Hastening the Work

Two prophecies predict a destiny for the restored gospel
As we study these Come, Follow Me prophecies this week, we should think about our roles in each of the seven prophecies.
I testify that I have heard Him as I have sought Him even during this hard and trying year.
Elder Uchtdorf encouraged today’s missionaries to reach out to people in person or through modern technology.
Did your mission take a surprising turn? Here are tips from someone who understands a bit of what you are going through.
These ministering angels know who you are, they care for you, they love you, and they will become a vital part of the fortification of your home. (Elder Gary E. Stevenson)
Zenos’ allegory of the olive trees can cultivate within us a more faith-filled perception of the trials of our day.
“I’ve experienced life without the restored gospel. I want to live the gospel in its fullness.” (Lillie Taylor, recently baptized)
“I can hardly wait to bounce out of bed each morning and see what the day will bring.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
The Lord is hastening His work in the gathering of scattered Israel by providing the gospel to His Saints in their respective languages.
“We are never living just for today.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
Are our testimonies strong enough to be numbered among the believers?