Kristin M. Yee shares five thoughts about how Christ brings relief into our lives through our covenant relationship with God.
We can become peacemakers to those around us by emulating the Savior and becoming representatives of the Prince of Peace.
Elder Clark G. Gilbert explains how we can draw strength from our Savior and find Christ’s peace in perilous times.
Patricia T. Holland shares some inspired “thoughts of peace in times of need” and bears witness that our Father in Heaven loves us.
Elder José A. Teixeira teaches ways we can choose to be spiritually minded which leads to "life and peace" as well as hope.
Dallin H. Oaks discusses racism and other challenges. We shouldn't “open a quarrel between the past and the present” to improve the future.
Elder David A. Bednar reminds us that if we turn to the teachings of Jesus Christ, we can find peace. They were given "that we might have joy."
Dr. Clayborne Carson, Stanford University Historian, shares some personal insights from the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Through Christ's peace, we can find courage and confidence in adversity. His peace doesn't remove trials, but helps us carry on.
Why is marriage important? Elder Scott testifies of the blessings of marriage and temple covenants through interviewing a young couple.
We can find personal sanctuary in counseling with the Lord, in our church meetings, in the temple, and in our relationships with others.
Christ has known political turmoil, injustice, hardheartedness, and loss—and yet He is the Prince of Peace. He can give us peace on earth.
God wants you to find and keep joy in this world and in the world to come. You have been specially endowed with a celestial nature that is to grow into a fullness of joy.
The restoration of the gospel is about hope. Heidi S. Swinton speaks of the restoration and how its message should bring "peace like a river" to our souls.
In this address, Ben B. Banks speaks about the Lord's plan for peace. We are promised a lasting peace in our hearts if we will be willing to let Christ in.
Just hours after the 9/11 attacks, President Bateman offers a message about the hope and peace that come from the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Arun Ghandi, the Mahatma's grandson, shares personal reflections on lessons learned from his grandfather about peace, anger, and nonviolence.
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The only source of true peace - in our communities, families, and hearts - is God. In a contentious world, we can seek divine help to be peacemakers.
When tragedy strikes, turn to God in faith—and to the people He has placed in your life. Through trust, service, and love, you will find lasting peace.
Achieving perfection is a lifelong endeavor, and to prevail we must be patient with ourselves, trust God, and give of ourselves.
We all long to feel peace and happiness in this life. Elder Franklin D. Richards offers spiritual and temporal suggestions to achieve those blessings.
Hugh Nibley speaks about the history and theology surrounding the highly coveted city of Jerusalem and the hope for peace there one day.
Marion G. Romney shares that though the world is far from the ideal of peace, we can trust the promise of peace in Christ's millennial reign.
The morality of the world can be no greater than the goodness of its individuals. Use knowledge and God's guidance to make the world better.