Who directs the modern Church? Is the gospel meant to go to all the world in the latter days? Recalling the Savior’s charge to His early Apostles, “Go ye into all the world” (Mark 16:15), Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles testifies that the gospel was restored to the earth, that there are living prophets and apostles today, and that the spreading of the gospel throughout the world today is the Lord’s will. “It is by Him and through Him that our missionaries bear humble and sincere testimony. I’m a witness of that,” he says. “This is His gospel. He stands at the head—holy, divine, supreme, full of power, majesty, grace, and truth.”
As we celebrate the Easter season, the testimonies of prophets and apostles called as special witnesses of the Savior, always relevant, become particularly poignant. In this series, those testimonies are presented, beginning with the First Presidency and continuing through the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Powerful individually, when presented as a group these testimonies provide an undeniable witness that the Savior lives.
Visit “What Are Prophets” to view Special Witnesses of Christ.
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