authors. It was worth the time to read and ponder on the principles taught.

  5. 4 out of 5

    NaDell

    Thoughtful insight and questions throughout the book that guide you to think more about how you treat your family and relating our family experiences to those in the scriptures. This book talks about how to pray more as a conversation and how to take our frustrations to the Lord and our love to our family. Applicable in every life and helps to create more meaningful relationships.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hunter Olson

    Everyone needs this to learn and live what Lund teaches in this talk. everyone needs their loved ones to learn and live what is discussed on this CD. No one is ever criticized into changing. But when loved and supported by those closest anyone can improve and/or live a happy life returning love and support to those near them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Liz Kazandzhy

    A very short audiobook/talk that was worth the read. It's a simple concept really (the title of the book pretty much sums it up), but it's powerful. I liked the idea of not just ignoring your frustrations as you seek to show your children love, but instead pouring your heart out to the Lord and asking Him for help. A very short audiobook/talk that was worth the read. It's a simple concept really (the title of the book pretty much sums it up), but it's powerful. I liked the idea of not just ignoring your frustrations as you seek to show your children love, but instead pouring your heart out to the Lord and asking Him for help.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Annie M.

    Wow. I have needed this book my whole life. Excellent advice giving lovingly and in a manner consistent with the teachings of Jesus Christ. If we could all lovingly interact with our families, and others, this world would be a much better place. I think I may even re-read this again because it was so great.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cami

    I can not recommend this enough. John Lund's talks are fabulous, go listen to them ALL! I can not recommend this enough. John Lund's talks are fabulous, go listen to them ALL!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sansku

    One of the best talks I've ever listened to! Such a powerful talk. Shows you how to truly love your loved ones and everyone around you. <3 One of the best talks I've ever listened to! Such a powerful talk. Shows you how to truly love your loved ones and everyone around you. <3

  11. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This was a great listen in under an hour. The best quote from this for me is, "take our love to them (our family) and our frustrations to the Lord. " This was a great listen in under an hour. The best quote from this for me is, "take our love to them (our family) and our frustrations to the Lord. "

  12. 4 out of 5

    Randy

    Fantastic counsel!!! Poignant example between Brother Lund and his son. Thank you for sharing these ideas.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Susan Jones

    A little repetitious at times, but otherwise some really good advice.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Listened to audiobook which I thoroughly appreciated and followed up with re-reading portions. This will be a book I return to again and again!,

  15. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    I like these messages. They are difficult to implement, but I am going to work on it! (It's a quick listen - only 1 CD.) I like these messages. They are difficult to implement, but I am going to work on it! (It's a quick listen - only 1 CD.)

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    Cathryn

  17. 5 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  21. 5 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

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