quotes tagged with 'preparedness'

“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 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Let’s not forget one of the most important lessons learned through the year’s supply program is the lesson of obedience.

Author: H. Burke Peterson, Source: Church News, April 12, 1975Saved by cboyack in obedience foodstorage preparedness 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

In mercy the Lord warns and forewarns. He sees the coming storm, knows the forces operating to produce it, and calls aloud through His prophets, advises, counsels, exhorts, even commands—that we prepare for what is about to befall and take shelter while yet there is time. But we go our several ways, feasting and making merry, consoling conscience with the easy fancy of “time enough” and in idle hope that the tempest will pass us by, or that, when it begins to gather thick and black about us we can turn back and find shelter.

Author: James E. Talmage, Source: The Parables of James E. Talmage, p. 50Saved by cboyack in inspiration obedience preparedness prophet sloth prophecy distraction 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

What we need today is not more prophets. We have the prophets. But what we need is more people with listening ears. This is the great need of our generation.

Author: J. Rueben Clark, Source: Conference Report, October 1948, p. 82Saved by cboyack in obedience preparedness prophet prophecy 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Do we lose faith, do we lose patience, do we lose hope, do we get weary in waiting, because the day is long and the event delayed? It is difficult to be prepared for an event so long delayed. Many have found it too difficult and they slumber without due preparation. Hundreds of thousands of us today are in this position. Confidence has been dulled and patience worn thin. It is so hard to wait and be prepared always. But we cannot allow ourselves to slumber.

Author: Spencer W. Kimball, Source: Miracle of ForgivenessSaved by cboyack in faith preparedness hope patience tenvirgins 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

It will not be long until calamities will overtake the human family unless there is speedy repentance. It will not be long before those who are scattered over the face of the earth by millions will die like flies because of what will come.

Our Heavenly Father has told us how it can be avoided, and that is our mission, in part, to go into the world and explain to people how it may be avoided, and that people need not be unhappy as they are everywhere but that happiness may be in their lives -- because when the Spirit of God burns in your soul, you cannot be otherwise than happy.

Author: George Albert Smith, Source: http://search.ldslibrary.com/article/view/166594Saved by cboyack in destruction preparedness calamity future prophecy 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

There are dangers all around. Some of you may say, "If things get really tough, we will move here, or we will move back there, and then we will be safe; everything will be all right there." If you do not fix it so that you are safe and in good company when you are alone, or when you are with your own husband or your own wife and your own children, you will not be safe or find happiness anywhere. There is no such thing as geographical security.

Author: Boyd K. Packer, Source: Box Elder High School graduation address, May 23, 1974Saved by cboyack in security preparedness callout 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

“We have built grain storage and storehouses and stocked them with the necessities of life in the event of a disaster. But the real storehouse is the family storeroom. In words of revelation the Lord has said, ‘Organize yourselves; prepare every needful thing’ (D&C 109:8.)”

Author: President Gordon B. Hinckley, Source: "If Ye Are Prepared, Ye Shall Not Fear" GC Oct 2005Saved by kathiekchristensen in preparedness 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]

We live in a most exciting and challenging period in human history. As technology sweeps through every facet of our lives, changes are occurring so rapidly that it can be difficult for us to keep our lives in balance. To maintain some semblance of stability in our lives, it is essential that we plan for our future. I believe it is time, and perhaps with some urgency, to review the counsel we have received in dealing with our personal and family preparedness. We want to be found with oil in our lamps sufficient to endure to the end. President Spencer W. Kimball admonished us:


"In reviewing the Lord’s counsel to us on the importance of preparedness, I am impressed with the plainness of the message. The Savior made it clear that we cannot place sufficient oil in our preparedness lamps by simply avoiding evil. We must also be anxiously engaged in a positive program of preparation."


He also said: "The Lord will not translate one’s good hopes and desires and intentions into works. Each of us must do that for himself." (The Miracle of Forgiveness, Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1969, p. 8).

Author: L. Tom Perry, Source: http://lds.org/ldsorg/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=2354fccf2b7db010Vg...Saved by cboyack in preparedness yearsupply future technology 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

The time is coming when those who do not obey the Lord will be separated from those who do. Our safest insurance is to continue to be worthy of admission to His holy house. How blessed we are to have temples available. The greatest gift you could give to the Lord at this or any other time of year is to keep yourself unspotted from the world, worthy to attend His holy house. His gift to you will be the peace and security of knowing that you are worthy to meet Him, whenever that time shall come.

Author: Russell M. Nelson, Source: http://speeches.byu.edu/reader/reader.php?id=506Saved by cboyack in wickedness obedience security temple peace preparedness worthiness separation callout 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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