By making covenants and centering our lives in Jesus Christ, we accept the vision He has for us and choose to live an abundant life.
The Lord has asked us to walk through the darkness of mortality, but He also provides flashes of light to grow our faith and reveal the way.
Taking charge of our own testimony means partnering with the Lord to steadily grow and develop ourselves to become more refined and faithful.
“To believe on their words” doesn’t mean relying on the faith of others but borrowing a spark to light your own testimony aflame.
"Wicked problems" are tricky problems with no easy answers, Eric Gillet says—much like testimony. Design thinking can help.
Discipleship means to turn to God for answers to their questions and to align their actions with their faith in order to "really believe."
To keep and strengthen your testimony, you must fight for it.
When communicating our beliefs, we should be authentic, humble, loving and put both feet forward by bearing our testimonies unafraid.
Donald L. Hallstrom encourages us to learn to love God with our hearts and with a willing mind, to dedicate ourselves to Him and His service.
Elder Jay E. Jensen demonstrates the importance of building upon the rock of Jesus Christ by anchoring ourselves in His word.
For young Larry EchoHawk, a testimony of the Book of Mormon was an unexpected gift that continued to yield blessings throughout his life.
You will embark on many important pilgrimages throughout your life, but the most crucial will be the pilgrimage that leads to gain a testimony of Christ.
Just like in Lehi's dream, there will always be those who mock you for choosing different standards and goals. Don't let them ruin your commitment.
Your spiritual development, particularly the development of a firm Matiu Kauri–like testimony, will be of great value to you in perilous times.
In a world where gospel standards and worldly standards are growing farther apart, it is up to us to testify of Christ in word and deed.
The Lord has placed the potential to do great things within each of us, and all we need to do is follow Him to fulfill that destiny.
The blessings of a testimony of the gospel are tremendous. While these blessings are personal, here are just a few of the most impactful.
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.
A testimony of Jesus Christ and the restoration of His gospel will be an anchor to our souls, giving us direction and faith to weather the storms of life.
Gordon B. Hinckley teaches that we are largely the product of our beliefs and shares ten important things he believes.
Elder John K. Carmack pays tribute to the testimony of the late Elder Bruce R. McConkie, who "taught as one having authority" and bore witness of Christ.
It is an honor for me to be with you today. Although I didn’t attend the Y, I have great pride in this university. I am proud of what you accomplish. I am impressed by your spirit and your enthusiasm and your unity. I hope that you take advantage of every moment that you are here. Take advantage of every opportunity before it is finished because this is a great…
It is each of our responsibility to preserve generational testimony by teaching truth to our children and strengthening our families.
The simple eternal truth of the gospel is that Jesus Christ is our Redeemer and has restored His Church to the earth to help us return to Him.
Elder McConkie offers his testimony of Christ's divine parentage. We, too, can testify of his identity as the Son of God; we can "declare his generation."
Take the time to develop your own testimony of the gospel. It will be most valuable to you as a missionary, a student, and in all aspects of your life.
Pioneers early and modern have made immense sacrifices for their testimony of the gospel. They know that if it is true, little else really matters.
A testimony of the gospel is essential for your eternal welfare. It is the most important type of knowledge to pursue, and as with all knowledge, requires diligence and humility.
The Lord's promises for His Church and Kingdom are great, and we are already beginning to see some of them fulfilled. I testify that they all will be.
There were times that God left the Savior to fight His own battles. Likewise, He will allow you to grow through the struggle of finding your own testimony.
Each of us is a temple of God. Do not leave this university without gaining a testimony of that responsibility and becoming committed to it.
We should build our testimonies and lives on the foundation of revealed truth that teaches us about the nature of God and His relationship to us.
Don't get caught up in the thick of thin things. Seek the lasting, the eternal, the valuable. Seek testimony, family, and the blessings God has for you.
J Reuben Clark shares his deep and abiding testimony that Jesus Christ is our Creator and Redeemer—a testimony we all need to seek.
A testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ will prompt you to repent when you sin. It will also give you the conviction to stand up for your beliefs.
The Lord needs more than the half-hearted faith and obedience of lukewarm disciples. Let us seek stability in our devotion to Him.
In this brief fireside testimony, John A. Widtsoe reminds us that a testimony is living. Having one today does not mean that it will be here tomorrow.
The law of divine witnesses adds credibility to Joseph Smith's testimony of the Book of Mormon and the restoration of the priesthood.
A strong testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ takes effort—but is well worth it. Testimony can carry you through the challenges of life.