favorite conference quotes

Oct 4, 2010

This weekend was the General Conference for my church. This is a time for Latter-day Saints to gather together all over the world and listen to our prophet and other leaders give us counsel from God.

It is my favorite time of year. I love conference. I love listening, learning, and laughing. I love crying, pondering, and recommitting to be a more Christlike woman. As often as possible, I get my girls to Salt Lake City so they can attend with their grandma. Sometimes I get to attend also. This was one of those times and it was fabulous!

Here are some of my favorite quotes from Conference:

Agency is precious.
~Boyd K. Packer~

Trust comes from knowing God.
~Henry B. Eyring~

Each of us is an individual child of God.
~Henry B. Eyring~

The devil will not triumph. He cannot take away any blessings earned, he cannot alter character that has been woven from righteous decisions. He has no power to destroy eternal bonds forged in a holy temple between a husband, wife, and children. He cannot quench true faith. He cannot take away your testimony. Yes, these things can be lost by succumbing to his temptations, but he has no power in and of himself to destroy them.
~Richard G. Scott~

When it comes to a mature knowledge or testimony of the truth, we should not be dependent on a mortal mediator between us and our Heavenly Father.
~Dallin H. Oaks~

Don’t just express gratitude, live in gratitude.
~Thomas S. Monson~

Gratitude unlocks the doors of heaven and helps me feel God’s love.
~Thomas S. Monson~

The road of discipleship is not for the faint of heart.
~Neil L. Anderson~

The more your character is fortified the more enabled you are to benefit from exercising the power of faith.
~Richard G. Scott~

We become what we want to be by consistently being what we want to become.
~Richard G. Scott~

Choose faith over doubt. Choose faith over fear. Choose faith over the unknown and the unseen and choose faith over pessimism.
~Richard C. Edgley~

God does not rule in cities, but he calls individuals to change their part of the world.
~Henry B. Eyring~

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