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  • "It is a fundamental truth that through the Atonement of Jesus Christ we can be cleansed. We can become virtuous and pure. However, sometimes our poor choices leave us with long-term consequences. One of the vital steps to complete repentance is to bear the short- and long-term consequences of our past sins."

    —Richard G. Scott, "Personal Strength through the Atonement of Jesus Christ"
    Topics: Atonement

  • "By the power of the Atonement, people I know well and love became new, and the effects of sin were wiped away. My heart has been filled with love for the Savior and the loving Father who sent Him."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "To My Grandchildren"
    Topics: Atonement

  • "It is crucial to remember that we are living—and chose to live—in a fallen world where for divine purposes our pursuit of godliness will be tested and tried again and again. Of greatest assurance in God’s plan is that a Savior was promised, a Redeemer, who through our faith in Him would lift us triumphantly over those tests and trials, even though the cost to do so would be unfathomable for both the Father who sent Him and the Son who came. It is only an appreciation of this divine love that will make our own lesser suffering first bearable, then understandable, and finally redemptive."

    —Jeffrey R. Holland, "Like a Broken Vessel"
    Topics: Atonement

  • "I bear witness of that day when loved ones whom we knew to have disabilities in mortality will stand before us glorified and grand, breathtakingly perfect in body and mind. What a thrilling moment that will be! I do not know whether we will be happier for ourselves that we have witnessed such a miracle or happier for them that they are fully perfect and finally 'free at last.' Until that hour when Christ’s consummate gift is evident to us all, may we live by faith, hold fast to hope, and show 'compassion one of another' (1 Peter 3:8.)"

    —Jeffrey R. Holland, "Like a Broken Vessel"
    Topics: Easter, Resurrection

  • "The difficulties which come to us present us with the real test of our ability to endure. A fundamental question remains to be answered by each of us: Shall I falter, or shall I finish? Some do falter as they find themselves unable to rise above their challenges. To finish involves enduring to the very end of life itself."

    —Thomas S. Monson, "“I Will Not Fail Thee, nor Forsake Thee”"
    Topics: Adversity, Prophetic Messages

  • "At this Easter season we are reminded of why we love Him and of the promise He makes to His faithful disciples to become His beloved friends. The Savior made that promise and told us how, in our service to Him, He comes to us. … 'Be faithful and diligent in keeping the commandments of God, and I will encircle thee in the arms of my love' (D&C 6:20). I experienced the joy of coming closer to the Savior and of His coming closer to me most often through simple acts of obedience to the commandments."

    —Henry B. Eyring, ""Come unto Me""
    Topics: Easter, Obedience

  • "We need to know that the Lord rarely speaks loudly. His messages almost always come in a whisper."

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "In His Own Time, In His Own Way"
    Topics: Revelation

  • "Revelation is not constant. The Lord’s way puts limits on how often He will speak to us by His Spirit. Not understanding this, some have been misled by expecting revelation too frequently."

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "In His Own Time, In His Own Way"
    Topics: Revelation

  • "Revelation is a reality. It comes in the Lord’s way and according to the Lord’s timetable."

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "In His Own Time, in His Own Way"
    Topics: Conference, Revelation, Prophets

  • "In addition to inviting us to hold personal and family scripture study, Heavenly Father wants us to regularly study and apply what we have learned in conference. I testify that those who put their trust in the Lord and heed this counsel in faith will gain great strength to bless themselves and their families for generations to come."

    —Robert D. Hales, "General Conference: Strengthening Faith and Testimony"
    Topics: General Conference