Daily Messages

Words for You to Ponder Today


Revelation

  • "We can seek wisdom for our own lives through personal revelation. Most often it comes in quiet promptings and impressions. If we will meditate over a situation that worries us, fervently pray to God for help, and strive to keep His commandments, revelation will flow into our minds and we will be a light to those around us."

    —M. Gonzalo Sepúlveda, "Messages from the Doctrine and Covenants: The Spirit of Revelation", Ensign, February 2005
    Topics: Revelation

  • "The way to receive personal revelation is really quite clear. We need to desire to receive revelation, we must not harden our hearts, and then we need to ask in faith, truly believe that we will receive an answer, and then diligently keep the commandments of God. Following this pattern does not mean that every time we ask a question of God, the answer will immediately appear ... However, it does mean that if we diligently keep the commandments and ask in faith, answers will come in the Lord’s own way and in His time."

    —Barbara Thompson, "Personal Revelation and Testimony"
    Topics: Revelation

  • "One way to come unto Christ is by seeking to learn essential truths with our hearts. As we do so, impressions that come from God will give us knowledge that we cannot get by any other means. The Apostle Peter knew of a surety that Jesus was the Christ, the Son of the living God. The Savior explained that the source for Peter’s knowledge was not “flesh and blood … but [the] Father which is in heaven.”"

    —Walter F. González, "Learning with Our Hearts"
    Topics: Revelation

  • "Sometimes, the truth may just seem too straightforward, too plain, and too simple for us to fully appreciate its great value. So we set aside what we have experienced and know to be true in pursuit of more mysterious or complicated information. Hopefully we will learn that when we chase after shadows, we are pursuing matters that have little substance and value."

    —Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "It Works Wonderfully!", Ensign, November 2015
    Topics: Revelation

  • "I want you to know that in my life when I have had disappointments and delays, I have lived to see that if I continue to knock with unshakable faith and persist in my patience—waiting upon the Lord and his calendar—I have discovered that the Lord’s “no’s” are merely preludes to an even greater “yes.”"

    —Patricia T. Holland, "Filling the Measure of Your Creation"
    Topics: Eternal Perspective, Revelation

  • "The fundamental truths of the restored gospel were not delivered to the Prophet Joseph Smith all at once in the Sacred Grove. These priceless treasures were revealed as circumstances warranted and as the timing was right."

    —David A. Bednar, "The Spirit of Revelation", Ensign, May 2011
    Topics: Revelation

  • "[The spirit of revelation] belongs to and should be operative in the life of every man, woman, and child who reaches the age of accountability and enters into sacred covenants. Sincere desire and worthiness invite the spirit of revelation into our lives."

    —David A. Bednar, "The Spirit of Revelation", Liahona, May 2011
    Topics: Revelation

  • "We all know that human judgment and logical thinking will not be enough to get answers to the questions that matter most in life. We need revelation from God. And we will need not just one revelation in a time of stress, but we need a constantly renewed stream."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "Continuing Revelation"
    Topics: Revelation

  • "Yielding to emotions such as anger or hurt or defensiveness will drive away the Holy Ghost."

    —Richard G. Scott, "How to Obtain Revelation and Inspiration for Your Personal Life"
    Topics: Revelation

  • "Logical thinking will not be enough to get answers to the questions that matter most in life. We need revelation from God."

    —Henry B. Eyring, "Continuing Revelation"
    Topics: Revelation