Perhaps, if I was to lead a discussion on this conference talk, I would have two containers at the front of the room. Then I would fill them with water and fill the bigger container about half full and the small container to the brim. “Which one has met its capacity?” Continue reading
by President Russell M. Nelson
I used to pray, and to be honest I sometimes still slip into this mode, to let so-and-so “be safe.” What does that even mean? Do I really expect all my loved ones to be able to live in some kind of bubble totally protected from the world and make it through unscathed? This is not a realistic hope and it won’t help anyone I’m praying for. Continue reading
by Elder Gary E. Stevenson
It all comes back to basics. Here we are, living in a time when even the ‘very elect’ (JS-Mat 1:22) can be deceived. So, how do we combat it? Basics. Continue reading
by Elder Ronald A. Rasband
A much needed tutorial about the Spirit. There seems to be one or two of these every conference because they are needed. Continue reading
by Elder Dale G. Renlund
Below is the link to the General Conference talk by Elder Renlund. Between the link and here I share a few of my personal thoughts on the subject. Continue reading
by Brian K. Ashton
Below is the link to the General Conference talk by Brother Ashton. Between the link and here I share a few of my personal thoughts on the subject. Continue reading
by Robert D. Hales
In Doctrine and Covenants section 9, we learn from Oliver Cowdery’s example about the gift of the Holy Ghost. “Behold, you have not understood; you have supposed that I would give it unto you, when you took no thought save it was to ask me.”
by David A. Bednar
“We are imperfect human beings striving to live in mortality according to Heavenly Father’s perfect plan of eternal progression. The requirements of His plan are glorious, merciful, and rigorous. We may at times be filled with determination and at other times feel totally inadequate. We may wonder if we spiritually can ever fulfill the commandment to stand spotless before Him at the last day.”
by Henry B. Eyring
I had to take two semesters of Spanish in school. What do I remember from all those tests and hours of study? Buene Suerte.
Not much to show for all the time I put into it.
by Henry B. Eyring
We do what we can to help others bear their burdens. Even if it is just to mourn with those that mourn. I know first hand how important it is to have someone share your loss with you. Those are the things we promised to do.