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"“When we follow Jesus Christ, we act as He would act and love as He would love.""
—Russell M. Nelson, "The Work of Salvation: Parable of a Father at Bedtime"
Topics: Work of Salvation
"“So we do all we can. Then we wait upon the Lord for His revelation. He has His own timetable.""
"“Can you see how the Lord accomplishes His work? Our Heavenly Father knows His children. He is listening to their prayers. He knows who is seeking Him, and He will lead us to them.""
"“The priesthood sometimes prides itself with having the power to do the teaching. They don’t come near the power that’s given to a mother. The greatest teaching in the Church is done by the mothers.""
""In all conditions, we can choose the right with the guidance of the Spirit. We have the gospel of Jesus Christ to shape and guide our lives if we choose it. And with prophets revealing to us our place in the plan of salvation, we can live with perfect hope and a feeling of peace.""
"We believe in absolute truth, including the existence of God and the right and wrong established by His commandments. ... We also know that evil exists and that some things are simply, seriously, and everlastingly wrong.""
—Dallin H. Oaks, "Balancing Truth and Tolerance", February 2013, /ensign/2013/02/balancing-truth-and-tolerance
Topics: Agency, Tolerance
""I testify that when we act in faith the Lord will show us how to strengthen His Church in the wards and branches in which we live. He will be with us and will become an active partner in our missionary labors.""
"“Fundamental to any effort to receive revelation is a commitment to do all we can with our own efforts and judgment. This means we need to serve and to work.""
"“We work together in faith and unity—faith that the Lord will guide our steps and unity with each other and with the missionaries, always motivated by our love for Him, our love for one another, and our love for those we serve.”"
"There’s a word, 'repent.' What does the 're' in repent mean? It means you do it again—repeat, repent. And then you have to backtrack to the point where you went off track and go forward, free from the challenges that were with you then."