We must emulate Christ's love and live His revealed doctrine to carry Christ's name through our actions and examples.
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.
How inspired professors and faithful fellow students can help BYU flourish through an atmosphere of respect and trust.
L. Todd Budge explains the four steps to a "broke" heart and contrite spirit. We must desire, inquire, require, and retire.
Estela Marquez shares her life story to show how enduring and trusting to the end enables us to overcome life's challenges.
As we encounter challenges in life, yoking ourselves with and meekly placing our total trust in God will allow us to reap the rewards of a faithful life.
Everyone experiences trials and difficulty in life, but if we choose to trust the lord, he can see us through to the end.
When adversity challenges your faith, remember that you can trust God, "thy troubles to bless." In His hands, trials can change us and teach us of His love.
Though it is not always easy, God expects us to trust in Him. Beth Luthy shares how having the faith to do His will caused miracles to happen in her life.
When others question your beliefs and choices, it is tempting to panic and doubt yourself. Instead, trust in the things you know to be true.
Carolyn Billings shares how she learned to trust in the Lord even—or especially—when life is overwhelming. He is with you all the way.
Alma's counsel to his sons is very applicable to us today. BYU graduates need to know how much the Lord loves them, and to put their trust in God first.
Among the contributions BYU graduates will give to the world, what is required of them by the Lord? It's nothing new: to keep His commandments.
Get true understanding as you study, pray, and serve. Such understanding comes as you trust in the Lord, rather than yourself.
This life is for us to learn. We will be blessed as we use our agency to exercise our faith in God.
The awareness of God’s love for us, of His unreserved guidance and support, should inspire us to likewise extend our reach to those who look to us for direction and relief.
Instead of stressing or blaming, sometimes it is best to “be still,” become humble, and put your trust in God, believing that all is well.
As we face the challenges of life, we must remember to put our trust in the Lord rather than "the arm of flesh," the limited knowledge of man.
We must learn to have trust in the Lord, in ourselves, and in others - and we must act so that we can earn the trust of others.
Faith means trust—trust in God’s will and timing. We must not try, in our personal lives or in building His kingdom, to impose our timetable on His.
We can rely on and trust the Lord. He never forgets any of us or any of our needs.
It is inevitable that life will not go according to plan at times. Rather than complain, we must learn to trust God when things go wrong.
Last week, on July 24, we honored the pioneers as we celebrated the 150th anniversary of their arrival in the Salt Lake Valley. “It is now 1997, and the future is ahead,” President Hinckley proclaimed last April in general conference. He noted that great things were expected of the pioneers and that great things are now expected of us. He said that we now have “an overwhelming challenge to go…
I had been a missionary in Taiwan less than a month when my companion and I decided to go to the National Palace Museum on preparation day. While waiting at the bus stop, surrounded by a sea of people with black hair and dark eyes, I noticed an older Caucasian woman approach. What immediately caught my attention was that she simply radiated tranquility, serenity, and peace. She came to where…
If we allow ourselves to be molded by His loving hands, Heavenly Father will be our Potter. He can make more of us than we can dream.
Thank you for coming. As I anticipated being here on an August evening, I tried to imagine who might come. August is year-end for me. It’s a time to evaluate, a time to get excited about new beginnings. I suppose I am one whose fiscal year will always be connected to the academic year. School is a symbol to me of lifelong learning and growth. On long hot days, my…
The two great promises of the gospel are exaltation if we endure to the end and support in our trials if we trust the Lord.
As we seek the "assurance" and the "evidence" (grand as well as personal) of God's Plan of Salvation and all "things hoped for," we are increasing faith.
Trust and accountability are the principles that make families, universities, and the Church run. Keep the trust that has been given to you.
Marvin J. Ashton's message is take up your cross. Take yourself the way you are and lift yourself in the direction of the better.
Life is a struggle. Major decisions face all of you. But they are solvable and you will pass through them successfully if you trust in the Lord.
How often do we ask ourselves "Can God trust me?" Trust involves accepting what we do not understand, even when we are not certain of the outcome.
God is the gardener of our lives. When we put our life in harmony with His will, we will be able to become what we are meant to be.
President David O. McKay speaks on how gospel ideals can act as an anchor to keep us steady during the rough storms of our lives.
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