October 30, 2011

Lesson 41 - Being Dependable

Being A Dependable Person 
Dependable: an adjective meaning to be capable of being depended on, worthy of trust, reliable, to rely on for support, maintenance, and help. 
Reliable: an adjective meaning to be relied on or trusted to accomplish or perform, to depend on confidently, to put trust in their accuracy, judgment, character and honesty.
Some of the characteristics of a dependable person: reliable, trustworthy, responsible, diligent, trusted, steadfast, faithful, authentic, consistent, and confident. 
How are dependability and integrity related? 
Personal Progress
Integrity Value Experience 4: Look up the word integrity in a dictionary. Interview your mother, grandmother, or another woman you respect about her understanding and application of the word. Make a list of ways you can make your actions consistent with your knowledge of right and wrong, and record in your journal what it means to you to have integrity. 
Integrity Value Experience 5: Learn about standing as a witness. Read Mosiah 18:9. Then record in your journal how you can personally “stand as [a witness] of God at all times and in all things, and in all places.” Choose a personal behavior that you need to improve so you can be a better example. Develop integrity in your life as you practice your new behavior for three weeks. Record your progress in your journal.

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