“Oh, how we need General Conference!”
Some of my favorites from General Conference this past weekend.
(Click on each name to see the full talk.)
"Look ahead and believe."
"Faith is always pointing towards the future."
"Above all, never lose faith in your Father in Heaven who loves you more than you can comprehend."
"Though we may feel like a broken vessel, we must remember that vessel is in the hands of the divine potter."
"We are infinitely more than our limitations and our afflictions."
"It is only with the companionship of the Holy Ghost that we can hope to be equally yoked in a marriage free from discord."
"The miracle of becoming one requires the help of Heaven and takes time."
"There is joy guaranteed for the faithful."
"We believe that the ultimate treasures on earth and in Heaven are our children and posterity."
"The power to create mortal life is the most exalted power God has given to His children."
"The Lord sees weaknesses differently than He does rebellion. When the Lord speaks of weaknesses, it is always with mercy."
"Make the spiritual development of your spouse and children a priority."
"Remember repentance is not punishment. It is the hope filled path to a more glorious future."
"Shall I falter or shall I finish?"
"Difficulties allow us to change for the better. Better than what we were."
"The gospel of Jesus Christ is the penetrating light which shines through the darkness of our lives- may it ever be so."
"Through the ordinances of the priesthood we receive comfort, strength, protection, peace, and eternal promises."
"As men and women, sisters and brothers, sons and daughters of God, we move forward together."
"Don’t forget to look up."
"You are never too young to learn, never too old to change."
"Decisions determine destiny."
"The gospel of Jesus Christ is a gospel of change!"
Those are only a few of my favorite lines. You should see my notebook though. I received so much inspiration this weekend! I am so thankful for a living prophet and his apostles and the counsel they provide us with in this latter-day.