The sacrament reminds us that repentance is a continuing, normal and expected part of our mortal experience. Repentance allows us to gradually make progress. In each account of the Savior’s teaching and ministry He invites us and reminds us of the importance of repentance. One powerful example is His pleading words – “For behold, I, God ...
Children and Youth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Strengthen the rising generation’s faith in Jesus Christ, and help children, youth, and their families progress along the covenant path as they meet life’s challenges.
“To develop enduring faith, an enduring commitment to be a full-tithe payer is essential. Initially it takes faith to tithe. Then the tithe payer develops more faith to the point that tithing becomes a precious privilege … He made a promise to His children that He would open ‘the windows of heaven, and pour … out a blessing, that there ...
The vision of the Children and Youth initiative is to strengthen your faith in Jesus Christ and help you and your family progress along the covenant path as you meet life’s challenges. April 2020 General Conference News and Announcements. April 7, 2020.
Nearly 10,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Malaysia mark the 100th anniversary of the beginnings of the faith's 'Family Home Evening' program. In 1915 members of the Church's senior governing body, The First Presidency, sent a letter to Latter-day Saints around the world, encouraging the practice of holding a ...
Wherever we live, however, the light of our faith, as reflected in our countenance and our example of goodness can be a standard that others will be drawn to as they see us. In latter-day scripture, we who are members of the Church are directed by the Lord: “Arise and shine forth, that thy light may be a standard for the nations.” (D&C 115:5).
He has given us patterns, and the order of those patterns is significant. It is significant that repentance is the second step in that pattern and the first step is faith in Jesus Christ and in His Atonement.” 14 We cannot teach the principle of repentance save we first teach about Faith in Jesus Christ and His Atonement. As our understanding ...
Our testimony of the restored gospel and our faith in the Savior were strengthened each time we went to the temple. Wong Sai Lim who enjoy going to the temple with his wife Linda. Whenever we are overseas, we would take every opportunity to visit the nearest temple. Seeing a temple, with angel Moroni shining in the dark, always gives us a ...
I served as a missionary in the Mongolia Ulaanbaatar mission from 1996-1998. Before that I grew up on a cattle ranch in southeastern Idaho. Sister Benson grew up in northern California. She also later served a mission in Mongolia from 1999-2001.
In addition to missionary, temple, and family history work, he also charged us to help build faith and testimony “in the hearts of those with whom we live, work, and serve.” [1] In response to this call, the Area Presidency has extended several invitations to all members in the Asia Area, one of which is to gather Israel to sacrament ...
While the Restoration begun 200 years ago, it still continues. “We are living in it right now. It includes ‘all that God has revealed, all that He does now reveal,’ and the ‘many great and important things’ that ‘He will yet reveal.’”3 The Restoration started with the Prophet Joseph Smith and has continued to the present through the work of the Lord’s living prophets.
Through faith in Jesus Christ, personal repentance, baptism and receiving the Holy Ghost, you can receive God’s grace and be free of sin. A SAVIOR FOR ETERNAL LIFE. He was the first to be resurrected, where His spirit was reunited with His perfected physical body. And His Resurrection paved the way for yours.