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As we acknowledge racism in the world around us and seek to overcome it in our own thoughts and actions, we can move together as brothers and sisters toward our divine potential.
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Russell M. Nelson Apr 17
I am thankful to have been with the Saints in Kenya and Zimbabwe, where so many have an innate love of God. I wondered what I have learned in my 93 years that I could share with them.
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Russell M. Nelson Apr 15
Jerusalem is a land which was made holy by the Son of God. He had an earthly ministry here. He healed the lame, gave sight to the blind, and restored life to those who had died, so one can’t help but feel closer to Him in this holy place.
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Russell M. Nelson Apr 13
You may have heard that I have just begun a global tour in which we are visiting with thousands of people in eight countries. I have been asked why I would embark on such a tour. The reason why is simple:
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David A. Bednar Apr 10
Meekness is a spiritual gift for which we appropriately can seek. As we come unto and follow the Savior, we increasingly and incrementally are enabled to become more like Him.
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Mormon Newsroom Apr 9
A special invitation from the First Presidency to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the 1978 Revelation on the Priesthood. June 1, 2018 at the LDS Conference Center and streamed on . Read More:
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Dale G. Renlund Apr 8
When God directs us to do one thing, He often has many purposes in mind. Family history and temple work is not only for the dead but blesses the living as well. When ordinances are performed on behalf of the deceased, God’s children on earth are healed.
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Quentin L. Cook Apr 8
Fulfilling divinely appointed responsibilities, based on righteousness, unity, and equality before the Lord, brings personal happiness and peace in this world and prepares us for eternal life in the world to come. It prepares us to meet God.
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Dallin H. Oaks Apr 4
Through our Savior’s atoning suffering and sacrifice and resurrection, all men and women have the assurance of immortality and the opportunity for eternal life.
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The LDS Church Apr 3
“The privilege of receiving revelation is one of the greatest gifts of God to His children.”  God will speak to you. Learn more about how you can seek His guidance.
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M. Russell Ballard Apr 3
I testify that Jesus Christ is our Savior. May the joy and peace of the Lord abide in each one of us.
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Neil L. Andersen Apr 2
Anchoring our souls to the Lord Jesus Christ requires listening to those He sends. Following the prophet in a world of commotion is like being wrapped in a soothing, warm blanket on a freezing cold day.
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Dieter F. Uchtdorf Apr 1
I testify that the most important day in the history of mankind was the day when Jesus Christ, the Son of God, won the victory over death and sin for all of God’s children. Let’s commit our heart to Him this Easter and always.
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Ulisses Soares Apr 1
Jesus Christ is the Savior and Redeemer of the world. Through Him we can be saved and exalted in the presence of God. I love Him. I adore Him. I want to follow Him, do His will, and become more like Him.
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Gerrit W. Gong Apr 1
On this Easter Sunday, I reverently witness and solemnly testify of the living Christ—He who died, was buried, and rose again the third day, and ascended into heaven.
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Jeffrey R. Holland Apr 1
We have a heaven-sent chance to demonstrate pure religion undefiled before God—to minister to the widows and the fatherless, the married and the single, the strong and the distraught, the downtrodden and the robust, the happy and the sad—in short, all of us, every one of us.
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The LDS Church Apr 1
Learn more about ministering as the Savior would at .
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The LDS Church Apr 1
President announces new temples in the following locations: • Salta, Argentina • Bengaluru, India • Managua, Nicaragua • Cagayan de Oro, Philippines • Layton, Utah • Richmond, Virginia • A major city yet to be determined in Russia
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The LDS Church Apr 1
"Our message to the world is simple and sincere: We invite all of God’s children on both sides of the veil to come unto their Savior."
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The LDS Church Apr 1
"Study the messages of this conference frequently—even repeatedly—during the next six months. "Conscientiously look for ways to incorporate these messages in your family home evenings, your gospel teaching, your conversations."
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