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Heber J. Grant stated, “I believe there is nothing in all the world that can compare with the joy that a man feels when he realizes that he has been the instrument in the hands of the living God of reaching some honest heart, inspiring in it a love of God and the...

Young Women and the Priesthood

It seems sometimes like the Mormon Church is centered on men because only men hold the Aaronic Priesthood and the Melchizedek Priesthood. The priesthood is called a power, but it is God’s power, not man’s power. God owns and controls it, letting those who are worthy...

Mormons are Different

There are times when it’s too easy to see how different Mormons can be from the rest of the world. We keep different standards and often do things the rest of the world doesn’t do, like attending Mormon Church meetings and Mormon temples. James E. Faust gives...

You Have What it Takes

In the recent General Conference, we were again reminded of the greatness of this generation of youth. Your striving to do good strengthens your families now and prepares you to have strong families in the future. Charles W. Dahlquist II, the Young Men General...

Holding the Priesthood

The priesthood authority – God’s power on Earth – is a Mormon doctrine often understood by Mormons and non-Mormons alike. We use words like “power” and “authority” to describe what men have when they hold the priesthood, but these words conjure up images of...

Free to Make Good Choices

“You live in a time of great challenges and opportunities. As spirit sons [and daughters] of heavenly parents, you are free to make the right choices. This requires hard work, self-discipline, and an optimistic outlook, which will bring joy and freedom into your life...

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