Heavenly Father is pleased with us when we seek to discover truths. He loves to teach us line upon line, precept on precept. As we strive to learn and rely on Him, He will bless us to see things as they really are.
What we call “member missionary work” is not a program but an attitude of love and outreach to help those around us.
If you will really try and will not rationalize or rebel—repenting often and pleading for grace—you positively are going to be “good enough.”
As we ponder the life of Jesus Christ, we will come to know that His sacrifice for us is deeply personal and truly wonderful. BYU’s Vocal Point sings “I Stand All Amazed” in tribute to the mission of the Savior.
If we will open our hearts to the possibility of providing compassionate service to others, the Lord will bless us to recognize and respond to the opportunities we’re given daily to become modern-day good Samaritans.
A woman shares how her self-reliance group helped her find purpose and faith during a job search and career transition.
God expects us to be self-reliant and give our all. In turn, He will help us in times of need with what we need.
Elder Dale G. Renlund tells a childhood story of lighting a firecracker in the chapel right before church began. He relates his story to the joy of repentance.