Don't abandon sound economic principles: stay out of unnecessary debt, use a budget, and set yourselves up for financial peace of mind.
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As we honor our parents through righteous and respectful living, we feel of their love and receive many blessings from following their counsel.
Exemplary Womanhood Award winner and Church curator Florence S. Jacobsen shares Church artifacts that demonstrate our history and heritage as Saints.
Through ordinances, the power of God is made manifest in our lives. Be faithful to the covenants and ordinances of the gospel, and you will be happy.
After members of the Osmond family bear their testimonies, Elder Dunn offers this message: press forward, for you never know what good your effort can do.
We can show our devotion to the Lord as we follow counsel given through His servant, the prophet. We will be blessed as we heed this counsel.
I would like to visit with those of you who have become discouraged in your personal prayers, the ones you say when no one else is listening. I’d like to talk to those of you who have stopped praying or who do not pray as frequently or as fervently as you once did.
The “germ” of discouragement...is in Satan, the Prince of Darkness, the Father of Lies. And he would have it be in us. It’s frequently a small germ, but it will work and it will grow and it will spread. In fact it can become almost a habit, a way of living and thinking, and there the greatest damage is done.
A teacher's attitude can have far-reaching effects on students. Learn to admit, with humility and faith and love, what you don't know—and what you do know.
Strive to live worthy of the blessings you were given in your patriarchal blessings. Your spiritual lineage is a heritage of faith and trust.
When we are converted to Christ, we are united as a Church. Elder Dunn suggests ways we can feel the healing, uniting Spirit in our lives more often.
In this increasingly secular world, faith in God will bless you through. Hold on to Him through the complexity and challenges of life.
To master the "art of living" and be happy, we must be willing to do what will bring us happiness—live the commandments of God.
We often set quantitative goals as we strive for improvement, but we must not to let check-mark goals take us away from true, qualitative progression.
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