When it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm, please apply the following: Stop it!— Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Uplifting Mormonism quotations
If today you are a little bit better than you were yesterday, then that's enough. And, if tomorrow you are a little bit better than you were today, then that's enough.
You can be smart and happy or stupid and miserable. . . it's your choice
Men take care not to make women weep, for God counts their tears.
The most important single thing that any Latter-day Saint ever does in this world is to marry the right person, in the right place, by the right authority.
If we are going to do away with polygamy, it would only be one feather in the bird, one ordinance in the Church and Kingdom. Do away with that, then we must do away with the prophets and apostles, with revelation and the gifts and graces of the Gospel, and finally give up our religion altogether.
One of the grand fundamental principles of Mormonism is to receive truth, let it come from whence it may.
Truth is Mormonism. God is the author of it.
For every worry under the sun, there is a remedy or there is none.
If there be one, hurry and find it. If there be none, then never mind it.
Mormonism is the pure doctrine of Jesus Christ; of which I myself am not ashamed.
Love is the most powerful force in the world.
For 179 years [The Book of Mormon] has been examined and attacked, denied and deconstructed, targeted and torn apart like perhaps no other religious history – perhaps like no other book in any religious history- and still, it stands.
If Mormonism is able to endure, unmodified, until it reaches the third and fourth generation, it is destined to become the greatest power the world has ever known.
As daughters of God we are each unique and different in our circumstances and experiences. And yet our part matters—because we matter.
I told the brethren that the Book of Mormon was the most correct of any book on earth, and the keystone of our religion, and a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts, than by any other book.
There are few things more powerful than the faithful prayers of a righteous mother.
Seek to know God in your closets, call upon him in the fields.
Follow the directions of the Book of Mormon, and pray over, and for your families, your cattle, your flocks, your herds, your corn, and all things that you possess [see Alma 34:18-27]; ask the blessing of God upon all your labors, and everything that you engage in.
The Gadianton Robbers from the Book of Mormon are loose among us.
The King-men, and women, are running our government. And, worst of all, we are blindly electing them, or appointing them so they can continue to destroy the things we cherish most.
Not one piece of evidence has ever been found to support the Book of Mormon-not a trace of the large cities it names, no ruins, no coins, no letters or documents or monuments, nothing in writing. Not even one of the rivers or mountains or any of the topography it mentions has ever been identified.
If there is any one thing that will bring peace and contentment into the human heart, and into the family, it is to live within our means. And if there is any one thing that is grinding and discouraging and disheartening, it is to have debts and obligations that one cannot meet.
The Mormons make the marriage ring, like the ring of Saturn, fluid, not solid, and keep it in its place by numerous satellites.
The freethinker has the same right to discredit the beliefs of Christians that the Orthodox Christians enjoy in destroying reverence, respect, and confidence in Mohammedanism, Mormonism, Christian Science, or Atheism.
Friendship is one of the grand fundamental principles of “Mormonism”;
it is designed to revolutionize and civilize the world, and cause wars and contentions to cease and men to become friends and brothers.
Be spiritually independent enough that your relationship with the Savior doesn't depend on your circumstances or on what other people say and do. Have the spiritual independence to be a Mormon--the best Mormon you can--in your own way. Not the bishop's way. Not the Relief Society president's way. Your way.
The Book of Mormon is an inexhaustible encyclopedia of knowledge.
The Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ, and we learn about Him in its pages. We know that it has great power. It has the power to change lives. It has the power to convert. If you read it with an open heart, you will know that it is the word of God and that it is true.
May each of us remember this truth; 'one cannot forget mother and remember God. One cannot remember mother and forget God.' Why? Because these two sacred persons, God and mother, partners in creation, in love, in sacrifice, in service, are as one.
Sometimes people think if someone has depression, that person must be a broken Mormon. We believe that righteousness is happiness, but what happens when people are righteous and they're not happy?
Take away the Book of Mormon and the revelations, and where is our religion? We have none.
My mom is this liberal, feminist, Mormon powerhouse. I just love her to death.
You might as well deny 'Mormonism,' and turn away from it, as to oppose the plurality of wives.
I love being from a screwed up family.
We have everything in my family: prescription drug abuse, mental illness, one of my uncles is a Mormon.
There is a lot of absurdity sometimes, not just in Mormonism but often in other religions that want to pretend that no bad happens in their church, rather than taking care of what bad does happen.
The Lord has never indicated that black skin came because of being less faithful. Now, the Indian; we know why he has changed, don't we? The Book of Mormon tells us that; and he has a dark skin, but he has promise there that through faithfulness, that they all again become a white and delightsome people.
I mean, you can't have sex until you're married if you're Mormon.
The first time I had sex, my parents found out. They were listening in on the phone while I was talking about sex to my girlfriend. They freaked out, man. They both cornered me in my bedroom.