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The Holy Ghost has the power to bring light and understanding to our lives, but we must pay the price to seek and win His companionship.
Sister Aburto testifies of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and that His Atonement helps us overcome sorrow and find hope.
I testify that “thru cloud and sunshine” the Lord will abide with us, that our “afflictions [can be] swallowed up in the joy of Christ.”
Sister Reyna I. Aburto speaks at the 192nd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 2-3, 2022.
Sister Aburto teaches that the Church of Jesus Christ accomplishes its work through its members.
In order to reach our sublime destiny, we need each other, and we need to be unified.
I invite all who hear me today to read the Book of Mormon and to apply the promise it contains. Those who do will know that the book is true.
Elder Aidukaitis gives guidance for recognizing truth—observing its fruits, experimenting on the word of God, and seeking personal revelation.
Elder Aidukaitis teaches youth that God will richly bless them as they overcome fears and insecurities and serve Him as full-time missionaries.
All must experience and be found by the power of the truths contained in the Book of Mormon.
Patriarchal blessings are … similar to a road map that indicates the paths that may be traveled and destinations that may be reached if we stay within those paths.
Plead for a desire to be filled with the gift of charity, the pure love of Christ.
When love becomes the guiding principle in our care for others, our service to them becomes the gospel in action.
We want you to bless your life and home with the influence and power of Relief Society.
Through our regular monthly visits to our sisters, we can create bonds of love, friendship, and trust.
The temples are sacred, holy places. They are a source of spiritual power and strength. They are a place of revelation.
If we are faithful and endure to the end, we will receive all of Heavenly Father’s blessings, even eternal life and exaltation.
The Savior … gave us a great example about not waiting to administer relief to those who have lost a sense of happiness and joy.
By serving and forgiving others with real love, we can be healed and receive the strength to overcome our own challenges.
As we follow God’s voice and His covenant path, He will strengthen us in our trials.
[The Redeemer’s] sacrifice blessed everyone, from Adam, the first, to the last of all human beings.
Those who serve will strive to ennoble, build, and lift their fellowmen.
Conversion is a personal and spiritual process. Every individual must examine these principles for himself.
As we increase our understanding and love for the Savior, His light will illuminate everything around us. We will then see evil for what it is.
I testify of the great blessing of children and of the happiness they will bring us in this life and in the eternities.
I do know with perfect and certain clarity through the power of the Holy Ghost that Jesus is the Christ, the Beloved Son of God.
Elder Andersen teaches that we can prepare for the Second Coming by making covenants and strengthening our commitment to the Savior.
Seeking to know and love the Savior, we separate ourselves from the world through covenants with God, being distinct, uncommon, and special, without isolating ourselves from others who believe differently.
If we pick and choose what we accept in the proclamation, we cloud our eternal view, putting too much importance on our experience here and now.
Faith in Jesus Christ is a gift from heaven that comes as we choose to believe and as we seek it and hold on to it.
Elder Andersen explains how we can overcome contention with faith in Jesus Christ.
Keep your eyes and your hearts centered on the Savior Jesus Christ and the eternal joy that comes only through Him.
We are witnessing the miracles of the Lord as His gospel is spreading across the world.
Our conviction of the Savior and His latter-day work becomes the powerful lens through which we judge all else.
Jesus Christ chose a holy man, a righteous man, to lead the Restoration of the fulness of His gospel. He chose Joseph Smith.
As you continue to attentively catch hold of the thought of Jesus Christ, I promise you not only heavenly guidance but heavenly power.
When we willingly follow the counsel of the Lord as revealed through His living prophet, especially if it runs counter to our initial thinking, requiring humility and sacrifice, the Lord blesses us with additional spiritual power.
As you choose not to be offended or ashamed, you will feel His love and approval. You will know that you are becoming more like Him.
Overcoming the world is not one defining moment in a lifetime, but a lifetime of moments that define an eternity.
Elder Andersen teaches that God’s spirit children come to earth on their own personal journeys and that we should welcome them, safeguard them, and love them.
A man may open the drapes so the warm sunlight comes into the room, but the man does not own the sun or the light or the warmth it brings.
Your mission will be a sacred opportunity to bring others to Christ and help prepare for the Second Coming of the Savior.
A prophet does not stand between you and the Savior. Rather, he stands beside you and points the way to the Savior.
In modern Israel, serving the Lord means carefully following the Prophets.
The invitation to repent is rarely a voice of chastisement but rather a loving appeal to turn around and to “re-turn” toward God.
Don’t let the whirlwinds drag you down. These are your days—to stand strong as disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.
When personal difficulties or world conditions beyond our control darken our path, the spiritually defining memories from our book of life are like luminous stones that help brighten the road ahead.
A stronger personal faith in Jesus Christ will prepare [your children] for the challenges they will most surely face.
Neil L. Andersen discusses the role Church members have to help build the kingdom of God and prepare for the Second Coming of the Lord.
The windows of heaven open in many ways. Trust in the Lord’s timing; the blessings always come.
Like the intense fire that transforms iron into steel, as we remain faithful during the fiery trial of our faith, we are spiritually refined and strengthened.
I testify that in this conference we have heard the Lord’s voice. The test for each of us is how we respond.
As you love Him, trust Him, believe Him, and follow Him, you will feel His love and approval.
Children today find themselves in many different and complex family configurations. We need to reach out to those who feel alone, left behind, or outside the fence.
I suggest that you stop feeling guilty about any insufficiency you think you have in sharing the gospel. Rather, pray “to stand as [a witness] of God.” This is a much stronger motivation than guilt.
In the crucible of earthly trials, patiently move forward, and the Savior’s healing power will bring you light, understanding, peace, and hope.
The music of the gospel is the joyful spiritual feeling that comes from the Holy Ghost. It brings a change of heart.
I testify that those who keep His commandments will grow in faith and hope. They will be given strength to overcome all of life’s trials.
Joseph Anderson - The thing that is needed more than anything else today is a return to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and in the gospel plan that he gave.
May we follow the counsel and example of the prophet and each day seek out those in need.
Compassion is an attribute of Christ. It is born of love for others and knows no boundaries.
As we study from the best books, we protect ourselves against the menacing jaws of those that seek to gnaw at our spiritual roots.
We must devote our time to the things that matter most.
May each quorum and each one of us individually … follow the example of our Lord and Savior to “take … him that is weak, … that he may become strong also.”
The Lord has provided all of the tools necessary for us to go to the rescue of our less-active and nonmember friends.
Someday each one of us will have to account to our Savior, Jesus Christ, for what we have done with His name.
The doctrine of Christ allows us to access the spiritual power that will lift us from our current spiritual state to a state where we can become perfected.
Each of us has the potential to become like the Father. To do so, we must worship the Father in the name of the Son.
Marvin J. Ashton - It is imperative that there be love, understanding, and acceptance in the home so our youth can learn that only steadfast pursuit of God’s ways will bring a rich, happy life.
Marvin J. Ashton - The field is white, ready for harvest. The lost want to know how to get back. They want to be shown they can get there from where they are. Let us not give up. Let us not tire. Let us not weary.
Wendell J. Ashton - You will know wisdom when you fully realize that the lasting lessons in leadership do not change. They are eternal. They helped make Noah and Abraham and Moses giants in the land, giants in character, in leadership, in bringing men and women closer to God.