Perhaps we should reflect on what can and should happen to us as we link ourselves with the name of our Savior. As we do, we too can change.
Christ was the perfect example of someone who understood His purpose...He continued till the end because He knew His purpose and He knew His why.
I believe that one of the most significant obstacles to our laying hold upon the word is our inability to fully immerse ourselves in the word or other worthwhile things—our inability to fully focus on them.
The Lord has given us specific doctrines and principles that show us how to clothe ourselves in the armor of God so that we can stand against the powers of evil.
As we acquire new skills and hobbies, grow in intellect, and learn to unleash priesthood power in our homes, we can change our divine potential.
The priesthood, the presence of the Holy Ghost, our temple covenants—these are heavenly powers that bless our lives when we live the gospel.
Bruce R. McConkie discusses the teaching of Joseph Smith that faith is power. He shares ways to enlarge and increase our faith in the Lord.
The power of God is limitless, especially as it is applied unto salvation for His children. He can redeem us from sin and change our hearts.
There are two powers at work in the world and in your soul—the power of God and the power of Satan. God's power will win but only if you choose Him.