Remember that some of the greatest needs…Quote

Remember that some of the greatest needs may be those right in front of you. Begin your service in your own homes and within your own families. These are the relationships that can be eternal. Even if-and maybe especially if-your family situation is less than perfect, you can find ways to serve, lift, and strengthen. Begin where you are, love them as they are, and prepare for the family you want to have in the future.
-Bonnie L. Oscarson OCTOBER 2017 | The Needs before Us

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Some of the most significant needs…Quote

Some of the most significant needs we can meet are within our own families, among our friends, in our wards, and in our communities.
Whether you have time for extensive service or can give only a few hours a month, your efforts will bless lives and will also bless you in ways you cannot begin to imagine.
-Bonnie L. Oscarson OCTOBER 2017 | The Needs before Us

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Sometimes the journey will seem long…. Quote

October 2017 General Conference

This great reminder came from the talk by Stephen W. Owen

Sometimes the journey will seem long—after all, it is the journey toward eternal life. But it can be a joyous journey if we pursue it with faith in Jesus Christ and hope in His Atonement. I testify that the moment we set foot on the path of repentance, we invite the Savior’s redeeming power into our lives.

-Stephen W. Owen

Repentance Is Always Positive -https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/10/repentance-is-always-positive?lang=eng

 

 

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Our Father’s infinite love reaches out to us…quote

October 2017 General Conference

This great reminder came from the talk by Sister Neill F. Marriott

Our Father's infinite love reaches out to us, to bring us back into His glory and joy. He gave His Only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to repair the breach that gapes wide between us and Him. Reunion with Father in Heaven is the essence of lasting love and eternal purpose. We must make the connection with Him now to learn what really matters, to love as He loves and grow to be like Him. -Neill F. Marriott

Abiding in God and Repairing the Breach -https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/10/abiding-in-god-and-repairing-the-breach?lang=eng

 

 

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Hard is Good Quote

October 2017 General Conference

This great reminder came from the talk by Elder Stanley G. Ellis

Do We Trust Him? Hard Is Good - https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/10/do-we-trust-him-hard-is-good?lang=eng

Hard makes us stronger, humbles us, and gives us a chance to prove ourselves.

Regardless of the issue, hard can be good for those who will move forward with faith and trust the Lord and His plan.
-Stanley G. Ellis

 

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Through study, prayer Quote

October 2017 General Conference

This great reminder came from the talk by Elder David F. Evans

The Truth of All Things - https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2017/10/the-truth-of-all-things?lang=eng 

Through study, prayer, and keeping the commandments, I found that there are answers to all of my important questions. I also found that for some questions, continuing faith, patience, and revelation are needed.
-David F. Evans

 

 

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God Calls to You…quote

October 2017 General Conference

This great reminder came from the talk by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

 

God calls to you.

God knows your every thought, your sorrows, and your greatest hopes. God knows the many times you have sought Him. The many times you have felt limitless joy. The many times you have wept in loneliness. The many times you have felt helpless, confused, or angry.

Yet, no matter your history—if you have faltered, failed, feel broken, bitter, betrayed, or beaten—know that you are not alone. God still calls to you.

The Savior extends His hand to you. And, as He did to those fishermen who stood long ago on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, with infinite love He speaks to you: “Come, follow me.”

 

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