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I bear witness of the reality and power of the Savior’s Atonement to cleanse, purify, and make us and our homes holy.
With our Savior’s help, we can love His precious sheep and minister to them as He would.
When you pray, are you really praying or just saying prayers?
There is too much at stake for us as individuals, as families, and as Christ’s Church to give only a halfhearted effort to this sacred work.
When we choose to believe, exercise faith unto repentance, and follow our Savior, Jesus Christ, we open our spiritual eyes to splendors we can scarcely imagine.
As a bearer of God’s priesthood and as a disciple of Jesus Christ, you are a bearer of light.
Those who find a way to truly behold the Man find the doorway to life’s greatest joys and the balm to life’s most demanding despairs.
We achieve the abundant life by becoming true disciples of Jesus Christ—by following in His ways and engaging in His work.
Living according to the basic gospel principles will bring power, strength, and spiritual self-reliance into the lives of all Latter-day Saints.
We invite all of God’s children throughout the world to join us in this great endeavor.
Regardless of your circumstances, your personal history, or the strength of your testimony, there is room for you in this Church.
The lessons we learn from patience will cultivate our character, lift our lives, and heighten our happiness.
We need an ongoing, daily infusion of heavenly light. We need “times of refreshing.” Times of personal restoration.
True religion should not originate from what pleases men or the traditions of ancestors, but rather from what pleases God, our Eternal Father.
It is my prayer and blessing that you will never forget that you are truly precious daughters in God’s kingdom.
I would like to suggest four titles … that may help us recognize our individual roles in God’s eternal plan and our potential as priesthood holders.
President Uchtdorf encourages sisters to live in faith, search diligently, walk in righteousness, and seek God with all their hearts.
I count Joseph Smith among those whose testimony of Christ helped me to develop my own testimony of the Savior.
Dieter F. Uchtdorf teaches that God’s grace is available to all whose hearts are broken and whose spirits are contrite.
Let us listen to the prophets of our days as they help us to focus on the things that are central to the Creator’s plan.
Elder Uchtdorf teaches us to have hope, not be discouraged, and see the ways in which God is among us.
Have we not reason to be filled with gratitude, regardless of the circumstances in which we find ourselves?
God’s greatest reward goes to those who serve without expectation of reward.
Our birthright—and the purpose of our great voyage on this earth—is to seek and experience eternal happiness.
This is a joyful religion, one of hope, strength, and deliverance.
Just as the Good Shepherd finds His lost sheep, if you will only lift up your heart to the Savior of the world, He will find you.
As we seek to increase our love for God and strive to love our neighbor, the light of the gospel will surround and uplift us.
As we emulate the Savior’s love, He will surely bless and prosper our righteous efforts to save our marriages and strengthen our families.
Hope in God, His goodness, and His power refreshes us with courage during difficult challenges.
Help your children build faith in Jesus Christ, love His gospel and His Church, and prepare for a lifetime of righteous choices.
Elder Uchtdorf teaches that Jesus Christ is the best guide for making choices. He also introduces the new For the Strength of Youth guide.
Put your trust in Jesus Christ. He will lead you the right way. He is your strength.
Let us embrace and understand the wonder and privilege of the priesthood. Let us accept and love the responsibilities we are asked to fulfill.
It is my hope that those who have strayed from the path of discipleship will see with their hearts and learn from Alma and Amulek.
Every priesthood holder stands at a unique place and has an important task that only he can perform.
Trust in the saving power of Jesus Christ; keep His laws and commandments. In other words—live the gospel joyful.
We must put aside our pride, see beyond our vanity, and in humility ask, “Lord, is it I?”
Love is the measure of our faith, the inspiration for our obedience, and the true altitude of our discipleship.
The difference between happiness and misery … often comes down to an error of only a few degrees.
When our hearts are filled with the love of God, we become “kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving.”
Wherever you are on this earth, there are plenty of opportunities to share the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We are surrounded by such an astonishing wealth of light and truth that I wonder if we truly appreciate what we have.
The more we devote ourselves to the pursuit of holiness and happiness, the less likely we will be on a path to regrets.
If life and its rushed pace and many stresses have made it difficult for you to feel like rejoicing, then perhaps now is a good time to refocus on what matters most.
Dieter F. Uchtdorf teaches priesthood holders the importance of humble, genuine discipleship.
With … tender feelings of gratitude for all who have influenced my life in past years, I commit myself to the future.
Elder Uchtdorf teaches that we can offer our whole souls to the Savior through sacrifice and consecration.
Let us set aside our fears and live instead with joy, humility, hope, and a bold confidence that the Lord is with us.
The gift of the Atonement of Jesus Christ provides us at all times and at all places with the blessings of repentance and forgiveness.
Our firm personal testimony will motivate us to change ourselves and then bless the world.
Pride is a switch that turns off priesthood power. Humility is a switch that turns it on.
Though choices may have taken you far from the Savior and His Church, the Master Healer stands at the road that leads home, welcoming you.
The welfare principles of the Church are not simply good ideas; they are revealed truths from God—they are His way of helping the needy.
Footage provided by ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser u0026 L.L. Christensen) Image provided by ESA/Hubble u0026 NASA Stock media provided by U8/Pond5.com
If you trust the Lord and obey Him, … He will help you achieve the great potential He sees in you.
As you walk along your own bright path of discipleship, I pray that faith will fortify every footstep along your way.
We are responsible for our own discipleship, and it has little—if anything—to do with the way others treat us.
It is often in the trial of adversity that we learn those most critical lessons that form our character and shape our destiny.
Those who diligently seek to learn of Christ eventually will come to know Him.
Now is the time to embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ, become His disciples, and walk in His way.
Understanding the why of the gospel and the why of the priesthood will help us to see the divine purpose of all of this.
Turn your soul toward the light. Begin your own wonderful journey home. As you do so, your life will be better, happier, and more purposeful.
As disciples of Jesus Christ, our Master, we are called to support and heal rather than condemn.
As long as we are willing to rise up again and continue on the path, … we can learn something from failure and become better and happier.
The Lord uses a scale very different from the world’s to weigh the worth of a soul.
The Savior invites us, each day, to set aside our comforts and securities and join Him on the journey of discipleship.
Heavenly Father offers to you the greatest gift of all—eternal life—and the opportunity and infinite blessing of your own “happily ever after.”
As you read the scriptures and listen to the words of the prophets with all your heart and mind, the Lord will tell you how to live up to your priesthood privileges.
As you joyfully use the map your loving Father has provided for your journey, it will lead you to holy places and you will rise to your supernal potential.
A gentle video montage of women around the world engaging in varied circumstances of service, challenge, and connection.
A video presentation shown during the 192nd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 2-3, 2022. This video includes teachings about women from President Nelson and President Kimball.