Bishop Gerald Causse, first counselor in the Presiding Bishopric, spoke in general conference, reminding members to seek and remember the wonderful things in their daily routines.
Bishop Causse explained that often there are wonderful and miraculous things going on daily, yet people take them for granted. He related his experience of living in Paris for 22 years with his wife and five children without ever visiting the Eiffel Tower with them.
Bishop Causse said members often forget to look for the miraculous. He offered three pieces of advice to help find wonder in what is seemingly mundane: Never tire of discovering or rediscovering the truths of the gospel, anchor faith in plain and simple truths of the gospel and seek and cherish the companionship of the Holy Ghost.
“When we have the Spirit with us, our spiritual senses are sharpened and our memory is kindled so we cannot forget the miracles and signs we have witnessed,” he said.
Bishop Causse concluded his talk by reminding viewers to continually treasure the Savior’s Atonement, “the greatest of all of God’s gifts,” as it provides love and peace in the lives of those who are willing to receive it.