“If you do not magnify your callings, God will hold you responsible for those whom you might have saved had you done your duty.” John Taylor, Deseret News Semi-Weekly, 6 August, 1878
“As surely as the rescue of those in need was the general conference theme of October 1856, so too is it the theme of this conference and last conference and the one to come next spring. It may not be … Continue reading →
“A man who is full of the love of God is not content with blessing his family only, but thinks about all of the people in the world, anxious to bless the whole human race.” Joseph Smith, History of the … Continue reading →
“Generally speaking, the most miserable people I know are those obsessed with themselves; the happiest people I know are those who lose themselves in the service of others. By and large, I have come to see that if we complain … Continue reading →
“The most difficult thing for us seems to be to give of ourselves, to do away with selfishness. If we really love someone, nothing is a hardship.” N. Eldon Tanner, Conference Report, 4/67, pg. 104.
“The less love, the less service.” Neal A. Maxwell, All These Things Shall Give thee Experience.
“In the service of the Lord, it is not where you serve, but how.” J. Reuben Clark.
“Unless the way we live draws us closer to our Heavenly Father and to our fellow men, there will be an enormous emptiness in our lives. God does notice us and watches over us, but it is usually through another … Continue reading →
“Of all the times I have felt the promptings of the Spirit, they have come most forcefully and most surely when I was asking Heavenly Father what he would have me do for someone whom I loved and who I … Continue reading →
“After all that has been said, our greatest and most important duty is to preach the gospel.” Joseph Smith, Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, pg. 113. “A man who is full of the love of god is not content … Continue reading →