We are not striving to enter heaven—we are striving to become heavenly.
President Russell M. Nelson said it would take time for families to figure out how to use ‘Come, Follow Me,’ and we’ve seen that.” (Brian K. Ashton)
After surviving multiple instances of traumatic stress violence, Abraham as a younger man knew that the only way to endure any future tests and trials was to live by faith.
“Because of my schedule, I had become casual with my prayers and scripture study.” (Elder Dale G. Renlund)
“Except in the case of His only perfect Begotten Son, imperfect people are all God has ever had to work with.” (Elder Jeffrey R. Holland)
“Sufficiency of faith in Christ does not dictate a desired outcome, but rather presents a worthy offering of trust in the Lord and His designs. This offering He bids us to make.”
We cannot expect the Lord to guide our footsteps if we’re not willing to move our feet.
I am standing in holy places as I endure trials and afflictions in the service of God.
The first reaction people have is to hide when they are struggling with pornography. The better reaction — a calm reaction — can truly make all the difference.
The Holy Ghost can correct our mortal myopia with the sustaining power to visualize our sufferings with an eternal perspective.
If we are looking, we will be able to see in our own lives that we are “in the hands of God” (Mormon 5:23).
In the past we read the scriptures, now we are starting to study them together, and it has been such a blessing.