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“Of all the victories in human history, none is so great, none so universal in its effect, none so everlasting in its consequences as the victory of the crucified Lord, who came forth in the resurrection that first Easter morning.” (Gordon B. Hinckley, Stand a Little...

Equality of Men and Women

"If we could only see a resurgence in this land of a man looking to his wife as his equal, his comfort, and his dearest friend, and a woman walking beside her husband, neither before nor behind him, as a companion, and looking to him as the light and strength of her...

Strength to Go Forward

“Strengthened resolution to go forward comes from the knowledge that this is the work of God, that He is watching over it, that He will direct us in our efforts if we will be true and faithful, and our accountability is to Him… We are dedicated, as have been those...

Joseph Smith’s Vision

“You cannot build strength on falsehood. You cannot build conviction on imagination. The basis of this great thing which we have, the restored gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and the Church, which was organized under divine authority, finds its roots in the vision...

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....

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, 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”...

Divine Crossroads

The President of the European Mission, Joseph F. Merrill, arranged to have one of his returning missionaries make a brief report to President Heber J. Grant concerning the affairs of the mission. As the missionary, Gordon B. Hinckley, entered the office of the First...

Spring Cleaning

“When I was a boy growing up in Salt Lake City, most homes were heated with coal stoves. As a result, black smoke belched forth from almost every chimney. As winter came to a close, black soot and grime were everywhere, both inside and outside of the house. There was...

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