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D. Todd Christofferson, Saturday Morning Session October 2017

The glorious truth is we are not alone. We have the love of God, the grace of Christ, the comfort and guidance of the Holy Spirit, and the fellowship and encouragement of fellow Saints in the body of Christ. Let us not be content with where we are, but neither let us be discouraged.


C. Scott Grow, Sunday Afternoon Session April 2017

My young brothers and sisters, knowing God is the quest of a lifetime. “And this is life eternal, that [we] might know … the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom [the Father] hast sent.”

“Shall we not go on in so great a cause? … Courage, [my young friends]; and on, on to the victory!”

God knows you and invites you to know Him. Pray to the Father, study the scriptures, seek to do God’s will, strive to become like the Savior, and follow righteous mentors. As you do, you will come to know God and Jesus Christ, and you will inherit eternal life. This is my invitation to you as an ordained special witness of Them. They live. They love you. I so testify in the name of Jesus Christ, amen

Teaching in the Savior’s Way, quoted by Benjamín de Hoyos, Sunday Afternoon Session April 2017

The key to teaching as the Savior taught is to live as the Savior lived.

Benjamín de Hoyos, Sunday Afternoon Session April 2017

Can you imagine how you would have felt hearing the Savior’s voice? In fact, we do not have to imagine. It has become a constant experience for us to hear the voice of the Lord because when we hear the voice of His servants, it is the same.

Neill F. Marriott, Women’s Session October 2017

…I had learned that Heavenly Father will help us love even those we may think are unlovable, if we plead for His aid. The Savior’s Atonement is a conduit for the constant flow of charity from our Father in Heaven. We must choose to abide in this love in order to have charity for all.

Neill F. Marriott, Women’s Session, October 2017

We are divinely designed to give love and be loved, and the deepest love comes when we are one with God.

Joy D. Jones, Women’s Session October 2017

If we sin, we are less worthy, but we are never worth less!