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Imperfect people are all god has ever had to work with. That must be terribly frustrating to him, but he deals with it. So should we.
The Church is not a monastery for the isolation of perfect people. It is more like a hospital provided for those who wish to get well.
Hope on. Journey on. Honestly acknowledge your questions and your concerns, but first and forever fan the flame of your faith, because all things are possible to them that believe.
Above all, never lose faith in your Father in Heaven, who loves you more than you can comprehend.
God doesn't care nearly as much about where you have been as He does about where you are and, with His help, where you are willing to go.
God expects you not simply to face the future; He expects you to embrace and shape the future--to love it and rejoice in it and delight in your opportunities.
Pure Christlike love flowing from true righteousness can change the world.
And if those children are unresponsive, maybe you can't teach them yet, but you can love them. And if you love them today, maybe you can teach them tomorrow.
The work of a mother is hard, too often unheralded work. Please know that it is worth it then, now, and forever.
Don't give up when the pressure mounts. Face your doubts. Master you fears.
We are infinitely more than our limitations and afflictions.
I testify that bad days come to an end, that faith always triumphs, and that heavenly promises are always kept.
However many chances you think you have missed, however many mistakes you feel you have made, ... you have not traveled beyond the reach of divine love.
One of the great consolations . . . is that because Jesus walked such a long, lonely path utterly alone, we do not have to do so.
Think the best of each other, especially of those you say you love. Assume the good and doubt the bad.
When life is hard, remember - we are not the first to ask, 'Is there no other way?
Don't you quit! You keep walking. You keep trying. There is help & happiness ahead.
Coveting, pouting, or tearing others down does not elevate your standing, nor does demeaning someone else improve your self-image.
My own great-grandfather, who said simply enough, "No wicked man could write such a book as this; and no good man would write it unless it were true and he were commanded of God to do so.
Some blessings come soon, some come late, and some don't come until heaven; but for those who embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ, they come.
What we are shines more brightly than anything we say or do. If we are to fill the world with light, we must first face any tattered remnant of darkness that remains in our own souls.
The size of your faith or the degree of your knowledge is not the issue—it is the integrity you demonstrate toward the faith you do have and the truth you already know.
There should be no more shame in acknowledging (mental illness) than in acknowledging a battle with high blood pressure or the sudden appearance of a malignant tumor.
If we teach by the Spirit and you listen by the Spirit, some one of us will touch on your circumstance, sending a personal prophetic epistle just to you.
Trust God and Believe in good things to come!
Don't hyperventilate about something that happened at 9:00 in the morning when the grace of God is trying to reward you at 6:00 in the evening.
We must not pull away from our children. We must keep trying, keep reaching, keep praying, keep listening. We must keep them within the clasp of our arms.
I believe we have all been created for greater things than we can comprehend.
Fighting through darkness and despair and pleading for the light is what opened this dispensation. It is what keeps it going, and it is what will keep you going.
If the bitter cup does not pass, drink it and be strong, trusting in happier days ahead.
Somebody like you taught somebody like me.
Believe that your faith has everything to do with your romance, because it does.
Defend your beliefs with courtesy and with compassion, but defend them.
We should honor the Savior's declaration to "be of good cheer." (Matthew 14:27) Indeed, it seems to me we may be more guilty of breaking that commandment than almost any other!
Stay in the race. Keep running. Keep walking. Keep praying. The Lord will renew your strength.
Stay the course and see the beauty of life unfold for you.
Be strong. Live the gospel faithfully even if others around you don’t live it at all.
He has, He reminds us, "graven thee upon the palms of my hands" (1 Nephi 21:16). Considering the incomprehensible cost of the Crucifixion, Christ is not going to turn His back on us now.
Never check your religion at the door. Not ever.
After an encounter with the living Son of the living God, nothing is ever again to be as it was before.
Along with filters on computers and a lock on affections, remember that the only real control in life is self-control.
Trust in God. Hold on to His love. Know that one day the dawn will break brightly and all shadows of mortality will flee.
Believe in miracles. I have seen so many. They came when every indication would say that Hope was lost. Hope is never lost!
Let people repent. Let people grow. Believe that people can change and improve.
We are not diminished when someone else is added upon.
God seeks for your individual happiness above all other godly concerns.
If we constantly focus on the stones in our mortal path, we will almost surely miss the beautiful flower or cool stream provided by a loving Father who outlined our journey.
There is no convenient Messiah. Salvation comes only through discipline and sacrifice.
I testify of the renewing power of God's love and the miracle of His grace. His concern is for the faith at which you finally arrive, not the hour of the day in which you got there.
The Crucifixion, Atonement, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ mark the beginning of a Christian Life, not the end of it.