Keeping covenants protects us, prepares us, and empowers us.
Rosemary M. Wixom Primary general president March 2014 General Women’s Meeting
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The way you feel in the temple is a pattern for how you want to feel in your life.
Elder Neil L. Andersen Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles April 2014 general conference
Regardless of our individual circumstances, we can all enjoy the full blessings of priesthood power through keeping the covenants we have made at baptism and in the temple.
Bonnie L. Oscarson Young Women general president March 2014 General Women’s Meeting
You’ll be studying about ordinances and covenants this month in your Sunday lessons (see lds.org/youth/learn). As you study and discuss covenants, you might ponder these questions: What are the blessings I’ve been promised for keeping covenants? When have I made covenants, and what are they? What power do these covenants hold, and where does it come from?
To find some answers to these questions and learn more about covenants, see the recent general conference and general women’s meeting at conference.lds.org.
Give yourself an easy reminder to prepare for your Sunday lessons on covenants. Just place these cards in your scriptures, locker, or bedroom. You can also download or share them online at lds.org/go/cardsNE7.