Gifts of the Spirit
Choosing to live humbly, look up to God, and receive deeply of His many blessings will allow us to more fully develop the gifts of God.
“To believe on their words” doesn’t mean relying on the faith of others but borrowing a spark to light your own testimony aflame.
Through personal experiences, Dr. Matthew Wickman teaches what it means to thrive spiritually and how we can recognize if we are doing so.
What are spiritual gifts? Why are they important? How can we develop them? Sister Worthen answers these questions and more in her devotional address.
With faith, clean living, pure motive, and the love of Christ, we can expect revelation every day through the Spirit of God.
Robert C. Oaks teaches that we have all been blessed with both temporal and spiritual gifts which allow us to understand our identity.
We ought to seek out the gift of discernment, which makes us quick to observe right from wrong, the needs of others, and the promptings of the Spirit.
Ingo R. Titze discusses the construction and capabilities of the human voice scientifically, reminding us to choose to use our voices to lift others.
There are many gifts of the spirit. To qualify for their blessings, we must each strive to gain wisdom and live worthy of the Holy Ghost.
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Truman Madsen discusses spiritual gifts and how Joseph Smith used them to bless the Saints and teach them the fulness of the gospel.
Spiritual gifts are given to each of God's sons and daughters, but it is up to us to decide to develop and use those gifts. We must consecrate ourselves to the service of God.