"If you are suffering deeply, with others or alone, I urge you to let the Savior be your caregiver. Lean on His ample arm. Accept His assurance."
—Robert D. Hales, "'Come Follow Me' by Practicing Christian Love and Service"
"We begin to come to know the Savior as we arouse our spiritual faculties and experiment upon His teachings, even until we can give place in our souls for a portion of His words. As our faith in the Lord increases, we trust in Him and have confidence in His power to redeem, heal, and strengthen us."
"How can we ever repay the debt we owe the Savior? He paid a debt He did not owe to free us from a debt we can never pay. Because of Him, we will live forever. Because of His infinite Atonement, our sins can be swept away, allowing us to experience the greatest of all the gifts of God: eternal life."
"What do I want my grandchildren to know? I want them and you to know that I know the Savior lives and loves us. He has paid the price for our sins, but we must kneel before our Father in Heaven, in deep humility, confessing our sins, and plead with Him for forgiveness. We must want to change our hearts and our desires and be humble enough to seek the help and forgiveness of those we may have hurt or forsaken."
"Even in the midst of great personal sorrow and pain, our Exemplar reached out to bless others. … His was not a life focused on the things he did not have. It was a life of reaching out in service to others."
"When we follow the Savior of the world, we flourish … despite the many terrible circumstances around us."
"Let us not leave for tomorrow what we can do today. It is now that we must come unto Christ."
"The Savior’s Atonement cannot become commonplace in our teaching, in our conversation, or in our hearts."
"As disciples of Jesus Christ we have a responsibility to work together with like-minded believers, to raise our voices for what is right."
"As we are spiritually awake and alert, we see His hand across the world and we see His hand in our own personal lives."