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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Feb 18
You cannot allow circumstances to make you sad. You cannot allow them to make you mad. You can rejoice that you are a child of God. You can find joy and happiness in the grace of God and in the love of Jesus Christ. You can be glad.
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Henry B. Eyring Feb 18
As you examine your life during the ordinance of the sacrament, I hope your thoughts center not only on things you have done wrong but also on things you have done right—moments when you have felt that Heavenly Father and the Savior were pleased with you.
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David A. Bednar Feb 17
We easily can be overcome by the routine and mundane matters of mortality. Ultimately, what we become is the result of our knowledge of and willingness to learn from the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost; it is not merely the sum total of our daily pursuits during a lifetime.
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Quentin L. Cook Feb 16
Because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, through repentance our sins are forgiven. When we do not forgive those who trespass against us, we are in effect rejecting the Savior’s Atonement. Holding a grudge is poisonous to our souls.
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Gary E. Stevenson Feb 16
Recently while visiting Mexico, I had the unique opportunity and blessing to be able to share truths of our Savior Jesus Christ with members of state and federal congress. May we all be open and ready to share our beliefs with our friends of other faiths.
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Mormon Newsroom Feb 15
The Church released a statement on the . “We unite our prayers with millions of others who are mourning and praying for them.”
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Jeffrey R. Holland Feb 14
Think the best of each other, especially of those you say you love. Assume the good and doubt the bad.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Feb 13
Our mortal concept of love is a speck of sand on a vast seashore compared to the love God feels for us. His love is infinite and inexhaustible compassion. Divine love fills eternity. It reaches out and lifts up. It forgives. It blesses. It redeems.
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Russell M. Nelson Feb 13
The truths of the Book of Mormon have the power to heal, comfort, restore, succor, strengthen, console, and cheer our souls.
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D. Todd Christofferson Feb 12
Replying to @ChristoffDTodd
Given our limited mortal capacity, if we are unaided by revelation, we simply cannot achieve a comprehensive understanding of things as they were, are, and will be and how any one thing relates to how everything else was, is, or will be.
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Ronald A. Rasband Feb 10
Last week, the world lost a truly unique and one-of-a-kind leader, Jon Huntsman. Not only was Jon a strong and fair businessman, but he was also a man of deep faith with Christlike compassion for all. I feel blessed to consider him my lifelong mentor, dearest friend, and brother.
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“I have come to recognize that we are placed where we are so that we can love and lift others. We just cannot be or even call ourselves disciples of Jesus Christ if we are not helping others along that path.” —Carol F. McConkie
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Henry B. Eyring Feb 7
Pray always. Be believing. Serve the Lord with all our heart, might, mind, and strength.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Feb 6
If you open your mind and heart to receive the Light of Christ and humbly follow the Savior, you will receive more light. Line upon line, here a little and there a little, you will gather more light and truth into your souls until darkness has been banished from your life.
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Dallin H. Oaks Feb 6
I testify that repentance is possible and forgiveness is certain. When we are forgiven, the Lord remembers our sins no more. We shouldn't dwell on them either.
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Quentin L. Cook Feb 5
Anyone who claims superiority under the Father’s plan because of characteristics like race, sex, nationality, language, or economic circumstances is morally wrong and does not understand the Lord’s true purpose for all of our Father’s children.
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M. Russell Ballard Feb 5
Please continue pressing forward by reaching out to all of God’s children in love and compassion.
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D. Todd Christofferson Feb 3
I pray that we will wholeheartedly embrace the Light of Christ that is in us and help others do the same. May we welcome the added light and truth that come through the Holy Ghost.
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M. Russell Ballard Jan 30
We must be careful where our footsteps in life take us. We must be watchful and heed the counsel of the Lord and Church leaders.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Jan 30
God knows your every thought, your sorrows, and your greatest hopes. No matter your history—if you have faltered, failed, feel broken, bitter, betrayed, or beaten—know that you are not alone. God still calls to you.
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