We, like the Nephites, need to have the sincere and continual desire to receive the Holy Ghost.
This higher law commands us to strive continually to follow Christ’s perfect example.
When I feel the Spirit, that means that all three of Them are close to me—closer than I ever dreamed possible and more often that I could have ever imagined.
My heart is full of gratitude for the many enlightening truths that the Lord has seen fit to give me.
I felt this spiritual experience was a personal warning—a wake-up call for me to be wary of the wiles and cunning deceit of the adversary.
Even though this is a busy, fast-paced world, where many voices are beckoning for our attention, I can “be still” and “Hear Him.
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Our priorities will be clear when our hearts are ready to receive the answers.
It was a privilege to visit the Sacred Grove and Hill Cumorah but feeling the Spirit of the Lord is what strengthened my faith that Jesus is the Living Christ.
We prepare ourselves for a spiritual feast by living the commandments, trusting in the Lord, and following the promptings of the Spirit.
Learning music skills “precept upon precept” reveals a pattern for how we can acquire faith in Jesus Christ through personal revelation.
“The privilege of receiving revelation is one of the greatest gifts of God to His children.” (President Russell M. Nelson)