Joyful living in the here and now is an important antecedent to the complete joy that we know can be ours in the eternities, which is made possible by the presence with us of our families in the company of the Father and the Son.
Speeches by Topic | Men
With the literary imagery of "the frost" and "the thaw," Arthur Henry King warns against warring between the sexes. Men and women need one another.
As he receives the Exemplary Manhood Award, President Joseph Fielding Smith takes a moment to speak about the importance of the work of the gospel.
Elaine A. Cannon shares insights into the ways that male and female personality traits can complement and bless one another.
In His likeness and image, God created man. Countless scriptural instances outlined by Delbert L. Stapley profess man's divinity as a child of God.