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How important it is for fathers and sons to work together on the basics in preparing for a mission.
Elder Gavarret teaches how to obtain, recognize, and maintain a change of heart.
What a tremendous impact we can make in the lives of so many … when we accept the Savior’s invitation to feed His sheep.
The Lord invites us using various verbs: “Come unto me,” “Follow me,” “Walk with me.” In each case it is an invitation to act.
May we faithfully take upon ourselves the name of Jesus Christ—by seeing as He sees, by serving as He served, and by trusting that His grace is sufficient.
We are to give up all our sins, big or small, for the Father’s reward of eternal life.
If there is anything in your life you need to consider, now is the time.
What a great and wonderful plan is the plan of salvation, which … teaches true principles to allow completion of our journey through life.
As you open your mind and heart to feel the Spirit, the Lord in His own time and in His own way will give you the instructions which will bless your life.
We cannot keep one foot in the Church and one foot in the world.
Larry M. Gibson teaches men of the Church about the central importance of their role as fathers, both now and in eternity.
The Lord wants every Aaronic Priesthood holder to invite all to come unto Christ—beginning with his own family.
In the Lord’s timing, it is not where we start but where we are headed that matters most.
The Latter-day Saints must lead out in sanctifying this appointed day each week.
Jesus Christ and His Atonement are the refuge that we all need, regardless of the storms that are battering our lives.
Ordinary men, blessed with the privilege of holding the priesthood of God, may be called upon to do extraordinary tasks and accomplish mighty feats through faith in that sacred power!
If we continue to live as we are living, will the promised blessings be fulfilled?
To receive the witness of the “still small voice” sometimes can have a stronger impact on our testimonies than the visit of an angel.
We all have a “today” to live, and the key to making our day successful is to be willing to sacrifice.
At the heart of the gospel of Jesus Christ and its power to save is a correct understanding of the Father and the Son.
[Our Heavenly] Father’s desire is to provide all of us with the opportunity to receive a fulness of joy, even the fulness that He possesses.
Elder Christoffel Golden teaches that we are getting closer to the Second Coming, a mournful day for the wicked but a day of peace for the righteous.
May we discover anew the divine power of daily prayer, the convincing influence of the Book of Mormon, and true devotion when partaking of the sacrament.
I humbly testify and pray that we will always remember Him—in all times, all things, and all places we may be in.
This is Easter Sunday. I reverently witness and solemnly testify of the living Christ—He who “died, was buried, and rose again the third day.”
To belong with God and to walk with each other on His covenant path is to be blessed by covenant belonging.
Jesus Christ calls us in His voice and His name. He seeks and gathers us. He teaches us how to minister in love.
Elder Gong teaches that as we follow God’s plan for us, we will find eternal joy with our families.
True, enduring joy and eternity with those we love are the very essence of God’s plan of happiness.
At this season of hosanna and hallelujah, sing hallelujah—for He shall reign forever and ever!
Let us reach out and care as our Savior would, especially to those whom we are privileged by love and assignment to minister.
For those who seek, allow, and live for it, the dawn of faith, sometimes gradually, will come or can return.
Elder Gong teaches that the Savior invites us to be good Samaritans who welcome all to His Inn (meaning His Church), where they can find refuge.
An eternal perspective of gospel conversion and temple covenants can help us see rich blessings in each generation of our forever families.
Trust in God and each other brings heaven’s blessings.
Elder Gong invites us to find connection and belonging in God’s family through our family history.
We can become more powerful in blessing the lives of our Heavenly Father’s sons and daughters, more powerful in serving others.
Followers of Christ pattern their lives after the Savior to walk in the light.
One way to come unto Christ is by seeking to learn essential truths with our hearts.
As we come unto Him, God will come to our rescue, whether to heal us or to give us the strength to face any situation.
What are we doing today to engraven in our souls the gospel principles that will uphold us in times of adversity?
Knowledge alone is not enough. We must take time to apply the principles in our lives.
Filled with His love, we can endure pain, quell fear, forgive freely, avoid contention, renew strength, and bless and help others.
While the power of the priesthood is unlimited, our individual power in the priesthood is limited by our degree of righteousness or purity.
God knows you and invites you to know Him.
Jesus Christ gave us the Book of Mormon as the instrument to gather scattered Israel.