Observation, reason, and faith facilitate revelation and enable the Holy Ghost to be a reliable, trustworthy, and beloved companion.
Heavenly Father gives us many evidences of how He preserves His relationship with us while asking us what we can do to put Him first.
How inspired professors and faithful fellow students can help BYU flourish through an atmosphere of respect and trust.
Dale G. Renlund explains that lifelong conversion comes through determination to repeat the elements of the doctrine of Christ.
Mark L. Pace explains how Christ's sheep still hear His voice by the power of the Holy Ghost. Daily gospel habits help us create change.
Our ability to experience God’s love directly relates to how dutifully we repent, study the scriptures, and partake of the sacrament.
Elder Dale G. Renlund reminds the faculty of BYU that their responsibility to help students draw closer to Christ is more than a job—it is a blessing.
Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf instructs that when we strive to incorporate the music of the Spirit into our daily lives, we receive favor from heaven.
Like walking when your legs are frozen, sometimes what we least want to do is the very thing we need to keep our spiritual lifeblood flowing.
Michael Orme shares how the principles of receiving revelation and understanding the Spirit are uniquely applied to Brigham Young University.
Both heart and mind can be instruments for the Holy Ghost to teach us God's will, if we are humble enough to listen for His counsel.
In your search for happiness, don't mistake Satan's deceit for the joy Christ offers. Remember that it is the small things that make a big difference.
The Lord's call comes in countless ways. If we are prepared to heed the call, we will be given opportunities to grow, to serve, and to receive His joy.
Our search for "why" sometimes leads to false causes and effects. The Holy Ghost, teaches Vorkink, helps us draw the right, real conclusions - or let it go.
Tim McClain shares how feedback from the Holy Ghost, loved ones, and even our own failures can help us navigate our way through life.
We can safely travel life’s journey by relying on the maps of the scriptures and the words of the living prophets and the compass of the Holy Ghost. God’s plan and desire is that we all successfully reach our destination.
As you provide the proper context, your spirit can understand the Holy Ghost as He leads, guides, and walks beside you on your mortal journey.
As we come to understand the Light of Christ and the Holy Ghost, we will be able to better receive guidance and direction.
Jay E. Jensen expounds on the importance of intentionally seeking the unspeakable gift of the Holy Ghost, which will instruct, guide, and testify to us.
The Holy Ghost guides us through promptings. We should use our spiritual abilities to receive and recognize the Spirit.
Steven C. Baugh tells us that when our spiritual branches are cut off from their roots, we separate ourselves from the Holy Ghost.
Michael A. Jensen teaches of the Holy Ghost and how we can recognize and receive revelation.
Elder Hales teaches how we can stand "'faithful and true' always," on "spiritual high ground."
How does the Spirit speak to you? This devotional explores Joseph Smith's experience in the Sacred Grove and its similarities to our own experiences.
As we learn to make important decisions, we must find the balance between seeking the Lord's guidance and having the courage to make our own choices.
The Holy Ghost offers comfort and guidance in the form of a still, small voice. We must learn to recognize, appreciate, and be worthy of this precious gift.
We can find answers through seeking the Holy Ghost, asking the right questions, and knowing how to proceed when we don't receive answers.
With faith, clean living, pure motive, and the love of Christ, we can expect revelation every day through the Spirit of God.
I also bear testimony of the blessings we can and will receive in our personal lives as we make efforts to be in the right places at the right times and to do the right things for the right reasons. By following the counsel of our Church leaders, we will be better able to feel and follow the Holy Spirit in our lives and realize great blessings.
At times we will go through trials and need to be lifted up. Control, attitude, and faith in God's power will create wind beneath our wings.
By keeping the Lord’s plan of happiness in your sights, you can focus on what matters most in mortality and beyond.
An understanding of how personal revelation works will allow us to develop a closer relationship with God and to live better, happier lives.
The Holy Ghost is a teacher, guardian, and comforter who will never fail us. If we listen to the voice of the Spirit, we will have an infallible guide.
The Lord can bless any of His children with an epiphany of knowledge and guidance. Consistent, strong inspiration is possible through the Holy Ghost.
It is difficult sometimes to hear the voice of the Spirit amid the noises of the world, but it is worth the effort to have the Spirit's guidance and peace.
Every child of God is entitled to experience “hosanna” moments, when the manifestations of the Spirit prompts mantic celebration.
We are on a journey, going home. We must search for truth and seek the companionship of the Holy Ghost to guide this journey.
Liberty comes from following Christ and must be defended, not only on wartorn battlefields, but in our everyday actions against the evils of the world.
The Holy Ghost will guide our lives and help us change if we allow it. Elder Hugh W. Pinnock suggests eight ways to better abide by the Spirit.
By putting on the spiritual armor of God, we can protect ourselves from Satan's efforts to cut us off from the Holy Ghost and His divine influence.
Revelation serves many purposes necessary and beneficial: it testifies, prophesies, comforts, uplifts, informs, restrains, confirms, and impels.
The priesthood, the presence of the Holy Ghost, our temple covenants—these are heavenly powers that bless our lives when we live the gospel.
God bless us that we may have the good sense to take the Holy Spirit as our guide and accomplish the purpose for which this life was given to us.
When the Holy Ghost communicates with us, it takes a practiced and educated conscience to recognize what it is communicating.
Gordon B. Hinckley shares that through faith, you will be led by the Holy Spirit. Faith has the miraculous power to change the hearts of men.
Christ commanded Nicodemus to be born again, of water and of the spirit. More than the ordinances of baptism and confirmation, that means a change of heart.
It is easy, among so many different voices in the world, to be deceived. But if we are worthy of the Spirit and true to the Church, we won't be led astray.
Just as Helen Keller struggled to learn to make sense of the world around her as a child, we too struggle when learning to comprehend the promptings of the Spirit. Practice, exposure, and patience are required to become fluent in the language of the Spirit.