The world's beauty is a gift to us just as everything else is. To repay Him for His goodness, we should serve Him.
The restoration of the gospel is about hope. Heidi S. Swinton speaks of the restoration and how its message should bring "peace like a river" to our souls.
Our testimonies let us trust that we are part of a very important pattern in building the kingdom of God, even if we can’t see it in its entirety. Every skill, talent, and ability we have, whether inborn or developed in callings or other areas of our lives, helps us be more serviceable in the kingdom.
Elaine S. Marshall reminds us that because of the Atonement, we can choose to have joy in this life, no matter how difficult our trials may be.
Christ's commandment to "be of good cheer" often comes in the midst of adversity. No trial is more powerful than the peace of His grace.
Nephi delighted in plainness so that his people could learn. Similarly, we should live our lives and teach the gospel with more simplicity.
The call to arise and shine forth reminds each of us to champion the cause of virtue in the world—and modesty in dress is an essential element of virtue.
Joy and sorrow are twinborn: joy comes not from having a pain-free life but from conquering the obstacles, even when they are painful.
Donna Packer teaches about the divine nature of womanhood. Women have an integral role in guiding and supporting God's kingdom here on the earth.
We have sacred roles as women and men. We can achieve a fulness of joy by fulfilling these roles, preparing to return to live with our Father in Heaven.
In times of trial and tribulation, the Lord will always be with us to strengthen our backs and lighten our loads. Suffering makes us stronger.
In the same breath that Nephi said his "soul delighteth" in God, he admitted that he gets discouraged. What can we learn from him about the joy of the Lord?
The gospel of Christ is one of joy, happiness, and optimism. Let us cultivate a merry heart, a cheerful countenance, and a sense of humor.
Women of the Church come from all walks of life, but each woman, when her foundation is strong in Christ, builds the Kingdom of God in her own unique way.
In her BYU Women's Conference address, Patricia T. Holland teaches that peace comes as we love each other without judgment, comparison, or pettiness.
The word of God is more powerful than sword or any other force. When it seems that nothing else is able, God's word has the power to heal and change us.