By “Pointing Our Souls to Christ,” we gain divine help and develop a closeness to Him that strengthens us on our journey to our Heavenly home.
We all meet our match somewhere. For Sister Worthen, it was algebra. When we are faced with something difficult, will we quit or will we learn?
Being flaky is only good if you're a pastry. Keeping commitments to God and ourselves requires effort and endurance, but the rewards are innumerable.
Choose to keep God's commandments and stay out of Satan's territory. We are promised safety and peace on the Lord's side of the line.
Richard G. Scott implores listeners to resolutely decide to keep the Lord's standards and live so that the Holy Ghost can inspire all to do what is right.
As we become the most worthy versions of ourselves and strive to lift others, the Lord will be able to use us to build His kingdom.
For those who are "sitting on the fence" in terms of living the gospel, make up your minds now to keep the commandments of God and to receive His blessings.
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.
Many today are seeking greater freedom, especially freedom of thought. Be grateful for your freedom of the mind, and use it well.
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The Lord needs more than the half-hearted faith and obedience of lukewarm disciples. Let us seek stability in our devotion to Him.
Thomas L. Martin humorously describes the main events of his life and highlights how the hand of the Lord worked to help him reach all his righteous goals.