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  1. “Often small acts of service are all that is required to lift and bless another: a question concerning a person's family, quick words of encouragement, a sincere compliment, a small note of thanks, a brief telephone call. If we are observant and aware, and if we act on the promptings which come to us, we can accomplish much good.”
    Thomas S. Monson
    (Teachings of Thomas S. Monson)
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  2. “Simply deciding not to be angry does not automatically remove the hurt and anger we feel. Along with work on our part, conscious choices not to take offense, and sometimes the passage of time, it takes the light of the Atonement to break through the dark cloud of anger. Clear vision comes when we remember that Jesus Christ gave His life—not just for us, but even for those who have angered or hurt us.”
    Kris Belcher
    (Facing the Son)
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  3. “It is your reaction to adversity, not the adversity itself, that determines how your life’s story will develop.”
    Dieter F. Uchtdorf
    (Your Happily Ever After)
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  4. “Truth matters. Everything we can do to find, feed, and strengthen it is worth the effort.”
    Virginia H. Pearce
    (Through His Eyes: Rethinking What You Believe About Yourself)
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  5. “Gambling, like any addiction, is spiritually destructive in that it lessens one’s “capacity to do worthwhile things” and adversely affects one’s companionship with and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit. “That companionship,” President Hinckley concluded, “is incompatible with indulgence of games of chance.””
    Brent L. Top
    (LDS Beliefs)
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  6. “Any divine communication from God to man is called revelation. Revelation comes in many different forms. All true revelation comes by the power of the Spirit of God. By this power, the Almighty speaks to our minds and hearts (D&C 8:2).”
    Brent L. Top
    (LDS Beliefs)
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  7. “Pratt and Goodson knew copies of [The Book of Mormon] would travel farther than they could in their lives. In their preface to the second edition, they anticipated that “this book will be conveyed to places which circumstances will render it impossible for us to visit, and be perused by thousands whose faces we may never see on this side of eternity.””
    William W. Slaughter, Richard E. Turley, Jr.
    (How We Got the Book of Mormon)
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  8. “We revere Jesus. He is the Head of our Church, which bears His name. He is our Savior and our Redeemer. We love Him. Through Him we worship and pray to our Heavenly Father. We are grateful beyond measure for the essential and awesome power His atonement has in each of our lives.”
    M. Russell Ballard
    (Our Search for Happiness)
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  9. “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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  10. “[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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  11. “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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  12. “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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  13. “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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  14. “We should find joy and hope in the promises that the Lord has made.”
    John Bytheway
    (Isaiah for Airheads)
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  15. “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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  16. “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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  17. “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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  18. “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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  19. “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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  20. “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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