Life can be uncomfortable, but prayer, service, and temple attendance can help us find true comfort in the Savior.
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.
Sister Bonnie H. Cordon uses stories to illustrate the power of prayer. Though prayer requires work, as we ask of God, He answers our prayers.
Our ability to experience God’s love directly relates to how dutifully we repent, study the scriptures, and partake of the sacrament.
Professor Chris Crowe uses experiences from his own life to teach that prayer is our key to navigating toward the future.
Prayer is a sacred gift. When we ask ourselves, "Did you think to pray?" we ought to reflect on the sincerity and power of our communication with God.
When he discovered the power of stories, Michael Flaherty used his love of teaching and of God to build a film company devoted to spreading good.
Marilyn W. Berrett teaches that through earnest prayer we can access the powers of heaven and commune with our Heavenly Father.
Prayer is a tool for comfort, peace, guidance, testimony, and forgiveness. How are you using prayer to access the powers of heaven?
We can find answers through seeking the Holy Ghost, asking the right questions, and knowing how to proceed when we don't receive answers.
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.
"In our communion with God we must ever be careful not just to talk but to listen. We must listen for His Spirit to guide and teach us."
We can develop a closer relationship with God by improving our prayers. All we must do is come before Him with a broken heart and contrite spirit.
When we sin, we build a wall of stones around us, making it difficult to hear spiritual impressions. As we remove the stones, we gain guidance from God.
God hears and answers prayers. As we strengthen our relationship with God, we will pray more naturally and more easily submit to God's will.
Sometimes, when we pray and cry out to our Heavenly Father, answers do not come easily or as expected—but He reminds us that He is there for us.
"Now, since we know the Lord loves all of his children, we need to inquire whether our being here at this time with these blessings is by chance or whether there might be a purpose to it."
To improve our eternal relationships, we must take sweet counsel from the Lord in prayer and with others in councils.
To bring down the power of heaven, we must learn the principle of waiting upon the Lord through real prayer, righteous living, and fervent listening.
Our theology is derived from prayer—we pray to God whom we know, and we must do so with our whole souls, with faith, sincerity, and love.
God always answers our prayers but often not in the way or timeframe we would like. As we exercise patience and faith, our relationship with Him will grow.
The Christian message is powered by words. When we call upon God, we need not only the right words, but the right heart to be effective.
There comes a time in your life when you are faced with something you cannot do on your own, and then you learn to really talk to your Father in Heaven.
If we really have a testimony of God, we will want to sincerely thank Him, repent, and plead for His help through earnest prayer.
The scriptures give us a guide to meaningful prayer. Sincere, reverent communion with God, with a willingness to accede to His will, is always answered.
To access the spiritual power we need to meet life's challenges, we must make ourselves pure. Sincere prayer purifies and strengthens us.
Thomas L. Martin humorously describes the main events of his life and highlights how the hand of the Lord worked to help him reach all his righteous goals.