Kyle Williams Devotional - July 5, 2016
From bisle on July 5th, 2016
The BYU-Idaho Devotional speaker for Tuesday, July 5, 2016, shared a message to help students understand what it is to be a disciple of Jesus Christ and to remain worthy of the Spirit. Kyle Williams is the Facilities Management Operations Director at BYU-Idaho. In his devotional talk he said members of the Church, or disciples of Christ, should be high-output, low maintenance. To illustrate the idea he contrasted incandescent light bulbs to LEDs. Incandescent bulbs are low-output, high-maintenance because they easily break, last only about 1,200 hours and have a high energy cost. LEDs, however, are high-output, low maintenance because they are durable, last about 50,000 hours and have a low energy cost.