Whether at home, in the community, or in the Church, valiant women are vital in the work of salvation. Each brings her own separate and unique strengths to her family and to the Church.
The most important role of the Lord’s prophet is to teach us of the Savior and lead us to Him.
Because the Lord directs His Church, we will continue to receive important direction from the authorised prophets of our day.
“The blessings of missionary service are not only available to those being served, but also encompass those serving who put their heart, might, mind and strength into the work.”
We can join President Nelson in offering our own prayers of gratitude and be grateful for what we have, rather than focusing on what we do not have.
“As we join our prophet in pondering this new meaning and finding ways to apply this definition in our daily lives, we will discover new levels of happiness and peace in Christ. Consider with me three ways to “Let God Prevail” in our lives.”
We can make each of our homes a house of faith by believing in the goodness of God and believing that by living gospel principles we can live in spiritual peace and security despite any earthly trials.
While many of our beliefs are the same, some are different. And understanding those differences can provide important perspective that will fortify our faith and provide direction in our lives.
There are treasures of truth that will lead anyone who reads it with sincerity towards our Savior.
Our ministry is to help others have opportunities to feel the promptings of the Holy Ghost, thus allowing them to act for themselves and walk along the covenant path.
We will have the knowledge and power of God to help us take the blessings of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ to every nation, kindred, tongue, and people and to prepare the world for the Second Coming of the Lord.
President Russell M. Nelson explained that “the adversary is increasing his attacks on faith and upon us and our families at an exponential rate. To survive spiritually, we need counterstrategies and proactive plans.”