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Inspirational Message Archive
"Isn’t it wonderful to know that we don’t have to be perfect to experience the blessings and gifts of our Heavenly Father? We don’t have to wait to cross the finish line to receive God’s blessings. In fact, the heavens begin to part and the blessings of heaven begin to distill upon us with the very first steps we take toward the light."
"You may not always understand every declaration of a living prophet. But when you know a prophet is a prophet, you can approach the Lord in humility and faith and ask for your own witness about whatever His prophet has proclaimed."
—Russell M. Nelson, "Becoming True Millennials"
"The word that we declare ... is the gospel, or good news, of Jesus Christ. Simply put, the good news is that death is not the end of existence and our separation from God is temporary."
"Let us take upon ourselves His name and commit each single day to walk anew in the path of discipleship. Let our works make our faith perfect. Through discipleship we may be perfected one step at a time by serving our family, our fellowmen, and God."
"The journey of mortality is to go from bad to good to better and to have our very natures changed."
"Jesus votes for us, Satan votes against us, and we cast the deciding vote. It is my prayer that each of us will use our agency to choose happiness."
"Selective obedience brings selective blessings, and choosing something bad over something worse is still choosing wrong."
—Jörg Klebingat, "Approaching the Throne of God with Confidence"
"To express gratitude is gracious and honorable, to enact gratitude is generous and noble, but to live with gratitude ever in our hearts is to touch heaven."
"Fatherhood is much more than a social construct or the product of evolution. The role of father is of divine origin."
"Too often, we complicate the beauty and simplicity of the gospel of Jesus Christ with endless lists of meticulous expectations. However, when we focus on the “why” of the gospel, much of the confusion fades away."
—Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "Acting on the Truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ"