We can experience strength and safety as we follow the Lord's guidance to gather together often with our fellow saints.
When communicating our beliefs, we should be authentic, humble, loving and put both feet forward by bearing our testimonies unafraid.
There may be lonely individuals around us. To feel true happiness, fellowship or befriend others and serve them.
Many desirable skills can be acquired in this life, and each takes diligent practice to master. As Saints, our skills play a crucial role in God's plan.
The Watchman on the Tower is the story of a loving nobleman who instructs his servant to watch over his olive trees. This story has great application today.
At times we will learn first and be tried later; at other times the Lord will try us first and then teach us from the trials. But in spite of the sequence, I pray that we will move forward with faith in and love for the Lord—even while not knowing beforehand what lies ahead.
As we practice holiness by making it a daily priority, serving others, and noticing opportunities for holiness, we become more Christlike.
The joys of mission, of the senses, and of contemplation and anticipation help us to find happiness throughout mortality.
The legacy left behind by our pioneer ancestors—a legacy shared by converts and "pioneer stock" alike—is one that will continue to stand the test of time.
If you could choose one time in the history of the Church to be a part of, which would it be? Do we understand how important our own time is?
Obeying God's commandments requires concerted effort. Delbert L. Stapley encourages each student to be a believer and keep the faith throughout their lives.
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