Julie Crockett assures us that our uniqueness and divine individuality are only magnified as we work toward attaining Christlike attributes.
We needn't be paralyzed by our mistakes. Failure helps us learn and pushes us to rely on the help of the Savior.
Failure is an essential part of our quest for perfection. By trusting in God and in the Atonement, we can turn our failures into successes.
Are we looking toward the mark—toward our goal of perfection? Or are we satisfied just trying to stay "in the lines" of the commandments?
"The older I get the more I am convinced that all sin—all of it—has its roots in the dirty soil of self-gratification and self-absorption."
Perfecting the Saints is part of the mission of the Church. Elder Jacob de Jager offers basic principles that help us as we strive to reach this lofty goal.
Elder Dean L. Larsen shares profound lessons with BYU students about living life and the gospel gleaned from his years of experience.
Are we sometimes guilty of portraying a righteous appearance but lacking true spiritual substance? The essence of real godliness is explored.
John S. Staley explores facets of the fullness of the gospel that have blessed his life since his conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ.
The way to become perfect is to change your life—to substitute the good for the evil in every case. Changes can come best if we take one item at a time.
We may not often see ourselves as eternal beings, but we were valiant in the premortal life and can work miracles in mortality.