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Neil L. Andersen 23h
Overcoming the world is not one defining moment in a lifetime, but a lifetime of moments that define eternity.
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Quentin L. Cook May 24
A strong foundation of faith in Jesus Christ should be the great desire of our hearts.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf May 22
The more I come to know my Heavenly Father, the more I see how He inspires and leads His children.
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M. Russell Ballard May 22
The Lord Jesus Christ has power to give rest unto our souls.
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Neil L. Andersen May 22
The Paris France Temple dedication was another witness to me that we are God’s children and He desires for us to be with Him eternally.
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Dallin H. Oaks May 21
We have a Heavenly Father, who loves us. We have a Holy Ghost, who guides us. We have a Savior, Jesus Christ, who makes it all possible.
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Henry B. Eyring May 18
God is the literal Father of all mankind; we are each part of His eternal family.
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Ronald A. Rasband May 17
As you seek to know your Father and your Savior, your desire to serve Them will increase. You will feel heavenly love in your life.
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Dale G. Renlund May 17
Our Heavenly Father desires that His children knowingly and willingly choose to become like Him and qualify for the kind of life He enjoys.
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M. Russell Ballard May 14
There is nothing in this world as personal, as nurturing, or as life changing as the influence of a righteous woman.
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Quentin L. Cook May 14
Dear sisters, we love and admire you. We appreciate your service in the Lord’s kingdom. You are incredible!
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God gave us His best when He gave us Mom. Happy
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D T Christofferson May 14
Mothers exert an influence unequaled by any other person in any other relationship. I express gratitude for all women and mothers today.
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Ronald A. Rasband May 14
Women of faith have profound influence upon families and the world. You are cherished and loved. I sustain you on this day and always.
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Jeffrey R. Holland May 14
No love in mortality comes closer to approximating the pure love of Jesus Christ than the selfless love a devoted mother has for her child.
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M. Russell Ballard May 14
Because our mothers love us, we learn, or, more accurately, remember, that God also loves us.
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God gave us His best when He gave us Mom. Happy
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf May 12
In God’s kingdom, greatness and leadership means seeing others as they truly are—as God sees them—and then reaching out to them.
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Neil L. Andersen May 12
The world is more interested in indulging the natural man than in subduing him.
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Dallin H. Oaks May 11
Mothers give the sons and daughters of God their earliest and most formative orientation for their mortal journey toward eternal life.
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