Come to the Saviour
The Savior fulfills His promise to be with His disciples, but we must continually look to Him to help us recognize and enjoy His presence.
The Lord requires us to forgive for our own good, but He does not ask us to do it without His help. To all who are brokenhearted, captive, bruised, he offers healing and deliverance.
Having faith will allow you to freely share what is in your heart.
Like airplane pilots know their framework to operate within, we need to understand the framework within which God provides personal revelation.
You may at times not feel strong. Be patient with yourself! God will never desert His people. How can you deepen and strengthen your commitment to him?
Relieving suffering in this world is part of God’s work for His children. The Church and its members make contributions to humanitarian and other services and support charitable activities.
If Jesus were here right now, what would He say to you? Pondering values, principles, and doctrine will help you to focus on Him and make wise decisions for your own life.
When we promise Jesus to follow him and we keep that promise, then He will give us strength in our trials, temptations and heartaches.
Ronald A. Rasband encourages us all to follow the Saviours example and love one another.
President Eyring encourages us to remember the Saviour and have our hearts draw closer to him this Christmas.
When we keep the promises we make with God, we receive strength in our inevitable trials and prepare for a glorious life ahead.
When the storms in life come, you can be steady and hopeful when you rely on your faith in Jesus Christ. That faith will lead you to consider daily how you can follow Him in a better way.