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  • "Just as chalk can be removed from a blackboard, with sincere repentance the effects of our transgression can be erased through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. That promise applies in every case."

    —Boyd K. Packer, "The Key to Spiritual Protection"
    Topics: Repentance, Atonement

  • "Godly sorrow leads to conversion and a change of heart. It causes us to hate sin and love goodness. It encourages us to stand up and walk in the light of Christ’s love. True repentance is about transformation, not torture or torment."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "You Can Do It Now!"
    Topics: Repentance

  • "Youth who have been exposed to immoral images at a very early age are terrified that they may have already disqualified themselves for missionary service and sacred covenants. … I want to assure you young people [that] through repentance you can qualify for all the blessings of heaven. That is what the Savior’s Atonement is all about."

    —Quentin L. Cook, "Can Ye Feel So Now?", Ensign and Liahona, November 2012
    Topics: Repentance, Pornography

  • "There is an important difference between the sorrow for sin that leads to repentance and the sorrow that leads to despair."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "You Can Do It Now!"
    Topics: Repentance

  • "We need not worry if we can't simultaneously do all of the things that the Lord has counseled us to do. He has spoken of a time and a season for all things. In response to our sincere prayers for guidance, He will direct us in what should be emphasized at each phase of our life. We can learn, grow, and become like Him one consistent step at a time."

    —Richard G. Scott, "For Peace at Home"
    Topics: Improvement

  • "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: Tolerance

  • "Be not moved. You have a great destiny before you. This is your moment! I truly believe that one virtuous young woman, led by the Spirit, can change the world!"

    —Elaine S. Dalton, "Be Not Moved!"
    Topics: Virtue

  • "My earnest prayer is that you will have the courage required to refrain from judging others, the courage to be chaste and virtuous, and the courage to stand firm for truth and righteousness. As you do so, you will be ‘an example of the believers’ (1 Timothy 4:12), and your life will be filled with love and peace and joy."

    —Thomas S. Monson, "May You Have Courage"
    Topics: Virtue

  • "Virtue is the strength and power of daughters of God. … If all humanity really understood the importance of the statement ‘We are daughters of our Heavenly Father,’ how would women be regarded and treated?"

    —Elaine S. Dalton, "We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father"
    Topics: Virtue

  • "All missionaries, younger and older, serve with the sole hope of making life better for other people. The decision to serve a mission will shape the spiritual destiny of the missionary, his or her spouse, and their posterity for generations to come."

    —Russell M. Nelson, "Ask the Missionaries! They Can Help You!"
    Topics: Work of Salvation