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  • "As we strive to place Christ at the center of our lives by learning His words, by following His teachings, and by walking in His path, He has promised to share with us the eternal life that He died to gain. There is no higher end than this, that we should choose to accept His discipline and become His disciples and do His work throughout our lives. Nothing else, no other choice we make, can make of us what He can."

    —Thomas S. Monson, "Ponder the Path of Thy Feet"
    Topics: Obedience

  • "There are many attributes which are manifestations of love, such as kindness, patience, selflessness, understanding, and forgiveness. In all our associations, these and other such attributes will help make evident the love in our hearts. Usually our love will be shown in our day-to-day interactions one with another. All important will be our ability to recognize someone’s need and then to respond."

    —Thomas S. Monson, "Love—the Essence of the Gospel"
    Topics: Jesus Christ

  • "God loves you as He loves each and every one of His children, and His desire and purpose and glory is to have you return to Him pure and undefiled, having proven yourselves worthy of an eternity of joy in His presence."

    —Ezra Taft Benson, "A Message to the Rising Generation", Ensign, November 1977
    Topics: Marriage

  • "The Lord made it clear at the very start of this last dispensation that we were to take the gospel to all the world. What He said to the few priesthood holders in 1831 He says to the many now. Whatever our age, capacity, Church calling, or location, we are as one called to the work to help Him in His harvest of souls until He comes again."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "We Are One"
    Topics: Missionary Work

  • "As daughters of God we are each unique and different in our circumstances and experiences. And yet our part matters—because we matter."

    —Elaine S. Dalton, "We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father", Liahona, May 2013
    Topics: Love

  • "One of the greatest blessings we can offer to the world is the power of a Christ-centered home where the gospel is taught, covenants are kept, and love abounds."

    —Richard G. Scott, "For Peace at Home", Liahona, May 2013
    Topics: Christ

  • "Immersion in the scriptures is essential for spiritual nourishment. The word of God inspires commitment and acts as a healing balm for hurt feelings, anger, or disillusionment. When our commitment is diminished for any reason, part of the solution is repentance. Commitment and repentance are closely intertwined."

    —Quentin L. Cook, "Can Ye Feel So Now?", Liahona, November 2012
    Topics: Scriptures

  • "When we look to see the evidence of Creation all around us, from a grain of sand to the majestic planets, we begin to realize that we are the greatest of all God’s creations; we are created in His image. God created the earth in all its magnificent glory, not as an end in itself, but for us, His children. Indeed, we are His children, His offspring, and He is the Father of our spirits."

    —M. Russell Ballard, "The Handiwork of God", New Era, March 2006
    Topics: God's Love

  • "Even as we seek to be meek and to avoid contention, we must not compromise or dilute our commitment to the truths we understand. We must not surrender our positions or our values. The gospel of Jesus Christ and the covenants we have made inevitably cast us as combatants in the eternal contest between truth and error. There is no middle ground in that contest."

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "Loving Others and Living with Differences"
    Topics: Truth

  • "The gospel of Jesus Christ challenges us to change. “Repent” is its most frequent message, and repenting means giving up all of our practices—personal, family, ethnic, and national—that are contrary to the commandments of God. The purpose of the gospel is to transform common creatures into celestial citizens, and that requires change"

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "Repentance and Change", Ensign, November 2003
    Topics: Repentance