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Inspirational Message Archive

  • "My promise to you who pray and serve the Lord cannot be that you will have every blessing you may wish for yourself and your family. But I can promise you that the Savior will draw close to you and bless you and your family with what is best. You will have the comfort of His love and feel the answer of His drawing closer as you reach out your arms in giving service to others. As you bind up the wounds of those in need and offer the cleansing of His Atonement to those who sorrow in sin, the Lord’s power will sustain you. His arms are outstretched with yours to succor and bless the children of our Heavenly Father, including those in your family."

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

  • "By the ordinance [of baptism], we become part of the covenant people of the Lord and heirs of the celestial kingdom of God."

    —D. Todd Christofferson, "The Power of Covenants"
    Topics: Covenants, Ordinances, Baptism

  • "All of the ordinances invite us to increase our faith in Jesus Christ and to make and keep covenants with God. As we keep these sacred covenants, we receive priesthood power and blessings."

    —Neil L. Andersen, "Power in the Priesthood"
    Topics: Covenants, Priesthood

  • "Making and cheerfully keeping our covenants gives validity and life to the vital sacred and saving ordinances we need to receive in order to obtain ‘all that [the] Father hath.’"

    —Linda K. Burton, "The Power, Joy, and Love of Covenant Keeping"
    Topics: Covenants

  • "We are beloved spirit sons and daughters of heavenly parents, with a divine nature and destiny. Our Savior, Jesus Christ, loved us enough to give His life for us. His Atonement provides the way for us to progress on the path to our heavenly home, through sacred priesthood ordinances and covenants."

    —Carole M. Stephens, "Do We Know What We Have"
    Topics: Atonement, Priesthood, Covenants

  • "To perform our covenant duty as the salt of the earth, we must be different from those around us. This requires us to make some changes from our family culture, our ethnic culture, or our national culture. We must change all elements of our behavior that are in conflict with gospel commandments, covenants, and culture."

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "The Salt of the Earth"
    Topics: Covenants

  • "Children of the covenant have the right to receive His doctrine and to know the plan of salvation. They claim it by making covenants of sacred significance."

    —Russell M. Nelson, "Covenants"
    Topics: Covenants

  • "Every soul, living or dead, who is accountable for his or her actions, needs the blessing of these sacred ordinances, and we can help our family members receive them."

    —Cook, "Our Father's Plan Is About Families"
    Topics: Family History

  • "No work is more of a protection to this Church than temple work and the family history research that supports it. No work is more spiritually refining. No work we do gives us more power. No work requires a higher standard of righteousness. Our labors in the temple cover us with a shield and a protection, both individually and as a people."

    —Boyd K. Packer, "The Holy Temple"
    Topics: Family History

  • "Never forget that family history—and the temple ordinances enabled by it—are an essential part of the work of salvation. Participating in this sacred work for the dead blesses the lives of the living. It strengthens our faith and commitment to the gospel, helps us resist temptation, draws families closer together, and strengthens our wards and stakes."

    —Quentin L. Cook, "Our Father's Plan Is About Families"
    Topics: Family History