This is the Lord’s way. He asks us to do things that seem impossible or even unwise. He asks us to build ships that no one has ever built before and to go places that no one has ever gone before.
It is clear that the Lord is preparing the earth for His second coming. May we appreciate the day in which we live.
"The Church may face different challenges now than it did at the time of Peter and Paul, but it still has to deal with converts from different countries with different languages and cultures, all struggling to get closer to their Heavenly Father."
As BYU moves into the new millennium, it will continue to grow in influence, playing an important role in the Lord's plan for His kingdom.
Many of you sitting here as students of Brigham Young University will carry a remarkable role in fulfilling the prophecies of the Prophet Joseph Smith until that day does come when the great Jehovah shall say, “It is enough.”
Gordon B. Hinckley gives an inspiring history of the Church in the British Isles, from the Restoration to his own mission and on into the present.
The history of the Church in England and the British Isles is a rich legacy of courageous, faithful pioneers who endured incredible trials.
When the storms of life come to test our faith, we must be prepared. As a sturdy tree, be grounded, rooted, established, and settled in Jesus Christ.
Technology enables incredible growth of the Church. God has appointed a law unto all things, and He has a hand in this continuing progress.
Many are called upon to be modern-day pioneers. By asking "Golden Questions," members can support full-time missionaries as the Church grows and develops.
"With the charge divinely given, with blessings divinely promised, we shall go forward, my brethren and sisters, and the Lord will open the way before us."
Obeying God's commandments requires concerted effort. Delbert L. Stapley encourages each student to be a believer and keep the faith throughout their lives.
Recent, phenomenal church growth is a fulfillment of prophecy. The Native Americans, or Lamanite descendants, are an important part of this prophecy.
The youth of the Church will face increasing challenge in this world, but never has opportunity been so great for them and for the kingdom of God.
The Native American population, or "Indians," descendants of the Lamanite people, are displaying their immense potential, as foretold in the scriptures.
The growth of the gospel in Asia and other parts of the world is part of the Lord's prophesied gathering of Israel, as told in Jacob, chapter 5.
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The growth of the Church is accelerating to fulfill prophecy and to bless God's children. This is a special time to be on the earth.