Why is the covenant to always remember Jesus Christ significant? Elder Soares discusses how this seemingly small covenant affects all we do.
It's okay to have nostalgia for past experiences, as long as our memories help us launch from our safe harbor to new, charted courses.
Though we may forget some small details, it is important to remember the overarching lessons we learn throughout life. Steven E. Snow lists those lessons.
The word “ebenezer” means “stone of help.” Remember and reflect on the spiritual experiences that you have had and raise your ebenezer.
The Lord has promised that, even when we feel most lost and alone, even when those closest to us have forgotten us, He is aware of us.
President Hinckley shares a sampling of significant occasions and vignettes that touched his life. We all have such experiences worth remembering.
Gordon Lindsay reiterates that when we take the sacrament, we covenant to always remember Him. But how often do we really remember Christ?
Scott Duvall shares three things we must “sufficiently retain in remembrance”: the past, the future, and our Savior, Jesus Christ.
To remember who we are is to access a divine birthright of power, focus, and hope. It changes not only what we think of ourselves, but what we do every day.
We must learn to hearken Helaman's counsel to "remember, remember"—remember the Lord, His word, His commandments, His works, and the poor.
The Lord wants us to spread light and truth to the world through courageous, energetic, and inspirational leadership.
I don’t know when children begin to remember, but I know that my earliest childhood memories are an important part of who I am even though I don’t have a good memory for things that I really should remember: people’s names, things that happened to me, important events. For example, I was 14 when I was baptized, but I remember only a few details of what happened, though I remember…
You have a rich heritage as members of the Church. Do you retain in remembrance the sacrifices made for you, and the stories you can learn from?
My dear brothers and sisters, this is a great privilege and a frightening one. I would feel much more at home if we were having a zone conference. I pray for the Spirit and trust that the Lord will help me. I am grateful that Heber and I can be here together; that is the wonderful thing about a mission. I believe it was Elder Victor L. Brown’s wife who…
Fill your life with "I'm glad I did" moments instead of "I wish I had" regrets. Making memories of service and love will lead you to a fulfilling life.
The beginning of a year is the perfect time for reflection on the lessons learned as well as resolution to become the people we want to be.
Listen, learn, live, and serve, and as you do so you will carve out memories that will be etched into your heart and soul. Our memories and experiences, our friendships and closeness that we have developed will last with us wherever we go.
Memory has power to influence your mood, your view of the world, your testimony and scriptural understanding, and your personal connections.
There are specific teachings and friends we should remember who are high in their personal ranking because of the values they exemplify.