You're not here on earth to become comfortable with mortality but to overcome it and return home. Seek the spiritual glow that comes from living right.
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Joseph Fielding Smith is given an award celebrating his work in genealogy. He speaks about the central role of the sealing power in our quest for salvation.
Ernest L. Wilkinson delivers his speech of resignation as president of Brigham Young University, sharing his feelings and words of advice at the occasion.
Know that you have leaders of distinction here at BYU and that the Church invests its money and talent so heavily in this school because you are worth it.
When we return to meet our Heavenly Father, we want it to be a profitable homecoming. We can prepare now by living in accordance with the gospel.
A testimony of the gospel is essential for your eternal welfare. It is the most important type of knowledge to pursue, and as with all knowledge, requires diligence and humility.
Spencer W. Kimball highlights the faith and devotion the apostle Peter exhibited during his ministry. The Savior loved and forgave him, and so should we.
Prayer and church attendance are important forms of worship, but perhaps the best way we can honor God is to strive to become more like Him.
We must not become desensitized to the dangers of gambling. Individuals, families, and communities are harmed by this industry.
The dress and grooming standards at BYU are based on standards of modesty and propriety—which are not the same, but which both help you to respect yourself.
We live in a troubled world, but the gospel has solutions to both temporal and spiritual problems—if we are humble enough to accept them.
It is during our Abrahamic tests, our moments of excruciating trial, that we prove to ourselves how strong our conviction really is and receive our rewards.
The Mormon milieu is one of being "in the world, but not of the world." The gospel has solutions to the world's problems, and it is our job to find them.
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Pioneers early and modern have made immense sacrifices for their testimony of the gospel. They know that if it is true, little else really matters.