We can overcome the daily distractions in our lives by focusing our efforts on long-term goals and righteous endeavors.
Elder Teixeira shares valuable lessons learned throughout his life that have helped him to find true joy and fulfillment.
Jared T. Blanchard, speaks on how being present will allow us to avoid distraction and maximize our potential instead of focusing on regrets or worries.
When we truly lay hold upon the word of God, believing it and committing to it, we open ourselves up to the life-changing power He has in store for us.
Recreation is one of the foundational principles upon which strong families and strong individuals are built.
Our plans and goals may change or be difficult to reach, but if we are persistent and patient, we can find joy and progress.
Rulon D. Pope, BYU's Karl G. Maeser distinguished faculty lecturer, explains Engel's Law, and why it is still pertinent both at home and abroad.
Amidst the transitions that come after graduation, don't forget to seek wisdom, service, and eternal life - the greatest gift of God.
Ronald Brough teaches how we can access the Holy Ghost to receive guidance and direction in our lives. One important way we can do this is through prayer.
Some of you struggle with certain doctrines or practices of the Church, past or present; they just don’t quite seem to fit for you. I say, so what? That’s okay. You’re still young. Be patient, but be persistent.
Blessings come when we recognize our identity as covenant children of God, and when we make the Lord - and family - our top priority.
With many areas of our lives demanding our attention, Elder Hansen offers some suggestions for setting priorities and recognizing the importance of balance.
Richard G. Scott implores listeners to resolutely decide to keep the Lord's standards and live so that the Holy Ghost can inspire all to do what is right.
Many things in life compete for our attention, but we only have so much "room in our wagons." Prioritizing what really matters helps us get closer to God.
God-Given Gifts The subject I would like to address this morning is entitled “My Book of Life.” Basic to my book of life and to your book of life is the fact that each one of us has been endowed with a God-given ability to think and to make decisions. Our creative capacity and intelligence distinguishes us from all other forms of life on this earth. We are truly the…
With an eternal perspective, God will help you—our granddaughters, and all women—fulfill your divine missions in the family, the Church, and the world.
Are we sometimes guilty of portraying a righteous appearance but lacking true spiritual substance? The essence of real godliness is explored.
With the right attitude and the right priorities, there isn't much we can't do. Remember to put the Lord and your family first.
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Periodically take inventory of your life. Where do you stack up? As you examine the different facets of your life, remember that the most important "total score" you can keep track of is your spiritual development and progression.
As the writer of Ecclesiastes expressed, keeping the commandments of God is our "the whole duty." Other things will pass, so keep in mind those that matter.