Estela Marquez shares her life story to show how enduring and trusting to the end enables us to overcome life's challenges.
As we work hard, choose wisely, overcome opposition, and exercise faith, we recognize our divine destiny.
Spiritual experiences, hard work, and service are key to shaping the future. Don't procrastinate these daily choices, because yesterday's tomorrow is today.
What is your calling in life? Jeffrey A. Thompson instructs his audience how to seek the Lord's help in finding their individual life's purpose.
There are times where our tasks seem too hard to complete, but the Lord knows that our growth depends on struggle and challenge. He is always there with us.
Practice makes perfect, but work is more than mere practice. Work opens us to revelation and spiritual gifts.
In navigating this confusing world, we will need strong faith and works that are the sustaining evidence of our faith in Christ.
It may seem ideal to have no responsibilities, but the blessing of work is one that cannot be understated. God expects us to productively build His kingdom.
Sister Marjorie Pay Hinckley advises recent graduates to take action in all parts of their lives by just doing what needs to be done.
The Lord needs strong leaders as His work moves forward. He is performing miracles, and has important work for each of us to do.
Gordon B. Hinckley speaks of the noble pioneers. The pioneers were people of great faith, of tremendous loyalty, and of unbending integrity.
Although everyone on earth has a different experience, the lessons that have helped people lead a good life are universal.
In life's constant opportunities for giving and getting, let us be more concerned with giving. Nothing worth getting comes without effort and sacrifice.
Much less known than the economic law of decreasing returns is the spiritual law of increasing returns. Working and waiting are worth the blessings.
God did not go to the trouble of creating the earth and creating us in his own image for us to fail. Our motivations will determine our life's success.
We must not be afraid of honest, hard work. Elder Longden warns of the entitlement mentality latent in certain prevailing attitudes.
From the days of Adam, we have been commanded to work for what we need and want. Nothing worthwhile comes without constant and hard work.
The inspired welfare program of the Church is founded upon the eternal gospel principles of unity, charity, and hard work.