Be Happy in Your Marriage

Be Happy in Your Marriage

Spencer W. Kimball, former President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (or Mormons,) once said: “Marriage can be more an exultant ecstasy than the human mind can imagine” (“Oneness in Marriage,” Tambuli, Jun 1978, 1.) And I believe it is true. My...
You’ve Got To Be True To Be Happy

You’ve Got To Be True To Be Happy

It is my distinct pleasure to come here to LDSblogs.com most days to write about happiness. Very often my song has the same words, just maybe set to a different tune. At first this concerned me. My readers will get bored! I worried. I figured you wouldn’t want to read...
The Holy Ghost Guides You to Happiness

The Holy Ghost Guides You to Happiness

Heavenly Father loves you and has not left you comfortless. He has provided you a Comfortor (John 15:26,) who with a still, small voice can guide and direct you in all that you do. You were sent here to be happy—to live life to its fullest and to reach your greatest...
Home is Where the Path to Happiness Begins

Home is Where the Path to Happiness Begins

Nowadays, most of us are like Philip of New Testament, who cried “How can I [find my way], except some man should guide me?” (Acts 8:31) Though according to Joseph Smith, “Happiness is the object and design of our existence; and will be the end thereof, if we pursue...
The Gospel of Jesus Christ brings Happiness

The Gospel of Jesus Christ brings Happiness

Every day we search for happiness—every one of us. There is not one living person who does not desire to be happy. Unfortunately, very often we mistake pleasure for happiness and since pleasure is more widely available we desperately grab onto it and hope it will make...
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