Inviting others to Christ, living the gospel, and uniting families helps faculty to lay hold upon good things and prepare students for eternity.
The Lord has promised that, even when we feel most lost and alone, even when those closest to us have forgotten us, He is aware of us.
The knowledge of most worth comes first as we learn to place all learning in the context of the gospel of Jesus Christ and seek the gifts of the Spirit as we learn.
As we replace earthly perspectives with eternal perspectives, we find that keeping God's commandments becomes natural and our lives take on new meaning.
In all of your education at BYU, make sure you are learning to think clearly, to act well, and to appreciate life. Learn for this life and for eternity.
An eternal marriage is worth every effort it requires. Don't allow selfishness, petty grievances, or pride to stifle your family's happiness.
The most important decision you can make in this life is choosing your eternal companion. Don’t settle for less than eternity.
The torment of hell will be the pricking of our conscience and the knowledge that we could have done better. We have the power to choose our eternity.
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With reference to BYU football and the United States military, Elder Harold B. Lee speaks about loyalty. Where is our loyalty? Are we prepared to meet God?