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  • "We cannot truly love God if we do not love our fellow travelers on this mortal journey. Likewise, we cannot fully love our fellowmen if we do not love God, the Father of us all. The Apostle John tells us, “This commandment have we from him, That he who loveth God love his brother also.” We are all spirit children of our Heavenly Father and, as such, are brothers and sisters. As we keep this truth in mind, loving all of God’s children will become easier."

    —Thomas S. Monson, "Love—the Essence of the Gospel"
    Topics: Loving God

  • "His gospel is a gospel of love—love for God and love for one another. He directs us to follow his example. Our discipleship is measured by how well we comply."

    —M. Russell Ballard, "God's Love for His Children"

  • "Heavenly Father's love for all His children is unbounded, and there is no need to resent that love when it is manifested in the lives of others. There is plenty of love for us, and we share more fully in that love as we not only celebrate the return of the prodigal but also assist as many as possible to return to the fold "safe and sound" (Luke 15:27)."

    —LeGrand R. Curtis Jr., ""He Ran, and Fell on His Neck, and Kissed Him""
    Topics: God's Love

  • "There is room for improvement in every life. Regardless of our occupations, regardless of our circumstances, we can improve ourselves and while so doing have an effect on the lives of those about us."

    —Gordon B. Hinckley, "Each a Better Person"
    Topics: Improvement

  • "In the Lord's service the path is not always easy. It often requires sacrifices, and we will likely experience adversity. But in serving Him, we discover that His hand is truly over us. … The Lord expects us to be as faithful, as devoted, as courageous as those who went before us. They were called to give their lives for the gospel. We are called to live our lives for the same purpose."

    —Robert D. Hales, "Preparations for the Restoration and the Second Coming: "My Hand Shall Be over Thee""
    Topics: Devotion

  • "True doctrine, understood, changes attitudes and behavior. The study of the doctrines of the gospel will improve behavior quicker than a study of behavior will improve behavior."

    —Boyd K. Packer, "Do Not Fear"
    Topics: Improvement

  • "It is my belief that one of the most effective things we can do to improve teaching in the Church is to improve teaching in our homes. Our teaching in the home prepares us to teach more effectively at church, and our teaching at church helps us to teach more effectively at home."

    —L. Tom Perry, "Mothers Teaching Children in the Home"
    Topics: Improvement

  • "Each covenant brings with it duties and promises. For all of us … those duties are sometimes simple but are often difficult. But remember, the duties must sometimes be difficult because their purpose is to move us along the path to live forever with Heavenly Father and His Beloved Son, Jesus Christ, in families."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "A Priceless Heritage of Hope"
    Topics: Improvement

  • "Don't yield to Satan's lie that you don't have time to study the scriptures. Choose to take time to study them. Feasting on the word of God each day is more important than sleep, school, work, television shows, video games, or social media. You may need to reorganize your priorities to provide time for the study of the word of God. If so, do it!"

    —Richard G. Scott, "Make the Exercise of Faith Your First Priority"
    Topics: Improvement

  • "The very moment you begin to seek your Heavenly Father, in that moment, the hope of His light will begin to awaken, enliven, and ennoble your soul. The darkness may not dissipate all at once, but as surely as night always gives way to dawn, the light will come."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "The Hope of God's Light"
    Topics: Hope