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  1. “Hal’s style of public speaking evolved. He felt a growing desire to represent the Savior and to speak so as to be easily translated to a global audience. In general, he tried to be simpler and softer in what he said. (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 440).”
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  2. “The meeting had just ended in which the Board had elected me Commissioner of Education. Elder Monson had made the motion, saying, “I move it, with great enthusiasm.” Then, Elder Packer said, with a smile, “Well, if you’re for it, I’ll second.” (September 3, 1980) (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 324).”
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  3. “God couldn’t give you the answer you seek without taking away your free agency. You are being tested in the balance. Without the requirement to choose, you wouldn’t make a real sacrifice. (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 136). (President Peterson)”
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  4. “For me at least, and I think my six children would agree, scripture study works well only if your children know you love the scriptures and they also know as individuals that you love them. (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 136).”
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  5. “Hal’s longing for children was neither idle nor new. From his teenage years he had not only thought of his future children but imagined them. In his mind’s eye they had red hair like his mother’s; he even called them “the Redheads.” When he faced temptation, he would remind himself, “I can’t do that—the Redheads are counting on me.” (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 88).”
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  6. “When we put God’s purposes first, He will give us miracles. If we pray to know what He would have us do next, He will multiply the effects of what we do in such a way that time seems to be expanded. He may do it in different ways for each individual, but I know from long experience that He is faithful to His word. (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 84–85).
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  7. “Children do not expect perfection. But they must believe that discipline comes from real understanding and real unselfishness, at least most of the time. A child can count on that best when he knows his parents accept discipline themselves. (Robert I. Eaton and Henry J. Eyring, I Will Lead You Along: The Life of Henry B. Eyring [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 22).”
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  8. ““Self-worth cannot be based on the quest for outer beauty” (Carmen Rasmusen Herbert, You Are More [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 33]).”
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  9. ““It’s so easy to sell out. It’s easy to get attention for your body. But what do I really want to be remembered for? Do I want to be known for my body or for my spirit and mind? Do I want people to talk about how skinny, sexy, or stunning I am, or how sweet, spiritual, and strong I am?” (Carmen Rasmusen Herbert, You Are More [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 22]).”
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  10. ““I’m not going to tell you it’s always going to be easy to live the standards of the
    Church. It isn’t.
    “But is it always worth it? ABSOLUTELY!” (Carmen Rasmusen Herbert, You Are More [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 14]).
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  11. ““I had faith in myself, but that faith was even stronger because someone believed in me” (Carmen Rasmusen Herbert, You Are More [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 3]).”
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  12. “For Joseph Elder, “short notice” was never an excuse. He served when he was needed, where he was needed, and how he was needed. (Andrew D. Olsen and Jolene S. Allphin, Follow Me to Zion [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 59).”
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  13. “When facing adversity, we can be led to ask many questions.
    Some of them serve a useful purpose; others do
    not. It really does no good to ask questions that reflect
    opposition to the will of God. Accepting His will, even
    when it is not fully understood, brings great peace and,
    over time, understanding.

    21 Principles, Richard G. Scott, p. 4”
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  14. “As you seek spiritual knowledge, search for principles.
    Principles are concentrated truth, packaged for application to a
    wide variety of circumstances. A true principle makes decisions
    clear even under the most confusing and challenging circumstances.
    It is worth great effort to organize the truth we gather to
    simple statements of principle. I have tried to do that with gaining
    spiritual knowledge. The result is now shared in hope that it
    will be a beginning place for your study.

    21 Principles, Richard G. Scott, p. 2”
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  15. “Repeatedly I have been impressed to learn that to reach
    a goal never before attained, one must do things never
    before done.
    21 Principles, Richard G. Scott, p. 3”
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  16. “Principles are anchors of safety. They are like the steel anchors
    a mountaineer uses to conquer otherwise impossible cliffs.
    They will help you have confidence in new and unfamiliar circumstances.
    They will provide you protection in life’s storms of adversity.

    21 Principles, Richard G. Scott, p.1”
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  17. “Not only are loved ones near, keeping watch over us and seeking to help us, but Church leaders from the past are doing the same. (Donald W. Parry, Angels: Agents of Light, Love, and Power [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 64).”
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  18. “Angels who are resurrected or translated are able to conceal their angelic characteristics, including their great light and glory, and mingle among human beings as if they were mortals. (Donald W. Parry, Angels: Agents of Light, Love, and Power [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 47).”
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  19. “Angels may have power over the elements, and the various earthly forces that exist in this telestial world do not bind them. (Donald W. Parry, Angels: Agents of Light, Love, and Power [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 32).”
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  20. “Angels play a prominent part in the Lord’s plan of salvation in all dispensations. Our own dispensation is no exception. In fact, our dispensation has been a period of extraordinary angelic activity. (Donald W. Parry, Angels: Agents of Light, Love, and Power [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2013], 3).”
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