As sons and daughters of God, each one of us has the ability and the obligation to testify and defend the work of the Lord. I beg you not to lean away or drop your voice in these situations.
The Lord has sent you comfort—many sources of comfort and inspiration—not the least of which are witnesses in stars and stones that He lives, that He loves you, and that He has set in place a plan by which all that He has created can be yours if you will have faith and endure.
I bear solemn testimony that the restored gospel of Jesus Christ is rolling forth under His direction and in preparation for His second coming.
The gospel, from our eternal identity as God's children to the doctrine of the Atonement of Christ to the Restoration of His Church, is a message sublime.
Do our lives, as well as our words, bear testimony of Jesus Christ? Elder Asay gives counsel on how to make sure we are honest disciples of Christ.
The Lord's law of witnesses enabled Jesus Christ to testify of his own divinity with certainty, and in a similar way it enables us to testify of Him.
Joseph Fielding Smith recounts the testimonies of the witnesses to the Book of Mormon and the restoration of the priesthood. The importance of their testimonies is in keeping with the Lord's law of divine witnesses.
The law of divine witnesses adds credibility and power to the testimony of Joseph Smith regarding the Book of Mormon and the restoration of the priesthood.