“Our existence is eternal. We use words rather loosely when we speak of the “life before this, and this life, and the next life,” as though we were a cat of nine lives, when as a matter of fact we … Continue reading →
“It is true intelligence for a man to take a subject that is mysterious and great in itself and to unfold and simplify it so that a child can understand it.” John Taylor, Discourse, Deseret News, Sept. 30, 1857, 238.
“Consider how we use our time in the choices we make in viewing television, playing video games, surfing the Internet, or reading books or magazines. Of course it is good to view wholesome entertainment or to obtain interesting information. But … Continue reading →
“The well-schooled are not the ones who have received the greatest truths revealed to mankind. It was fishermen and plow boys who were called both anciently and in modern times to be the Lord’s greatest prophets and revelators. Angels visited … Continue reading →
“An intelligent being, in the image of God, possesses every organ, attribute, sense, sympathy, affection, of will, wisdom, love, power and gift, which is possessed by God himself. But these are possessed by man, in his rudimental state, in a … Continue reading →
“A person may profit by noticing the first intimation of the spirit of revelation, for instance, when you feel pure intelligence flowing into you, it may give you sudden strokes of ideas, so that by noticing it, you may find … Continue reading →