John Taylor: The Origin and Destiny of Man

John Taylor: The Origin and Destiny of Man

“We are the offspring of God, and God in these last days has seen fit to place us in communication with himself. He has, through the revelations of himself and of his Son Jesus Christ, by the ministry of holy angels and by the restoration of the holy priesthood...
Heber J. Grant: Comfort In the Hour of Death

Heber J. Grant: Comfort In the Hour of Death

Heber J. Grant, the seventh called prophet in this modern day, spoke most eloquently about death. Having lost a number of family members young in life, including his wife at 34 years of age, it was a topic he was intimately acquainted with. When President Grant spoke...
Brigham Young: Tithing

Brigham Young: Tithing

In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints we pay a 10% tithe. Brigham Young, the second modern-day called prophet of the Lord in the Mormon Church, taught us some good thoughts on the principles of tithing and consecration. “If we live our religion we will be...
Joseph F. Smith: True Blue, Through and Through

Joseph F. Smith: True Blue, Through and Through

“It’s not what happens to you that matters most, but how you respond to what happens that determines the difference between a bitter life . . . or a better life. Depth of character is tested at the edge of adversity; the way you respond to trials and troubles...
David O. McKay: The Way, The Truth, The Life

David O. McKay: The Way, The Truth, The Life

David O. McKay, the ninth prophet, seer and revelator to be called in these modern times spoke eloquently of his testimony of Jesus Christ. The prophets of God have testified of this since the beginning of time. David O. McKay was no exception: “No one can preside...
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