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Elder Eddy invites us to “try the virtue of the word of God” and “drink deeply” from the scriptures.
There is virtue in the words of ancient and modern prophets precisely because their words are the Lord’s words.
A true man is strong enough to withstand the wiles of Satan and humble enough to submit himself to the redemptive powers of the Savior.
The real issue is not how others define us but how the Savior defines us.
The strength of the Church is in the millions of humble members striving every day to do the will of the Savior.
The ward is organized to minister to the needs of those who face even the most difficult and heartbreaking trials.
Choose faith over doubt, choose faith over fear, choose faith over the unknown and the unseen, and choose faith over pessimism.
Out of our adversity we might seek our greatest triumphs, and the day may well come that from our challenges we will understand the familiar words “for thy good.”
Saving souls is the work the Savior has called all of us to do.
Will we listen to Satan, the author of all lies … ? Or are we going to believe a loving Heavenly Father, who is the source of all truth and happiness?
It is a still, small voice and a throbbing heart that testifies of the miracle of the Restoration.
We now call upon you to mobilize our priesthood quorums in response to the employment and financial challenges facing our members.
When we are true to the sacred principles of honesty and integrity, we are true to our faith, and we are true to ourselves.
We can learn spiritual lessons if we can approach suffering, sorrow, or grief with a focus on Christ.
Regardless of the issue, hard can be good for those who will move forward with faith and trust the Lord and His plan.
Each of us will one day stand before God and give an accounting of our priesthood service.
The Lord’s way is that we hearken to our leaders’ teachings, understand correct principles, and govern ourselves.
Cheryl A. Esplin teaches the importance of filling our lives with the light and truth of the gospel.
True Christlike service is selfless and focuses on others.
The Spirit heals and renews our souls. The promised blessing of the sacrament is that we will “always have his Spirit to be with [us].”
Teaching our children to understand is more than just imparting information. It’s helping our children get the doctrine into their hearts.
If you feel that the beacon of your testimony is sputtering and darkness is closing in, take courage. Keep your promises to God.
Small efforts collectively make a big impact, magnifying the many individual things we do as disciples of Jesus Christ.
The prophets are calling on us, my sisters. Will you be righteous? Will you articulate your faith? Will you turn on your light?
Each of us has a personal responsibility to do what is necessary to obtain and keep a strong testimony.
The work of naturally and normally sharing the gospel with those we care about and love will be the work and joy of our lives.
Come and be part of the greatest generation of missionaries the world has ever known.
This article states that the Book of Mormon is not a substitute but a supplement for the Bible, and a sacred record preserved by prophets of ancient America.
Richard L. Evans - We all make choices every day. We all have to live with the results of the choices we make.
This article discusses the idea that, “The eternal purposes of the Lord shall roll on, until all his promises shall be fulfilled” (Mormon 8:22). In making choices do not be deceived. Trust in the laws of God upon which you can rely.
We are to learn our duty from the Lord, and then we are to act in all diligence, never being lazy or slothful.
I bear you my testimony that God the Father lives. He set a course for each of us that can polish and perfect us to be with Him.
Our natures must be changed to become as a child to gain the strength we must have to be safe in the times of moral peril.
The preparation that counts will be made by the young men making choices to rise to their great destiny as priesthood servants for God.
I pray that we may prepare ourselves to give whatever priesthood service the Lord may set before us on our mortal journey.
President Eyring teaches priesthood holders that the purpose for their receiving the priesthood is to bless people on the Lord’s behalf and in His name, magnifying their callings with love and diligence.
You will be strengthened and yet inspired to know the limits and extent of your ability to serve.
The Lord trusts His true disciples. He sends prepared people to His prepared servants.
By His words and His example, Christ has shown us how to draw closer to Him.
Henry B. Eyring describes how our baptismal covenant inspires us to extend the Savior’s compassion to those who are carrying life’s heavy burdens.
Human judgment and logical thinking will not be enough to get answers to the questions that matter most in life. We need revelation from God.
Becoming a covenant woman in partnership with God is how great and good daughters of God have always mothered, led, and ministered.
The path … we must take on our journey back to our Heavenly Father … is marked by sacred covenants with God.
However difficult our circumstances, we can repent.
The history of Relief Society is recorded in words and numbers, but the heritage is passed heart to heart.
The Prophet Joseph is an example and a teacher of enduring well in faith. … I thank and love him as the Lord’s prophet of the Restoration.
Our priesthood obligation is to put our families and the families of those around us at the center of our concern.
We have to know by inspiration that the priesthood keys are held by those who lead and serve us. That requires the witness of the Spirit.
Go forward in faith in keeping your covenants with God and so claim the promise He has made to you with an oath.
Faith in Jesus Christ is the key to receiving revelations of truth.
There is nothing that has come or will come into your family as important as the sealing blessings.
The Lord tells us that when we stand with faith upon His rock, doubt and fear are diminished; the desire to do good increases.
The Saints of God have always been under covenant to nourish each other spiritually, especially those tender in the gospel.
I pray that you may find peace, help many others to find it, and pass it along.
God the Father wants His children home again, in families and in glory.
The message may come in words to your mind or in a feeling or both. But it will … give you assurance and guidance in what you must do.
For Latter-day Saints, the Sabbath is a day of gratitude and love.
The Lord is leading the Restoration of His gospel and His Church. He knows the future perfectly. He invites you to the work.
When you were baptized, your ancestors looked down on you with hope. … They rejoiced to see one of their descendants make a covenant to find them.
With your guidance, those you lead will be able to see, want, and believe they can achieve their full potential for service in God’s kingdom.
We help God’s children best by providing ways to build faith in Jesus Christ and His restored gospel when they are young.
I pray with all my heart that you will hear the voice of the Spirit, which is sent to you so generously.
Greater happiness comes from greater personal holiness.
You will find some of your greatest joys in your efforts to make your home a place of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and a place that is permeated with love.
President Eyring testifies of the spiritual blessings that come to those who serve in the temple.
We need strength beyond ourselves to keep the commandments in whatever circumstance life brings to us.
We receive the Holy Spirit best when we are focused on serving others. That is why we have the priesthood responsibility to serve for the Savior.
Henry B. Eyring teaches about the temporal and spiritual blessings of fasting and fast offerings.
If you will be diligent and obedient in the priesthood, treasures of spiritual knowledge will be poured out upon you.
President Eyring shows how his mother and the prophet Mormon encouraged their posterity to qualify for eternal life through all the trials of mortality.
Testimony requires the nurturing by the prayer of faith, the hungering for the word of God in the scriptures, and the obedience to the truth.
The Lord’s leadership of His Church requires great and steady faith from all who serve Him on earth.
A feeling of responsibility for others is at the heart of faithful priesthood service.
If we have faith in Jesus Christ, the hardest as well as the easiest times in life can be a blessing.
The Lord promised peace to His disciples as He was about to leave them. He has made the same promise to us.
“O remember, remember,” Book of Mormon prophets often implored.1 My point is to urge you to find ways to recognize and remember God’s kindness.
Our power to carry burdens can be increased more than enough to compensate for the increased service we will be asked to give.
The Lord’s way to help those in temporal need requires people who out of love have consecrated themselves and what they have to God and to His work.
The Saints can accomplish any purpose of the Lord when fully united in righteousness.
The message of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ is that we can and must expect to become better as long as we live.
By raising your hand to sustain, you make a promise with God, whose servants these are, that you will sustain them.
We can teach even a child to understand the doctrine of Jesus Christ. It is therefore possible, with God’s help, to teach the saving doctrine simply.
With … faith, we will be able to pray for what we want and appreciate whatever we get. Only with that faith will we pray with the diligence God requires.
As we pray in faith, we become a vital part in the Lord’s work as He prepares the world for His Second Coming.
Don’t worry about how inexperienced you are or think you are, but think about what, with the Lord’s help, you can become.
In priesthood preparation, “show me” counts more than “tell me.”
When you choose whether to make or keep a covenant with God, you choose whether you will leave an inheritance of hope to those who might follow your example.
Henry B. Eyring teaches priesthood holders that as they humbly pray and seek the Spirit, God will help them know what to say and do.
You can be a great model, an average one, or a bad model. You may think it doesn’t matter to you, but it does to the Lord.
The strength of a quorum comes in large measure from how completely its members are united in righteousness.
The Lord will guide you by revelation just as He called you. You must ask in faith for revelation to know what you are to do.
Let us do whatever is required to qualify for the Holy Ghost as our companion.
The great test of life is to see whether we will hearken to and obey God’s commands in the midst of the storms of life.
President Eyring teaches that we can remain steady in the storms of life by relying on the Savior and becoming as a child.
I pray that we will rise to our call to lift others to prepare them for their glorious service.
The Savior of the world spoke of that unity and how we will have our natures changed to make it possible.
All of us will need His help to avoid the tragedy of procrastinating what we must do here and now to have eternal life.
There is one overarching commandment that will help us to meet the challenges and lead to the heart of a happy family life.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is true, and it lives on.
All of us will be tested. And all of us need true friends to love us, to listen to us, to show us the way, and to testify of truth to us.
You show your trust in Him when you listen with the intent to learn and repent and then you go and do whatever He asks.
We grow closer to the Savior as we, out of pure love, serve others for Him.
The Savior is putting His name in your hearts. And you are feeling the pure love of Christ for others and for yourself.
Our ability to touch others with our warning voice matters to all who are covenant disciples of Jesus Christ.
You make choices every day and almost every hour that keep you walking in the light or moving away toward darkness.
Our ordination to the priesthood is an invitation from the Lord to walk with Him, to do what He does, to serve the way He serves.
The Savior will let you feel the love He feels for those you serve. The call is an invitation to become like Him.
As you watch over His sheep, your love for Him will grow. And that will increase your confidence and your courage.
I pray that wherever we are and whatever duties we have in the priesthood of God, we will be united in the cause to bring the gospel to all the world.
The pavilion that seems to intercept divine aid does not cover God but occasionally covers us. God is never hidden, yet sometimes we are.
If you listen with the Spirit, you will find your heart softened, your faith strengthened, and your capacity to love the Lord increased.
The Book of Mormon is the best guide to learn how well we are doing and how to do better.
The Savior is your perfect example of how you will play a major part in His move to place greater emphasis on gospel learning in the home.
Prayer can provide the shield of protection the parent will want so much for [a child] to have.