Category: Living Prophets

Powerful Lessons Taught By The New Apostles

The two new apostles of the LDS Church shared their words of counsel and testimony during General Conference. They encouraged everyone to look unto God for direction through the words of His living prophets as we strive to live true to our covenants and seek the enabling power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

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Who are Mormon Prophets?

“Who are Mormon prophets? What exactly do they do?” Read about this unique belief that Mormons have, that God, to this day, still communicates with His children through His servants, which you may know as Mormon prophets.

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We must be sensitive to our spiritual bits. Even with the slightest tug from the Master, we must be willing to completely alter our course. To succeed in life, we must teach our spirit and body to work together in obedience to God’s commandments.

If we heed the gentle promptings of the Holy Ghost, it can unite our spirits and bodies in a purpose that will guide us back to our eternal home to live with our eternal Father in Heaven. - L. Tom Perry
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"The highest manifestation of love is devotion to God." -Joy D. Jones ❤️
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I testify that when the Lord closes one important door in your life, He shows His continuing love and compassion by opening many other compensating doors through your exercise of faith. He will place in your path packets of spiritual sunlight to brighten your way.

They often come after the trial has been the greatest, as evidence of the compassion and love of an all-knowing Father. They point the way to greater happiness, more understanding, and strengthen your determination to accept and be obedient to His will. - Richard G. Scott
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