Bishop Gérald Caussé teaches about the relationship between our bodies and spirits. Harmony between the two is the key to happiness.
The process of receiving revelation requires familiarizing ourselves with the Spirit. As children of God, all are entitled to His help.
Like walking when your legs are frozen, sometimes what we least want to do is the very thing we need to keep our spiritual lifeblood flowing.
Michelle Stott James speaks on the importance of cultivating spiritual perspective in order to kindle the rejuvenating fire of the Lord.
We should assess our spiritual hearts to ensure that they are pure, soft, grateful, and obedient. We should be of one heart with others.
To build a foundation of spiritual stability, build it on Christ through obeying, heeding counsel and learning, and serving others.
Spiritual experiences, hard work, and service are key to shaping the future. Don't procrastinate these daily choices, because yesterday's tomorrow is today.
Instituting personal devotionals, scriptural immersion, and utilizing the atonement are ways we can inoculate ourselves against worldly "sicknesses."
God will give us our daily "bread," whether a physical or spiritual need, as we make daily choices to seek Him, work through problems, and serve others.
The admonitions that we receive from our leaders to attend church, pray, read the scriptures, and remain worthy of the influence of the Holy Ghost can be viewed as reminders to regularly correct our courses by reference to divine standards.
Elder Hales teaches how we can stand "'faithful and true' always," on "spiritual high ground."
Mary Anne Prater shows how spiritual maps help us navigate life, and also how we can relate the counsel given to Emma Smith to ourselves.
The summer graduating class of 2001 should remember the light they received at BYU while heading into their future.
We must keep room in our lives for Christ and for faith if we are to be happy and successful on life's journey. Preparedness is key to this endeavor.
Is the Church found in chapels? Temples? Homes? Only if it is first in the hearts of its members. “The kingdom of God is within you.”
Using the tagline, "spiritual is as spiritual does," Mary Ellen Edmunds reminds us that spirituality is determined by the steps we take to develop it.
As you seek valuable secular education, remember that your spiritual education must take first priority in order to secure eternal knowledge and blessings.
Spiritual leprosy, like physical leprosy, can cause us to lose feeling. Yet, like physical illness, we can be healed through courage and the help of Christ.
Reflecting on his upbringing, Elder Dunn shares stories of his community heritage and invites us to embrace our common spiritual heritage.
Are we sometimes guilty of portraying a righteous appearance but lacking true spiritual substance? The essence of real godliness is explored.
There are many talents worth pursuing, but none that surpass the talent of spirituality. Elder Rector gives suggestions to help us improve this talent.
Don't be like the man who, in the parable of the king's wedding feast, appeared without the proper clothes. Get spiritually dressed; prepare to meet God.
Vaughn J. Featherstone shares poignant experiences that illustrate some of the virtues we need to seek out if we want greater spirituality in our lives.
You can gain a personal experience with the Lord just as the disciples and He will tarry with you, as He did with them.
Elder Neal A. Maxwell teaches that chastity and family love are key components to healthy individual, family, and community spiritual ecology.
All too often our carnal nature manifests itself by selfishness and anger. By nurturing our spiritual side, we can become "something higher than self."
We, as the apostles did long ago, must ask the Lord, “Whither shall we go?” He will guide us in on the path that leads back to our Heavenly Father.
Living the gospel is about so much more than checking boxes. Keep your spirituality strong by focusing on the spirit, rather than the letter, of the law.