92966_000_024Report from the 162nd Annual General Conference, April 4–5, 1992
President Gordon B. Hinckley, First Counselor in the First Presidency: Truly, my dear young friends, you are a chosen generation. I hope you will never forget it. I hope you will never take it for granted. I hope there will grow in your hearts an overpowering sense of gratitude to God, who has made it possible for you to come upon the earth in this marvelous season of the world’s history.
President Howard W. Hunter of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles: We need a more peaceful world, growing out of more peaceful families and neighborhoods and communities. To secure and cultivate such peace, “we must love others, even our enemies as well as [our] friends” (History of the Church, 5:498).
Elder Marvin J. Ashton of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles: If we could look into each other’s hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us face, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care.
Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles: We should seek the Holy Ghost, who can be the constant companion of all members of the Church who are obedient and righteous. He can reveal all truth to us in our minds and in our hearts, comfort us in times of distress, prompt us in making correct choices and decisions, and help purify ourselves from sin. I know of no greater blessing that can come to us in mortality than the companionship of the Holy Ghost.
Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy: Young people must learn that none of the exciting and entertaining fun things are worth it if they take you off the path that will lead you back home to your Heavenly Father.
Bishop Robert D. Hales, Presiding Bishop: Prayer is an essential part of conveying appreciation to our Heavenly Father. He awaits our expressions of gratefulness each morning and night in sincere, simple prayer from our hearts for our many blessings, gifts, and talents.