stand for something; or you'll fall for anything.
Do not look down upon any Muslim, for even the most inferior believer is great in the eyes of God.
How wondrous is the matter of the believer, for all that happens to him is good: if good befalls him he shows gratitude, and it is best for him; and if ill befalls him he shows patience, and it is best for him.
None of you truly believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.
Where time and circumstances permit, members are encouraged to replace some leisure activities with temple service. . . .
All of the ordinances which take place in the House of the Lord become expressions of our belief in that fundamental and basic doctrine of the immortality of the human soul. As we redouble our efforts and our faithfulness in going to the temple, the Lord will bless us.
If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves.
Not what, but Whom, I do believe,
That, in my darkest hour of need,
hath comfort that no mortal creed
To mortal man give;--
Not what, but Whom!
For Christ is more than all the creeds,
And His full life of gentle deeds
Shall all the creeds outlive.
Not what I do believe, but Whom!
Who walks beside me in the gloom?
Who shares the burden wearisome?
Who all the dim way doth illume,
And bids me look beyond the tomb
The larger life to live? --
Not what I do believe,
I used to think that faith…was sort of like a building block, and you put all these blocks together, and you build a house, sort of like the little pig built that the wolf could not blow down. And now I get older and I feel that faith is a matter of surrender. It’s a matter of just giving up, and leaving that house and just walking out and experiencing the cold and the rain and doubt and confusion and trying to keep up your hope and some sense of gratitude. If you just keep up hope and gratitude, maybe that’s…all you need.