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We want to come unto Christ because it is only in Him and through Him that we can return to the Father.
By the gift and power of the Holy Ghost, you can be guided in your trip through life.
The Lord invites us to come out of the cold danger of worldliness and into the warmth of His light.
Develop the divinity that is within you. Don’t dull the brightness of the spirit you came with from heaven. The Lord needs your goodness and your influence in this world.
Daughters of God know that it is the nurturing nature of women that can bring everlasting blessings, and they live to cultivate this divine attribute.
You have all you need to stand strong and firm and true because you have the Lord on your side.
Heavenly Father has a plan for His children and … families are the central part of that plan.
A woman of faith trusts God. … She knows of His interest in her life. She knows that He knows her. She loves His words and drinks deeply of that living water.
Faith will help us to safely climb the gospel path, overcome every challenge of mortality, and return to the majestic presence of our Heavenly Father.
Just like a fish needs water, you need the gospel and the companionship of the Holy Ghost to be truly, deeply happy.
My invitation today is simple: share the gospel. Be you and hold up the light.
The promise of complete and perfect forgiveness is made to everyone—in and through the infinite Atonement of Jesus Christ.
I don’t know if anything in this world could bring more happiness and joy than to know that our children know the Savior.
Let us go forward in faith, confidence, and virtue, serving with Christ to help save our families and all of our Heavenly Father’s children.
Whatever questions or problems you have, the answer is always found in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
All missionaries, younger and older, serve with the sole hope of making life better for other people.
Every Latter-day Saint may merit personal revelation.
Whether full-time missionaries or members, we should all be good examples of the believers in Jesus Christ.
I leave my love and blessing upon you, that you may feast upon the word of the Lord and apply His teachings in your personal lives.
Peace is a prime priority that pleads for our pursuit.
In a most miraculous and singular way, the Book of Mormon teaches us of Jesus Christ and His gospel.
I thank God and His Son, Jesus Christ, for the Restoration and its power to propel a magnificent wave of truth and righteousness across the earth.
[The] proclamation on the family helps us realize that celestial marriage brings greater possibilities for happiness than does any other relationship.
President Nelson testifies of the power of faith in Jesus Christ to help us overcome life’s challenges. He suggests five ways to develop stronger faith.
May we dedicate and rededicate our lives to serving God and His children—on both sides of the veil.
Individual worthiness requires a total conversion of mind and heart to be more like the Lord.
This address was given at the 1993 Parliament of the World’s Religions, Chicago, Illinois, 2 September 1993.
Jesus Christ invites us to take the covenant path back home to our Heavenly Parents and be with those we love.
Jesus Christ directed us to call the Church by His name because it is His Church, filled with His power.
When we realize that we are children of the covenant, we know who we are and what God expects of us.
President Nelson talks about the reopening of temples and announces plans to construct new temples.
Grand as it is, planet Earth is part of something even grander—that great plan of God. Simply summarized, the earth was created that families might be.
The wise use of your freedom to make your own decisions is crucial to your spiritual growth, now and for eternity.
The gospel of Jesus Christ is filled with His power, which is available to every earnestly seeking daughter or son of God.
[The] responsibility to endure is uniquely yours. But you are never alone. I testify that the lifting power of the Lord can be yours.
Truth, covenants, and ordinances enable us to overcome fear and face the future with faith!
President Nelson teaches about the importance of temples and announces plans to build more temples.
I promise that increased time in the temple will bless your life in ways nothing else can.
We help to gather the elect of the Lord on both sides of the veil.
Our inborn yearnings for family connections are fulfilled when we are linked to our ancestors through sacred ordinances of the temple.
I bless you with peace and increasing faith in the Lord.
Our Father knows that when we are surrounded by uncertainty and fear, what will help us the very most is to hear His Son.
President Russel M. Nelson leads a Hosanna Shout in the April 2020 General Conference.
The foundation of one’s individual faith, if anchored firmly to eternal truth, allows each of us to reach upward with an eternal perspective.
We announce a significant restructuring of our Melchizedek Priesthood quorums to accomplish the work of the Lord more effectively.
Faith, repentance, baptism, a testimony, and enduring conversion lead to the healing power of the Lord.
When the focus of our lives is on Jesus Christ and His gospel, we can feel joy regardless of what is happening—or not happening—in our lives.
Our prayers follow patterns and teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. He taught us how to pray.
Your desire to obey will be enhanced as you remember and reflect upon what you have felt these past two days.
Day after day, on your path toward your eternal destiny, increase your faith. Proclaim your faith! Let your faith show!
We all need guidance through life. We obtain it best from the standard works and teachings of the prophets of God.
I plead with you today to counter the lure of the world by making time for the Lord in your life—each and every day.
We will implement a newer, holier approach to caring for and ministering to others.
We will minister in His name, with His power and authority, and with His loving kindness.
A new era of family history work has arrived.
President Russell M. Nelson speaks at the 192nd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 2-3, 2022.
President Nelson teaches that now is the time to live the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Now is the time to prepare to meet God. Tomorrow may be too late.
Marriages would be happier if nurtured more carefully.
We are to seek, in every way we can, to hear Jesus Christ, who speaks to us through the power and ministering of the Holy Ghost.
It is time for a home-centered Church, supported by what takes place inside our branch, ward, and stake buildings.
Let us put our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ into action!
Thank the Lord for these sisters who—like our Heavenly Father—love us not only for what we are but for what we may become.
President Nelson testifies that we can overcome the world and find rest, by the power of Jesus Christ, which we access through our covenants.
Find rest from the intensity, uncertainty, and anguish of this world by overcoming the world through your covenants with God.
You have your agency to choose contention or reconciliation. I urge you to choose to be a peacemaker, now and always.
Those who enter the temple are also to bear the attribute of holiness. … We can acquire holiness only by enduring and persistent personal effort.
When ordained to an office in the priesthood, you are granted authority. But power comes from exercising that authority in righteousness.
President Nelson shares five ways we can create spiritual momentum: make and keep covenants, repent, learn about God, seek miracles, and end conflict.
President Nelson teaches that we must stand in holy places and share the gospel with the world.
Are we willing to pray, fast, study, seek, worship, and serve as men of God so we can have priesthood power?
Please make this conference a time of feasting on messages from the Lord through His servants.
A repentant soul is a converted soul, and a converted soul is a repentant soul.
In coming days, it will not be possible to survive spiritually without the guiding, directing, comforting, and constant influence of the Holy Ghost.
Simply summarized, life’s greatest blessings will come to us if our love of Jesus Christ is rooted deeply in our hearts.
Russell M. Nelson teaches how we can make the Sabbath a delight through strengthening family ties, doing family history work, and serving others.
In God’s eternal plan, salvation is an individual matter; exaltation is a family matter.
Scriptures of the Restoration do not compete with the Bible; they complement the Bible.
Our greatest joy comes as we help our brothers and sisters.
I express gratitude for our senior missionaries. They are young in spirit, wise, and willing to work.
Our family is the focus of our greatest work and joy in this life; so will it be throughout all eternity.
I’m extending a prophetic plea to you, the women of the Church, to shape the future by helping to gather scattered Israel.
We need an example—someone to show us how spiritual capacity can be developed. I have selected as a model … President Gordon B. Hinckley.
As you exercise faith in the Lord and His priesthood power, your ability to draw upon this spiritual treasure that the Lord has made available will increase.
We should pray in accord with the will of our Heavenly Father. He wants to test us, to strengthen us, and to help us achieve our full potential.
Whenever any kind of upheaval occurs in your life, the safest place to be spiritually is living inside your temple covenants!
When you read the Book of Mormon, concentrate on the principal figure in the book—from its first chapter to the last—the Lord Jesus Christ.
How much better it would be if all could be more aware of God’s providence and love and express that gratitude to Him.
Your choices will determine where you will live throughout eternity, the kind of body with which you will be resurrected, and those with whom you will live forever.
Who are we? We are children of God. Our potential is unlimited. Our inheritance is sacred.
Make your focus on daily repentance so integral to your life that you can exercise the priesthood with greater power than ever before.
President Nelson welcomes us to general conference, notes how the Lord is hastening His work, and invites us to remove debris from our lives so that we can be more worthy.
President Nelson affirms the Lord’s teachings about abuse and testifies that God is the source of all truth.
God is the source of all truth. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints embraces all truth that God conveys to His children.
If you look at your life prayerfully, I believe you will see many ways in which the Lord has been guiding you through this time of hardship.
The adjustments we will now announce are intended to help young men and young women develop their sacred personal potential.
Genealogies, family stories, historical accounts, and traditions … form a bridge between past and future and bind generations together in ways that no other keepsake can.
Our ability to seek, recognize, and reverence the holy above the profane, and the sacred above the secular, defines our spirituality.
There is an expanding gulf between the standards of the world and those of the gospel and kingdom of God, and … living prophets will always teach the standards of God.
Let us quietly and resolutely press forward to the Savior, having faith that He cares about us and has the power to heal and save us.
One of our most sacred responsibilities is to help our children come to know deeply and specifically that Jesus is the Christ.
Brother Newman reiterates the importances of teaching like the Savior in the Church and in our homes.
We each must develop and carry out our own personal game plan to serve with enthusiasm alongside the full-time missionaries.
Elder Nielsen reminds us that we can take courage in the thought that we have been sent here by Heavenly Father at this decisive time in history in order to fulfill His purposes.
There is no greater call than teaching “all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.”
The Savior’s healing power is not just His ability to heal our bodies but, perhaps even more important, His ability to heal our hearts.
Brent H. Nielson shares a personal story about how to include, love, and wait for others who have lost their faith.