Finding strength in the Lord requires trusting in Him and His plan even when our trials are not resolved like we want them to be.
Brigitte Madrian speaks of five gospel truths that have been reinforced to her when exploring the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
While hiking in the Grand Tetons, Michael Dunn learned how climbing mountains—both literal and metaphorical—helps us develop strength, courage, and faith.
Modern mighty women in Israel do the Lord's work in different ways. Here, Brother Brough explains how each of those ways is significant to God.
We can find power and strength in service, involvement, and commitment during turbulent times.
As you build on strengths and weaknesses, make sure to recognize limitations, remain faithful to covenants, and trust the Lord.
Brigham Young University librarian Janet B. Bradford discusses how we can learn to carry on amidst challenges and adversity.
Professor Brau discusses how he has always shared spiritual thoughts in his classroom, helping students feel the Spirit even while learning finance.
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.
Much more important than the foundations of the physical buildings we inhabit are the spiritual and covenantal foundations of our lives.
As we are strengthened by the hand of the Lord we will find the strength we need to make it through each and every one of our trials.
How do we overcome our weaknesses? In this devotional, Michael Barnes gives advice on how to receive help from the Lord when overcoming weaknesses.
God can offer us deliverance through the hardest of trials, including comfort in grief, strength in opposition, and escape from sin.
In our journey to be strong and of a good courage, the Lord has given us the Gospel as our aide. Donald L. Staheli counsels all to stay on the Lord's path.
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Communities full of love and support can foster unique opportunities of spiritual mentorship and positive peer connections.
Christ's Atonement does more than cleanse us from sin. His grace is also an enabling power to become better and serve more faithfully.
Recognizing the divinity in each of our brothers and sisters helps us to see opportunities for service in our relationships.
Following the guidance of the Holy Ghost and seeking strength from eight pure sources will improve your life and connect you to God.
As you pass through the trials of this life, remember that the Lord is eagerly standing by and waiting to provide you with strength in your adversities.
We must be aware that not only our weaknesses, but also our strengths, in excess, become our downfall. Humility is the key to preventing such corruption.
The cross that we are each called to bear is unique and incomparable. The moment we choose to take it up is a defining moment in eternity.
Take a moment to reflect on your life, your strengths and your weaknesses. What does your life say about your personal articles of faith?