Elder Claudio D. Zivic: When I read 2 Nephi, chapter 5, verse 27, the following question came to my mind. Why did the people of Nephi live after the manner of happiness? I decided to carefully review chapter five, and I found clear reasons why they were happy.
Elder Claude Gamiette, A man and a woman who are faithful are then laying the foundation for their posterity to grow in the truth of the Gospel, guiding them on the covenant path.
By Elder Julio Cesar Acosta, The decision to follow Christ should be a lifelong decision. Once we have felt the desire to live according to His teachings, to follow His example, to take upon ourselves His name and to seek to become His true disciples, we have entered into the path that leads to eternal life.
Elder Claudio Daniel Zivic; The pages of the book of life are written as we go through life day by day. There are no revisions.
Elder Claude R. Gamiette, Only by a constant attitude of seeking out the poor and needy will we be able to identify them and see opportunities to minister unto them.
Elder Jorge S. Dominguez; Let us seek Him. Let us go to Him. Let us leave behind all that which keeps us from seeking Him with all our heart, might, mind, and strength.
Elder Hugo E. Martinez, What is it that we remember? We remember the path that we have taken in our lives and the lessons received in many ways. We remember the commandments and ordinances of salvation that we have received...
Elder J. Devn Cornish; Our first and foremost responsibility in this life is the salvation of ourselves and our family.
Elder Claudio Daniel Zivic, This instruction is final, there is no other option; if we do not receive those ordinances, we will not be able to receive the greatest things that the Lord has in store for us.
Elder Claude R. Gamiette, The responsibility of teaching our children falls upon all parents in Zion. In D & C 68:28, The Lord says, “And they shall also teach their children to pray, and to walk uprightly before the Lord.”
Elder Jorge S. Dominguez, The best way to show our love for God is to live our religion. It is in vain to profess that we love God and that we have faith in Him when our actions show something different.
Elder Wilford W. Andersen, During this month of April we celebrate the Easter season and reflect with reverence and gratitude on the atonement of Jesus Christ, which atonement includes the resurrection and confirms His triumph over the grave.