The Savior counsels us to completely avoid temptation instead of merely dealing with it when we are faced by it.
In this talk, W. Gibb Dyer Jr. discusses the importance of repentance and its fundamental purpose and function within our lives.
It is better to be than to seem. Be real, be genuine, be sincere in your relationship with God and in your relationships with others—including dating.
Sins and mistakes can both hurt us, but are not the same thing. Understanding the difference between the two is necessary to learn how to deal with them.
Just as we choose quality in the products we manufacture and consume, we must choose quality in our actions and lives, and we must choose it early.
We cannot sin without accepting the consequences, and sin always brings suffering. Sincere repentance is not easy, but it is possible.
The law of chastity is a principle of eternal significance. Take seriously this counsel to avoid sin, and to use the blessings of repentance when needed.
Christ overcame temptation for appetite, glory, and wealth. He did not have a price. His way was inconvenient, and ours will be too if we truly follow Him.
Understanding the difference between love and lust can help us in understanding God's laws about reserving sexual intimacy for marriage.