Testimonies from Church Leaders and Members


Jeffrey R. Holland, “Safety for the Soul,” Oct. 2009 general conference

“I want it absolutely clear when I stand before the judgment bar of God that I declared to the world … that the Book of Mormon is true.”

L. Tom Perry, “Blessings Resulting from Reading the Book of Mormon,” Oct. 2005 general conference

“Now it is up to us to study the Book of Mormon and learn of its principles and apply them in our lives.”

Russell M. Nelson, “Scriptural Witnesses,” Oct. 2007 general conference

“Scriptures of the Restoration do not compete with the Bible; they complement the Bible.”

Neil L. Andersen, “The Book of Mormon: The Great Purveyor of the Savior’s Peace,” Liahona, Jan. 2008

“We need only approach the Book of Mormon prayerfully and with faith, and the Savior’s peace will permeate our searching.”

Boyd K. Packer, “The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ—Plain and Precious Things,” Apr. 2005 general conference

“The Book of Mormon is an endless treasure of wisdom and inspiration, of counsel and correction.”

James E. Faust, “The Keystone of Our Religion,” Liahona, Jan. 2004

“The Book of Mormon is a keystone because it establishes and ties together eternal principles and precepts, rounding out basic doctrines of salvation. It is the crowning gem in the diadem of our holy scriptures.”

Henry B. Eyring, “The Book of Mormon Will Change Your Life,” Liahona, Feb. 2004

“The Book of Mormon will change your life. I would like to explain why I know that is true: The book itself is the most wonderful curriculum we have—not only from the point of view of the student, but from the point of view of the teacher.”

Craig C. Christensen, “A Book with a Promise,” Apr. 2008 general conference

“I pray that we will continue to use the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ to share the gospel message with family and friends.”

Henry B. Eyring, “The Book of Mormon as a Personal Guide,” Liahona, Sept. 2010

“Each time I read even a few lines in the Book of Mormon, I feel my testimony strengthened that the book is true, that Jesus is the Christ.”

Richard G. Hinckley, “Fruits of the Book of Mormon,” Liahona, June 2008

“When I read the Book of Mormon, something inevitably happens to me. My burdens feel lighter. Faith and hope replace my worries, concerns, and doubts. Life appears brighter.”