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Those who hold the Aaronic Priesthood open the door for all Church members who worthily partake of the sacrament to enjoy the companionship of the Spirit of the Lord and the ministering of angels.
The priesthood needs to be exercised to accomplish any good. You are called to “arise and shine forth,” not to hide your light in darkness.
For the fruit of the gospel to blossom and bless our lives, we must be firmly attached to Him, the Savior of us all.
God’s love is infinite and it will endure forever, but what it means for each of us depends on how we respond to His love.
Our daily question must be, “Do my actions place me in the Lord’s or in the enemy’s territory?”
Christ has the power to bring us into loving fellowship with the Father and with one another.
Most blessings that God desires to give us require action on our part—action based on our faith in Jesus Christ.
The abundant life is within our reach if only we will drink deeply of living water, fill our hearts with love, and create of our lives a masterpiece.
Our testimonies have been strengthened. I believe we are all the more determined to live the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We are to learn our duty from the Lord, and then we are to act in all diligence, never being lazy or slothful.
Allow me to share several observations I made as our family has passed through trials.
More young men and young women will rise to the challenge and stay on the covenant path because of this laser-like focus on our youth.
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.
We, as members of the Church of Jesus Christ, have chosen not to be ordinary men and women.
As we follow God’s voice and His covenant path, He will strengthen us in our trials.
A cunning part of [Satan’s] strategy is to dissociate anger from agency, making us believe that we are victims of an emotion that we cannot control.
Whenever we choose to come unto Christ, take His name upon us, and follow His servants, we progress along the path to eternal life.
Agency is the power to think, choose, and act for ourselves. It comes with endless opportunities, accompanied by responsibility and consequences.
Again and again the Book of Mormon teaches that the gospel of Jesus Christ is universal in its promise and effect.
The Savior’s name has singular and essential power. It is the only name by which salvation is possible.
As we search, pray, and believe, we will recognize miracles in our lives and become miracle workers in the lives of others.
We may never know in this life why we face what we do, but we can feel confident that we can grow from the experience.
Children need to know that having faith in the Savior and following Him will help them receive peace in this troubled world.
I humbly testify and pray that we will always remember Him—in all times, all things, and all places we may be in.
By the sanctifying power of the Holy Ghost as our constant companion, we can always retain a remission of our sins.
How can each of us experience the power of understanding our divine identity? It begins by seeking to know God, our Father.
If you will really try and will not rationalize or rebel—repenting often and pleading for grace—you positively are going to be “good enough.”
Strengthen your faith by following this pattern of prayer, study, and obedience to the commandments.
Husbands and wives should understand that their first calling—from which they will never be released—is to one another and then to their children.
Through the strengthening power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, you and I can be blessed to avoid and triumph over offense.
The beauty of visiting teaching is seeing lives changed, tears wiped away, testimonies growing, people loved, families strengthened.
We need to achieve and maintain standards in order to participate in the important spiritual events of life.
For all who have grieved over the death of someone they loved, the Resurrection is a source of great hope.
Elder McConkie teaches about the importance of learning about Jesus Christ and helping one another come unto Him.
God knows you and invites you to know Him.
We know we are successful if we live so that we qualify for, receive, and know how to follow the Spirit.
We express our deep appreciation to the many individuals … who are the good Samaritans of today.
Elder Olsen teaches that the answer to our challenges and questions is Jesus Christ.
No matter how difficult or confusing the challenges may be, you can always remember that the answer is simple: it is always Jesus.
The Father is aware of us, knows our needs, and will help us perfectly.
There are quorum members and those who should be our quorum members who require our help.
In the Church, in spite of our differences, the Lord expects us to be one!
Christ paid such an enormous, enabling price for us! Will we not apply His Atonement in order to pay the much smaller price required for personal progress?
The plain and simple principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ … should be firmly established in our homes to ensure happiness in family life.
May we have added insights into and greater appreciation for the power of testimony, especially as it is borne by those [who are bowed in years].
By applying the Atonement of Jesus Christ, you can begin increasing your spiritual confidence today if you are willing to listen and act.
Every council … should be working together on ways to be more effective in preparing our members … to enjoy all the blessings of the Church and … the temple.
Rich or poor, we are to “do what we can” when others are in need.
Motherhood is more than bearing children. … It is the essence of who we are as women.
If we are to be Saints in our day, we need to separate ourselves from evil conduct and destructive pursuits that are prevalent in the world.
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.
I have learned from the scriptures and the living prophets that this life is the time to prepare ourselves to meet God and one day enjoy eternal life with Him.
Elder Pearson teaches that God expects us to willingly place the Savior at the center of our lives.
Our willingness to follow Jesus Christ is directly proportionate to the amount of time we commit to be in holy places.
Am I … the woman I want to be? More importantly, am I the woman the Savior needs me to be?
One of the greatest ways we can arise and shine forth is to confidently obey the commandments of God.
By coming humbly and fully repentant to sacrament meeting and worthily partaking of the sacrament, we may feel those arms [of safety] again and again.
If you will use them as a guide to direct your studies of the Savior’s doctrine, you will find yourselves prepared to declare your witness of the restored, true church of the Lord.
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.
May we do as much with the blessings we have been given as [our ancestors] did out of the deprivations so many of them faced. In such abundance may we never “forget the Lord.”
There is not anything a young man can do that will be any more important than serving a full-time mission.
For members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, honesty is the only policy.
The very experience of enduring chastening can refine us and prepare us for greater spiritual privileges.
Partaking of the sacrament provides us with a sacred moment in a holy place.
May you ponder the truths you have heard, and may they help you to become even better than you were when conference began.
Our Heavenly Father is mindful of each of us and our needs. May we be filled with His Spirit as we partake of the proceedings of this conference.
It is my prayer that we may be filled with the Spirit of the Lord as we listen to the messages today and tomorrow and learn those things the Lord would have us know.
Missionary service is a priesthood duty—an obligation the Lord expects of us who have been given so very much.
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.
As you stand as a witness, obey the commandments, and press forward with “a steadfastness in Christ,” you will never be alone.
None of us can conceive the full import of what Christ did for us in Gethsemane, but I am grateful every day of my life for His atoning sacrifice.
May God bless us with a sense of our place in history and … our need to stand tall and walk with resolution in a manner becoming the Saints of the Most High.
Wherever our members and missionaries may go, our message is one of faith and hope in the Savior Jesus Christ.
If we could truly understand the Atonement of the Lord Jesus Christ, we would realize how precious is one son or daughter of God.
The Atonement of Jesus Christ is available to each of us. His Atonement is infinite.
True, enduring happiness, with the accompanying strength, courage, and capacity to overcome the greatest difficulties, will come as you center your life in Jesus Christ.
Our great personal challenge in mortality is to become “a saint through the atonement of Christ.”
The Savior’s Atonement is not only infinite in scope but also individual in reach.
The promise of the Lord is that He will cleanse our garments with His blood. … He can redeem us from our personal fall.
When the Savior’s all and our all come together, we will find not only forgiveness of sin, … “we shall be like him.”
Our salvation depends on believing in and accepting the Atonement. Such acceptance requires a continual effort to understand it more fully.
Eternal life is to live with our Father and with our families forevermore. Should not this promise be the greatest incentive to do the best within our reach?
Stay strong and make good choices that will allow you to eat the fruit of the tree of life.