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General Conference (#LDSConf)--Saturday Morning Session


If you had a chance to watch General Conference this morning, you know how wonderful it was.  Prayer was emphasized quite a bit. You can view videos at this link.  

Here are a few quotes that jumped out at me:

Much of the important work of God is unseen in the eyes of the world. --Elder Neil L. Andersen


Because Joseph was a prophet--Elder Craig C. Christensen

Please, we must stop comparing ourselves to others.--J. Devn Cornish
We can pray for guidance about when to speak, what to say, and yes, on some occasions, when to be still.--Robert D. Hales



If we loved the Savior more, would we suffer less?--Elder Robert D. Hales

(This is not to say that suffering is due to not loving the Savior--rather, that the Savior is available to help us and sustain us during hard times.  As we turn to Him, we can receive strength.)

In times of trouble, our prayers become a lifeline of love and tender mercies. --Carol F. McConkie

Do you prepare yourself for a moment of prayer?--Juan A. Uceda

I wonder if we truly appreciate what we have. --President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

I'm thankful for General Conference!

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  1. Some very good quotes. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed them. I always get something out of General Conference.

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