The Majesty of Creation
We need one another. Belonging comes not as we wait for it but as we reach out to help one another.
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.
Like airplane pilots know their framework to operate within, we need to understand the framework within which God provides personal revelation.
The Saviour gives 'not as the world giveth' but provides peace and helps us overcome our fears.
On the covenant path we can find the essential blessings of forgiveness and cleansing from sin.
It can be easy to take the majesty of creation for granted and forget it's divine origin.
The Saviour invites us seek him in every thought, follow him with all our heart and endure to the end.
Now is the time to prepare and prove ourselves willing and able to do all things whatsoever the Lord our God shall command us.
Dieter F. Uchtdorf encourages us to muster our faith during difficult times and remember that God will do something unimaginable for us.
President Nelson explains that we must let God prevail and that we should take part in the gathering of Israel.
President Nelson encourages us to never stop preparing for the Second Coming of the Savior. He invites us to embrace the future with faith and live our lives with God.