We must follow Christ by exercising faith and keeping an eternal perspective to fulfill life’s mission and return with honor to our Father in Heaven.
As we embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ, we can be prepare for our home in heaven.
The spirit world has been spoken of as a place of preparation. Brent L. Top teaches that we prepare for death physically and spiritually from birth.
It is never too late to establish eternal patterns that will lead you to accept greater blessings from the Lord. He is ready to bless you.
We can navigate a changing world by laying hold on "every good thing:" eternal family, personal purity, and learning by study and faith.
The key to eternal life is to know God, and to know Him in a way that changes us. How can we get to know God? Professor Mary Williams shares some insights.
Robert L. Millet shares his experiences answering the most common, but often most difficult questions on what Latter-day Saints believe.
Where does our treasure lie? There are keys in our past, present, and future that can help us find our eternal treasure—the kingdom of God.
We yearn for hope not just for moments in this life, but for eternity. Our hope is bolstered by understanding faith and charity, the pure love of Christ.
We are on a journey, going home. We must search for truth and seek the companionship of the Holy Ghost to guide this journey.
Sometimes we get lost on the path to eternal life. Loving the Lord enough to keep His commandments will help keep us on track to return to Him.
Because of the Resurrection of Christ, we know that there is life after death. Families are eternal, and our departed loved ones are not far.
N. Eldon Tanner shares some fundamental principles for living a successful life—and, even more importantly, preparing for eternal life.
Thank you, President Oaks. One is honored to be asked to speak to a devotional assembly, especially when his journey has left most of his footprints in the sands of time. I appreciate the prayer that was offered by Brother Skousen, the son of Karl Skousen, an outstanding scholar and a wonderful man, and I pray that the Lord will respond to that prayer in this period that we have…
Channing Pollock recently wrote that without family, heaven doesn't matter. How grateful we are to know of the eternal duration of marriage and family.
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.
Making our calling and election "sure" is about securing the blessings we have been promised by keeping our covenants with God.
Life neither begins at birth nor ends at death. The eternal life of man is like a three-act play, and we are doing our part now to determine the final act.
To receive the blessings of eternal glory that we are each striving for, we need to honestly evaluate our lives and whether they are in harmony with the commandments of God.
MIlton R. Hunter admonishes students not to waste God's greatest gift to them, but rather to use their agency to seek that gift: the gift of eternal life.
All must seek for visions of eternal life and live in such a way as to attain it. Do not trade your ultimate reward for temporary pleasures and comfort.
"Eye hath not seen" the blessings promised for the righteous or the torment that comes to the wicked. Prepare yourself to be on the Lord's side.
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You are the men and women of tomorrow, and your actions today matter not only for the future of this world, but for your future in eternity.