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  • "The Lord has a plan for us in this life. He knows us. He knows what is best for us. Just because things are going well does not mean that we should not from time to time consider whether there might be something better. If we continue to live as we are living, will the promised blessings be fulfilled?"

    —Carlos A. Godoy, "The Lord Has a Plan for Us!"
    Topics: Change

  • ""Many choices are not inherently evil, but if they absorb all of our time and keep us from the best choices, then they become insidious. Even worthwhile endeavors need evaluation in order to determine if they have become distractions from the best goals.""

    —Quentin L. Cook, "Choose Wisely"
    Topics: Goals

  • "Personal testimony of the gospel and the Church is the most important thing you can earn in this life. It will not only bless and guide you during this life, but it will also have a direct bearing on your life throughout eternity."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "Receiving a Testimony of Light and Truth"
    Topics: Goals, Testimony

  • ""Lifetime goals … take focus and time to achieve. Making these goals is not enough; we must make a plan to carry them out. Tonight or tomorrow, ponder what you want to achieve in your life and what your goals should be. Take the time to write them down and review them throughout the coming years. Then spend a few hours asking yourself what you can do to accomplish these goals today, tomorrow, next week, and in months ahead.""

    —Robert D. Hales, "How to Achieve Lifetime Goals"
    Topics: Goals

  • "Now is the time to align our goals with God’s goals. His work and His glory—"to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man"—can become ours."

    —Russell M. Nelson, "Now Is the Time to Prepare"
    Topics: Goals

  • "Set goals that are well balanced—not too many nor too few, and not too high nor too low. Write down your attainable goals and work on them according to their importance. Pray for divine guidance in your goal setting."

    —M. Russell Ballard, "Keeping Life's Demands in Balance"
    Topics: Goals

  • "Yes, obtaining talents requires work, but how great shall be our joy when we hear the Lord tell us, "Well done. Thy gifts and talents shall be multiplied because of thy diligence" (see Matthew 25:14–30)."

    —Mervyn B. Arnold, "Where Am I? How to Discover and Develop Your Spiritual Gifts and Talents"
    Topics: Goals

  • "Endure to the end we must, for our goal is eternal life in the presence of our Father in Heaven. He loves us and wants nothing more than for us to succeed in this goal. He will help us and bless us as we call upon Him in our prayers, as we study His words, and as we obey His commandments. Therein is found safety; therein is found peace."

    —Thomas S. Monson, "Till We Meet Again"
    Topics: Goals

  • "While the Christmas season is typically a time for looking back and celebrating the birth of our Lord, it seems to me that it should also be a time of looking to the future. Let us look forward. Let us prepare for that blessed day when He will come again. Let us be as wise as those ancients who watched for His coming."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "Seeing Christmas through New Eyes"
    Topics: Christmas

  • "The spirit of Christmas … puts in our hearts a desire to give joy to other people. We feel a spirit of giving and gratitude for what we have been given. The celebration of Christmas helps us keep our promise to always remember Him and His gifts to us. And that remembrance creates a desire in us to give gifts to Him."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "The Gift of a Savior"
    Topics: Christmas