Peggy S. Worthen reminds us not only that we must prepare for life's unexpected storms but also that we are not alone when facing them.
Melissa Western shares how she came to know the Savior, and her testimony that we can each replace our fear with lasting peace from Him.
Tracianne B. Neilsen describes "the messy middle of revelation." We can hear God better through things like self-care and gratitude.
While hiking in the Grand Tetons, Michael Dunn learned how climbing mountains—both literal and metaphorical—helps us develop strength, courage, and faith.
When others question your beliefs and choices, it is tempting to panic and doubt yourself. Instead, trust in the things you know to be true.
The adversary wants us to doubt God, doubt ourselves, and be afraid of the future. But God declares that we can choose faith over fear.
We needn't be paralyzed by our mistakes. Failure helps us learn and pushes us to rely on the help of the Savior.
"Faith works by words," said the Prophet Joseph Smith. Replacing self-doubt with power words can remove fear and increase performance in your life.
God is real. His Son is real. Our faith in them will be strengthened as we learn more completely about them and have sacred experiences with them.
Lloyd D. Newell teaches that in order to overcome fear we must have hope, develop love, turn to God, and trust Him.
Gregory Clark teaches about the relationship between faith and fear. They oppose each other and cannot be present in the same moment.
When we are tempted to be overcome by the terror of the last days, may we remember the faith of past prophets—and of God—in us.
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Financial worries, academic stress, and other challenges are inevitable for college students. We need not fear, though, because Christ is our Shepherd.
Patricia Holland reminds students that often fear is our greatest enemy. As we follow the scriptural admonition to "fear not," our faith is magnified.
Two different types of fear are discussed: the fear of sin because of punishment and the fear of sin because it prevents being with God.
Derek A. Cuthbert discusses the futility of fear by pointing out that whether it be key to overcoming any kind of fear is to have great faith.
Trouble will come, but discouragement doesn't have to. If we work now to prepare ourselves through patient and faithful discipleship, we will get through.
Donald Q. Cannon teaches that we need to balance study and faith, and that all virtues can become vices in the realm of extremism.