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  • "At times, the Lord’s answer will be, “You don’t know everything, but you know enough”—enough to keep the commandments and to do what is right."

    —Neil L. Andersen, "You Know Enough", Youth.lds.org
    Topics: Prayer

  • "Faith as a principle of power comes from a consistent pattern of obedient behavior and attitudes. Personal righteousness is a choice. Faith is a gift from God, and one possessed of it can receive enormous spiritual power."

    —Kevin W. Pearson, "Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ"
    Topics: Faith

  • "Remember, it is not up to us to judge. Judgment is the Lord’s."

    —Quentin L. Cook, "In Tune with the Music of Faith", Liahona, May 2012
    Topics: Judgement

  • "Gaining a testimony and becoming converted begins with study and prayer, then living the gospel with patience and persistence and inviting and waiting upon the Spirit."

    —Robert D. Hales, "Receiving a Testimony of the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ", Liahona, November 2003
    Topics: Testimony

  • "Sustaining faith can be the ultimate comfort in life. All of us must find our own testimonies."

    —James E. Faust, "Lord, I Believe; Help Thou Mine Unbelief"
    Topics: Testimony

  • "In common with the rest of Christianity, we believe in a Godhead of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. However, we testify that these three members of the Godhead are three separate and distinct beings. We also testify that God the Father is not just a spirit but is a glorified person with a tangible body, as is his resurrected Son, Jesus Christ."

    —Dallin H. Oaks, "Apostasy and Restoration"
    Topics: Godhead

  • "Qualify yourselves as did the 2,000 stripling soldiers by being valiant in courage as worthy priesthood holders. Remember, what you do, where you go, and what you see will shape who you become. Who do you want to become?"

    —Gary E. Stevenson, "Be Valiant in Courage, Strength, and Activity"
    Topics: Priesthood

  • "We are to forgive to be forgiven. To wait for [others] to repent before we forgive and repent is to allow them to choose for us a delay which could cost us happiness here and hereafter."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "Do Not Delay"
    Topics: Forgiveness

  • "When all is said and done, the only real wealth of the Church is the faith of its people."

    —Gordon B. Hinckley, "Questions and Answers"
    Topics: Faith

  • "When mothers know who they are and who God is and have made covenants with Him, they will have great power and influence for good on their children."

    —Julie B. Beck, "Mothers Who Know"
    Topics: Mothers