Be right, and then be easy to live with, if possible, but in that order.
Inspiring music may fill the soul with heavenly thoughts, move one to righteous action, or speak peace to the soul.
Modesty in dress and language and deportment is a true mark of refinement and a hallmark of a virtuous Latter-day Saint woman.
We must not lose hope. Hope is an anchor to the souls of men. Satan would have us cast away that anchor.
Every man eventually is backed up to the wall of faith, and there he must make his stand.
The proud do not change to improve, but defend their position by rationalizing. Repentance means change, and it takes a humble person to change.
Daily, constantly, we choose by our desires, our thoughts, and our actions whether we want to be blessed or cursed, happy or miserable.
I rode horseback three miles each way to get to high school, and in bad weather it was a problem sometimes to make my eight o’clock class on time. Like others, I often missed school to help on the farm, especially in the fall, until after harvest, and in the spring, during planting season.
Our enmity toward God takes on many labels, such as rebellion, hard-heartedness, stiff-neckedness, unrepentant, puffed up, easily offended, and sign seekers. The proud wish God would agree with them. They aren’t interested in changing their opinions to agree with God’s.
When our Heavenly Father placed Adam and Eve on this earth, He did so with the purpose in mind of teaching them how to regain His presence. Our Father promised a Savior to redeem them from their fallen condition.