“When you teach your children to keep simple promises when they are young, this will set the pattern that will empower them to keep holy covenants later in life.”
“Although we owe our Savior an eternal debt which can never be repaid, all He asks of us is that we love God, keep His commandments, and develop a love for all men.”
When we emulate Jesus Christ with actions of love and service, God bestows blessings upon us. Exercising faith in Jesus Christ is love in action. This is the essence of a joyful life.
How can we help members of the church increase their faith in Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus Christ?
Whether at home, in the community, or in the Church, valiant women are vital in the work of salvation. Each brings her own separate and unique strengths to her family and to the Church.
The most important role of the Lord’s prophet is to teach us of the Savior and lead us to Him.
Because the Lord directs His Church, we will continue to receive important direction from the authorized prophets of our day.
“The blessings of missionary service are not only available to those being served, but also encompass those serving who put their heart, might, mind and strength into the work.”
Elder Robert K. William of the Seventy has a message of Joy for this Christmas season.
“We are modern day witnesses of the powerful fulfilment of God’s prophetic preparation of His people by those whom He has called as Prophets, Seers, and Revelators.”
We can make each of our homes a house of faith by believing in the goodness of God and believing that by living gospel principles we can live in spiritual peace and security despite any earthly trials.
As children learn to make choices on their own as guided by their parents and Church leaders, they begin to form a pattern in their formative years. Despite living in an ever more complex world, they can learn to make decisions based on the Savior’s example.