One of the most important lessons we can take from BYU is to sacrifice for one another. Don't leave Jonny behind. Some races are better finished together.
Service is tightly related to sacrifice. Making service convenient can be a challenge, but serving will bless our lives.
President Samuelson shares memories of his parents to show how celebrations like these create legacies of hard work and family support for generations.
Sister Virginia U. Jensen, then first counselor in the general Relief Society presidency, spoke to the Faculty Women’s Association at BYU in January of this year. She recalled the first time she had to give a talk in the Tabernacle on Temple Square. She noted that she had never had a desire to speak in the Tabernacle. I guess that is how I feel about my experience today. I have…
Gordon B. Hinckley speaks of the noble pioneers. The pioneers were people of great faith, of tremendous loyalty, and of unbending integrity.
We live the law of sacrifice by sacrificing our time, items, or reputations. Sacrifice connects the events of the two gardens: Eden and Gethsemane.
In life's constant opportunities for giving and getting, let us be more concerned with giving. Nothing worth getting comes without effort and sacrifice.
Sacrifice is the source of love. To truly love someone else or the Lord, we must be willing to sacrifice and pay whatever price is necessary.
God's plan of salvation hinges on the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ. In return for His love, can we not make our own small sacrifices for Him?
As we get serious about our covenants and look for the Lord's plan in our lives, we will see the blessings waiting for us.
The scriptures say that we are "bought with a price." We forever owe our love and devotion to Jesus Christ for His ransoming sacrifice.