The Tanners share five principles of a Christlike education that will allow us to fulfill the dream and vision of BYU and its founders.
Through personal experiences, Dr. Matthew Wickman teaches what it means to thrive spiritually and how we can recognize if we are doing so.
Bishop Gérald Caussé teaches about the relationship between our bodies and spirits. Harmony between the two is the key to happiness.
Our faith, the Spirit, and Christ's love will help us succeed when the hard things we are asked to do seem impossible.
As we come to understand the Light of Christ and the Holy Ghost, we will be able to better receive guidance and direction.
As we learn and understand the Lord’s pattern for communicating with us, those small, melodic tones of the Spirit will lead us to the Savior.
We obtain the guidance of the Holy Spirit by praying, learning the gospel, living righteously, and serving in the Church.
The Holy Ghost guides us through promptings. We should use our spiritual abilities to receive and recognize the Spirit.
The spirit world has been spoken of as a place of preparation. Brent L. Top teaches that we prepare for death physically and spiritually from birth.
Steven C. Baugh tells us that when our spiritual branches are cut off from their roots, we separate ourselves from the Holy Ghost.
Michael A. Jensen teaches of the Holy Ghost and how we can recognize and receive revelation.
Dieter F. Uchtdorf tells BYU graduates: as you embark upon this new era of your lives, use your time wisely, continue to learn, and seek the Spirit always.
Elder Hales teaches how we can stand "'faithful and true' always," on "spiritual high ground."
How does the Spirit speak to you? This devotional explores Joseph Smith's experience in the Sacred Grove and its similarities to our own experiences.
The Holy Ghost offers comfort and guidance in the form of a still, small voice. We must learn to recognize, appreciate, and be worthy of this precious gift.
With faith, clean living, pure motive, and the love of Christ, we can expect revelation every day through the Spirit of God.
Each of us must find and know the way the Lord chooses to communicate with us through the Holy Ghost. This process is extremely personal. The Lord will not use methods to communicate with each of us different from those He has used in the past.
Discerning our journey through the world entails, first, choosing specific worthy destinations rather than just drifting somewhere.
We ought to seek out the gift of discernment, which makes us quick to observe right from wrong, the needs of others, and the promptings of the Spirit.
An understanding of how personal revelation works will allow us to develop a closer relationship with God and to live better, happier lives.
The Holy Ghost is a teacher, guardian, and comforter who will never fail us. If we listen to the voice of the Spirit, we will have an infallible guide.
The Lord can bless any of His children with an epiphany of knowledge and guidance. Consistent, strong inspiration is possible through the Holy Ghost.
It is difficult sometimes to hear the voice of the Spirit amid the noises of the world, but it is worth the effort to have the Spirit's guidance and peace.
Every child of God is entitled to experience “hosanna” moments, when the manifestations of the Spirit prompts mantic celebration.
The Holy Ghost will guide our lives and help us change if we allow it. Elder Hugh W. Pinnock suggests eight ways to better abide by the Spirit.
God bless us that we may have the good sense to take the Holy Spirit as our guide and accomplish the purpose for which this life was given to us.
Russell M. Nelson shares some of his greatest life lessons about the body, the spirit, the power of love, and the dependability of divine law.
Each of us is able and entitled to receive personal revelation, if we seek the Spirit of God with all our hearts. Is it our greatest desire?
The things of the world, or of the flesh, must be learned by the methods of the world. The things of the spirit, however, must be learned by the Spirit.
It is easy, among so many different voices in the world, to be deceived. But if we are worthy of the Spirit and true to the Church, we won't be led astray.