Sunday, October 2, 2011

Brief insights from General Conference - Sunday Morning Session

Elder Eyring

We must be a bold witness of Christ.  We must have service, charity, faith, and be a truly converted child of God.

Elder Robert D. Hales

We must learn how the Savior's atoning sacrifice is applicable in our life...He made that eternal offering for each of us.  The Savior exercised his agency to atone for each of us.  We must learn to wait upon the Lord by having faith, patience, humility and enduring to the end.

Elder Tad R. Callister

We must learn and understand the doctrinal clarifications and confirmations of the Book of Mormon in relation to the Bible.  Paul's teachings are crucial when understanding the significance of more than one witness.

Sister Elaine S. Dalton

The key to a father raising his daughter is to love her mother.  By treating her mother with tenderness, loyalty,  and compassion you teach your daughter in a way that she will not settle for less.  You must be an active part of her life.  Teach her so that she wants a righteous life in her home and her family.  

Elder M. Russell Ballard

We must understand the importance of a name.  We need to understand what a blessing it is to take upon us the name of the Savior.  Jesus Christ's name must be written in  your hearts at all times.

President Thomas S. Monson

Morality is not passé, our conscience must be our guide and we are responsible for our actions.  The laws of God are constant.  The Ten Commandments are as requisite today as they were when they were given to the children of Israel.  The constancy of God is something we can rely on.  We must work towards a relationship with our Heavenly Father.  Challenges are an inescapable part of morality but God is our anchor.  Prayer is necessary.

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