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  1. “Integrity is the key to sailing a true course. If we have integrity, we will make our actions consistent with our knowledge of right and wrong. By contrast, if we know one thing and do another, our behavior creates an inner conflict and makes it impossible to feel at peace. We simply cannot think one way and act another. We must have integrity if we are to have peace within and feel God's love.”
    Ardeth G. Kapp
    (Doing What We Came to Do)
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  2. “People who are serious about spiritual things do not flirt with uncleanness, do not see how close they can get to the edge without quite going all the way. Too many who profess to be disciples of the Savior maintain such attitudes as the following: "I want to be good, I really do, but I don't want to be too good.' Or, "I want to try my hand at sinning for a while, just a little, without getting my hands dirty.' In other words, "I want to be bad, but not too bad.' Such ritual prodigalism in which premeditated sinning and repentance characterize attitudes and behavior are offensive to God and offputting to the Holy Spirit. Those who continue to fly near the flame will eventually be burned.”
    Robert L. Millet
    (Coming to Know Christ)
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  3. “It matters little how trained one's voice is or even if one can carry a tune, if one's heart is genuinely offering up rejoicings to the heavens. I do not sing in church because I have a voice like Pavarotti or Andrea Bocelli or Josh Groban or Robert Peterson or Michael Ballam or Kenneth Cope, because (it goes without saying) I do not. I sing because it is a singular and significant part of my worship, because it contributes to the congregation's prayer to the Almighty. In addition, I sing because it allows me to shout out messages of the heart that my own words can utter in no other way.”
    Robert L. Millet
    (Coming to Know Christ)
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  4. “We do our best, it is true, but it is worth knowing and acknowledging that our best will not be enough; we must have help. And we rejoice in the knowledge, a doctrine that is indeed the burden of scripture, that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners, to rescue and redeem people like you and me, to make up the difference, to make all the difference, and thus to make us different.”
    Robert L. Millet
    (Coming to Know Christ)
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  5. “Rather than walking in their own way, true disciples walk in the path pointed out and prepared by their Master. Instead of creating God in their image, true Saints seek to be conformed to the image of Christ and to allow that image to shine in their countenances.”
    Robert L. Millet
    (Coming to Know Christ)
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  6. “Not only have I found the temple to be a place of peace and revelation but I have also found it to be the place where, as a result of making and keeping sacred covenants, I have been endowed with power from on high, have been upheld and become established. I have experienced fulfillment of the promised blessings that "no combination of wickedness shall have power to rise up and prevail over thy people." I have found the strength so as to not "faint in the day of trouble."”
    David S. Baxter
    (A Perfect Brightness of Hope)
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  7. “There is only one way to safely and confidently meet the obstacles and opportunities that are part of life's path: Listen to the prophet and the Apostles, study the principles we teach, and then take those principles to the Lord and ask Him how you should apply them in your life. Ask Him to influence your thoughts, temper your actions, and guide your steps.”
    M. Russell Ballard
    (Daughters of God)
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  8. “I believe we have all been created for greater things than we can comprehend.”
    Jeffrey R. Holland
    (Created for Greater Things)
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  9. “If we truly love our God and love and serve our sisters as well, we are destined to become of one heart and therefore to become His.”
    Debbie J. Christensen
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  10. “We are not an island alone, and we need each other to become our best selves. We stand on our own feet and carry our own burdens, but we lift our sisters as we lift ourselves. And most important of all, we know from whence comes our strength as sisters of the latter days: in our Lord and Savior, our Redeemer, Jesus Christ, and in His Atonement.”
    Debbie J. Christensen
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  11. “Future generations tried mightily to explain how a largely untutored youth could dictate a complex record of nearly five hundred manuscript pages in a single draft over fewer than ninety working days. Millions have accepted Joseph’s explanation as the only plausible one: that he did it “by the gift and power of God.””
    Richard E. Turley, Jr., William W. Slaughter
    (How We Got the Book of Mormon)
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  12. “While Latter-day Saints do not believe that one can derive divine authority to perform the saving ordinances from the scriptures, we do say that the Bible contains the fulness of the gospel in the sense that (1) it teaches of groups of people in the past who enjoyed the full blessings of the everlasting gospel and (2) it teaches (especially in the New Testament) the good news or glad tidings of redemption in Christ through the Atonement (see 3 Nephi 27:13–21; D&C 76:40–42).”
    Robert L. Millet
    (No Weapon Shall Prosper)
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  13. “I want you to be proud you are a woman. I want you to feel the reality of what that means, to know who you truly are.”
    Jeffrey R. Holland
    (Broken Things to Mend)
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  14. “If you are lonely, please know you can find comfort. If you are discouraged, please know you can find hope. If you are poor in spirit, please know you can be strengthened. If you feel you are broken, please know you can be mended.”
    Jeffrey R. Holland
    (Broken Things to Mend)
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  15. “We should find joy and hope in the promises that the Lord has made.”
    John Bytheway
    (Isaiah for Airheads)
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  16. “If you were given the task of writing a book that would convince people that Jesus is the Christ, you would be wise to include the writings of Isaiah, whose message is addressed to Covenant Israel, and whose name and mission was to teach that Jehovah is salvation.”
    John Bytheway
    (Isaiah for Airheads)
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  17. “Scriptures are a gift from God, and children of God should never be intimidated by scripture.”
    John Bytheway
    (Isaiah for Airheads)
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  18. “There is no more wonderful doctrine in all of Christianity than the doctrine of the Atonement. I think about it—and thank God for it—every day of my life.”
    M. Russell Ballard
    (Our Search for Happiness)
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  19. “[I]n just eight steps I can trace my apostolic priesthood authority back to the ultimate source of all priesthood authority in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: the Lord Jesus Christ Himself.”
    M. Russell Ballard
    (Our Search for Happiness)
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  20. “To those who say that all revelation ended with the death of Christ's original apostles and that we already have all of the instruction from God we will ever need, Joseph Smith's story stands as solemn testimony that God hasn't shut the door on His children. He loves us today just as much as He loved those who lived anciently, and He is just as concerned about us as He was about them.”
    M. Russell Ballard
    (Our Search for Happiness)
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