Sunday, July 17, 2011


Moroni 10:20-21
20Wherefore, there must be faith; and if there must be faith there must also be hope; and if there must be hope there must also be charity.
 21And except ye have charity ye can in nowise be saved in the kingdom of God; neither can ye be saved in the kingdom of God if ye have not faith; neither can ye if ye have no hope.

Elder Steven E Snow, Hope, April 2011 General Conference
"Our hope in the Atonement empowers us with eternal perspective. Such perspective allows us to look beyond the here and now on into the promise of the eternities. We don’t have to be trapped in the narrow confines of society’s fickle expectations. We are free to look forward to celestial glory, sealed to our family and loved ones."

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "The Infinite Power of Hope", General Conference October 2008
"Hope is one leg of a three-legged stool, together with faith and charity. These three stabilize our lives regardless of the rough or uneven surfaces we might encounter at the time. The scriptures are clear and certain about the importance of hope. The Apostle Paul taught that the scriptures were written to the end that we 'might have hope.'1
"Hope is a gift of the Spirit."

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