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  1. “There is only one source of true peace. I am certain that the Lord, who notes the fall of a sparrow, looks with compassion upon those who have been called upon to part—even temporarily—from their precious [loved ones]. The gifts of healing and of peace are your greatest needs, and He, through His Atonement, has provided them for one and all.”
    Thomas S. Monson
    (Teachings of Thomas S. Monson)
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  2. “Boys of promise need men of purpose to guide them. Ours is that responsibility.”
    Thomas S. Monson
    (Teachings of Thomas S. Monson)
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  3. “We are all teachers. We should ever remember that we not only teach with words; we teach also by who we are and how we live our lives.”
    Thomas S. Monson
    (Teachings of Thomas S. Monson)
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  4. “The terms "endless" and "eternal" have both quantitative and qualitative meanings in the scriptures and the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. Quantitatively, the terms refer to the infinity of time—something that is eternal in its duration "without beginning of days or end of years." In many places, however, the terms are qualitative descriptions. They may not be speaking of time at all but rather of a nature or kind. For example, God is described as "endless" and "eternal"; thus, his punishments are likewise described as "endless" and "eternal"—but not because they never end. Some of God's punishments do end, as in the case of the repentant and redeemed. Other punishments do not end, as in the case of the fate of the sons of perdition. Yet both are endless and eternal because they are divine, godly, perfect. Eternal life would thus be life of eternal duration in a resurrected, glorified state but also endless and eternal in that it is God's life in character and nature.”
    Brent L. Top
    (LDS Beliefs)
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  5. “There is a vital need in our day for committed and competent disciples who not only know the gospel is true but also know the gospel. Our quest to comprehend the tenets of the restored gospel is practical and experiential as well as theological: what we know affects what we do, and what we do affects who and what we become. "True doctrine, understood, changes attitudes and behavior," Elder Boyd K. Packer explained. "The study of the doctrines of the gospel will improve behavior quicker than a study of behavior will improve behavior. ... That is why we stress so forcefully the study of the doctrines of the gospel." Elder Neal A. Maxwell pointed out that "doctrines believed and practiced do change and improve us, while ensuring our vital access to the Spirit. Both outcomes are crucial."”
    Brent L. Top
    (LDS Beliefs)
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  6. “In speaking through the prophet Moroni, Jesus Christ declared: "And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness. I give unto men weakness that they may be humble; and my grace is sufficient for all men that humble themselves before me; for if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them." God allows us to wrestle with weakness and toil with troubles, all as a part of the learning and growth experience of this second estate. In many cases we give ourselves weaknesses through yielding to sin and thus weakening our resolve and our resistance to evil.”
    Robert L. Millet
    (LDS Beliefs)
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