The choices we make with money are at the heart of mortality’s test. Will we choose to waste our resources upon transitory pleasures, or will we choose to serve others and build up the kingdom of God?
Just as you have passed through the halls at BYU, I hope the Spirit of the Y has passed through you and become a part of you.
These years of your life are a time to plant seeds that you will later be grateful to harvest. Heed the counsel of prophets on your journey to becoming you.
To avoid money’s corrupting influence, we must love only God and our fellowman and embrace only virtue as the defining and motivating force in our lives.
Steve W. Albrecht shares listening to others can protect us from becoming victims—or perpetrators—of fraud, whether financial or spiritual.
When money becomes our god, we are poor. One of life’s great lessons is to teach us that what we do with what we have is more important than what we have.
The prophets have warned us to be careful of incurring debt, and to make every effort to get ourselves out of debt. Don't be in financial bondage.
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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.