Forgiveness

Forgiveness

“How difficult it is for any of us to forgive those who have injured us. We are all prone ot brood on the evil done us. That brooding becomes as a gnawing and destructive canker. Is there a virtue more in need of application in our time than the virtue of forgiving...
Determing the Truthfulness of the Book of Mormon

Determing the Truthfulness of the Book of Mormon

“As has been demonstrated for a hundred and fifty years, the truth of the book will not be determined by literary analysis or by scientific research, although these are reassuring and most welcome. The truth will be determined today and tomorrow, as it has been...
Witness of the Book of Mormon

Witness of the Book of Mormon

“Today, a century and a half after its first publication, [the Book of Mormon] is more widely read than at any time in its history. . .  Its appeal is as timeless as truth, as universal as mankind.  It is the only book that contains within its covers a promise that by...
The Voice of Faith

The Voice of Faith

“When doubts arise, when tragedies strike, the quiet voice of faith is heard in the stillness of the night as certain and reassuring as the polar star in the heavens above.” (Gordon B. Hinckley, Stand a Little Taller, Eagle Gate: 2001, p. 239)
Rising Above Differences

Rising Above Differences

“Differences of race and culture are obvious, as are distinctions among various religious and other persuasions. I fear, however, that far too often we make too much of our differences. We therefore obscure and at times completely overlook the significant and enduring...
Civility

Civility

“Civility, I submit, is what gives savor to our lives. It is the salt that speaks of good taste, good manners, good breeding. It becomes an expression of the Golden Rule: “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them”...
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