Final Gift

D&C 88:33 For what doth it profit a man if a gift is bestowed upon him, and he receive not the gift? Behold, he rejoices not in that which is given unto him, neither rejoices in him who is the giver of the gift.

For Christmas this year I bought each of my children a 4 in 1 with their names engraved on the front. As I have gotten older I have found that the material things, the things of this world have little value to me.

It is the spiritual things that I deem valuable. These are the things I hold most dear.

I won’t be here at Christmas but I imagine that when they each open the final gift I give them, there will be some that will scratch their heads and say that mom had lost her mind, or wonder what was I thinking.

I imagine someone saying, “But I wanted a Maserati!” Some might say or think, “I don’t want this junk!” I imagine there might be a few that looks at it and sees the value in it.

Whatever each person deems it to be will be what they each value most in life. I wanted them to have the things that I hold dear and that alone has some value.

As a method to my madness, I had their names engraven on each one so that none of them can pawn them off saying, “It’s not mine!” *evil laugh*


  1. Bethlyn Robison says:

    What a wonderful gift to give your children!❤


    1. Thank you. I hope you feel that way too.


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