quotes tagged with 'gospel'

The LDS Bible Dictionary defines the gospel as "good news" and then adds, "The good news is that Jesus Christ has made a perfect atonement."

Author: Tad R. Callister, Source: The Infinite AtonementSaved by amberb in gospel atonement 6 years ago[save this] [permalink]

The gospel is called a burden and a yoke, lest we presume; yet light and easy, lest we despair.

Author: Euthymius, Source: UnknownSaved by ImaWriterIII in gospel light yoke burden despair easy euthymius presume 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

“As you overcome adversity in your life, you will become stronger. Use your ingenuity, your strength, your might to resolve your challenges. Do all you can do and then leave the rest to the Lord. ... Living the gospel does not mean the storms of life will pass us by, but we will be better prepared to face them with serenity and peace.”

Author: Joseph B. Wirthlin, Source: Ensign, May 2000Saved by ragogoni in strength gospel adversity preparedness challenges serenity 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

The gospel of Jesus Christ is not insurance against pain. It is resource in event of pain, and when that pain comes (and it will come because we came here on Earth to have pain among other things), when it comes, rejoice that you have resource to deal with your pain.

Author: Carlfred Broderick, LDS Family Therapist, Source: "The Uses of Adversity," As Women of Faith, 1988 Brigham Young University Women's Conference, Deseret Book, 1989, 172-73. Saved by ryanclark in gospel pain 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]
In the gospel of Jesus Christ you have help from both sides of the veil and you must never forget that. When disappointment and discouragement strike, and they will, you remember and never forget that if our eyes could be opened we would see horses and chariots of fire as far as the eye can see riding at reckless speed to come to our protection. They will always be there, these armies of heaven, in defense of Abraham's seed.
Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: "For Times of Trouble," New Era, Oct. 1980, 15Saved by cboyack in heaven gospel protection veil army angel disappointment 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
In the gospel of Jesus Christ you have help from both sides of the veil and you must never forget that. When disappointment and discouragement strike, and they will, you remember and never forget that if our eyes could be opened we would see horses and chariots of fire as far as the eye can see riding at reckless speed to come to our protection. They will always be there, these armies of heaven, in defense of Abraham's seed.
Author: Jeffrey R. Holland, Source: "For Times of Trouble," New Era, Oct. 1980, 15Saved by mlsscaress in heaven gospel protection veil army angel disappointment 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

“The gospel of Jesus Christ has the answers to all of our problems. The gospel is not a secret. It is not complicated or hidden. It can unlock the door to true happiness. It is not someone’s theory or proposition. It does not come from man at all. It springs from the pure and everlasting waters of the Creator of the universe, who knows truths we cannot even begin to comprehend. And with that knowledge, He has given us the gospel—a divine gift, the ultimate formula for happiness and success.”

Author: Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Source: “The Way of the Disciple,” Ensign, May 2009, 75 Saved by tengaio in happiness jesuschrist gospel 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

If you have congregations of people in branches, and the gospel is being taught, and they are understanding it, then you have done what you are called to do. Building the Church seems to center around buildings and budgets and programs and procedures, but somewhere in the midst of it the gospel is struggling for breath. Get that fixed in the minds of your elders.

Author: Boyd K. Packer, Source: http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/57557/Church-advances-as...Saved by cboyack in church gospel kingdomofgod missionarywork 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

We live in a time when sacrifice is definitely out of fashion, when the outside forces that taught our ancestors the need for unselfish cooperative service have diminished....


The values of the world wrongly teach that “it’s all about me.” That corrupting attitude produces no change and no growth. It is contrary to eternal progress toward the destiny God has identified in His great plan for His children. The plan of the gospel of Jesus Christ lifts us above our selfish desires and teaches us that this life is all about what we can become.

Author: Elder Dallin H. Oaks , Source: http://lds.org/conference/talk/display/0,5232,23-1-1032-29,00....Saved by mlsscaress in sacrifice progress gospel plan become unselfish 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

If any of us are imperfect, it is our duty to pray for the gift that will make us perfect. Have I imperfections? I am full of them. What is my duty? To pray to God to give me the gifts that will correct these imperfections. If I am an angry man, it is my duty to pray for charity, which suffereth long and is kind. Am I an envious man? It is my duty to seek for charity, which envieth not. So with all the gifts of the Gospel. They are intended for this purpose. No man ought to say, ‘Oh, I cannot help this; it is my nature.’ He is not justified in it, for the reason that God has promised to give strength to correct these things, and to give gifts that will eradicate them.

Author: President George Q. Cannon, Source: Millennial Star, 23 Apr. 1894, 260Saved by mlsscaress in jesuschrist strength change gospel pray gift new seek ask correct imperfections brokenheart eradicate 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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