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Mormon Prophets Gospel Principles

Mormon Gospel Principles Explained by the Prophets


True To The Faith- Thomas S. Monson

Faith is The Answer- David E. Sorensen


Repentance, A Blessing of Membership- Richard G. Hinckley

The Atonement, Repentance, and Dirty Linen- Lynn A. Mickelsen

Repentance and Change- Dallin H. Oaks

Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith MormonThe Prophet Joseph Smith: Teacher by Example- Thomas S. Monson

An Enduring Testimony of the Mission Prophet Joseph- Henry B. Eyring

Some Basic Teachings from the History of Joseph Smith- Carlos H. Amado


The Power of Gods Love- John H. Groberg

The Language of Love- Gayle M. Clegg

Feel the Love of the Lord- Bonnie D. Parkin


Your Mission Will Change Everything- David F. Evans

Now is the Time to Sever A Mission!- Richard G. Scott

Becoming A Missionary- David A. Bednar


The Sacred Call of Service- Thomas S. Monson

The Opportunity to Server- Gerald N. Lund

Couple Missionaries: A Time to Server- Robert D. Hales


Enhancing our Temple Experience- Elder L. Lionel Kendrick

“Ye are The Temple of God”- Boyd K. Packer


Born Again- James E. Faust


Agency-A Blessing and A Burden- Sharon G. Larsen

The Gift Of Agency- Wolfgang H. Paul

Agency And Anger- Lynn G. Robbins


As Now We Take the Sacrament-L. Tom Perry


Ressurection-Dallin H.Oaks


Washed Clean-Boyd K. Packer

The Atonement and the Value Of One Soul-M. Russell Ballard

The Atonement:All For All-Bruce C. Hafen


The Importance Of The Family- L. Tom Perry

Preparing Our Families For The Temple-Carol B. Thomas

Strenghtening Families: Our Sacred Duty-Robert D. hales

Beware of Pride (by President Ezra Taft Benson, 13th President of the Church )


Prophet and President of the Mormon Church, President Benson warns members and nonmembers alike of the dangers of pride, the universal sin. The Book of Mormon was written for us and for our day. It is the message of a fallen people whose pride proved to be their destruction. The Lord has warned us to beware of pride lest we be as the Nephites of old. Pride is often misunderstood. The central feature of pride is enmity toward God and our fellowmen. This enmity is a competition of our will versus God’s will. The scriptures contain many examples of those beset with pride. The proud love “the praise of men more than the praise of God.”  Pride is as common among those on the “bottom” looking up as those on the “top” looking down. Pride is the universal sin, the great vice. Pride is the great stumbling block to Zion. The antidote for pride is humility, meekness, and submissiveness. President Benson urges all to choose to be humble. (Read the Article).

The Tender Mercies of the Lord (by Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles)


In Mormon belief, the Lord’s tender mercies are the very personal and individualized blessings, strength, protection, assurances, guidance, loving-kindnesses, consolation, support, and spiritual gifts which we receive from the Lord Jesus Christ. One of the ways whereby the Savior comes to each of us is through His abundant and tender mercies. Mormonism teaches that through faithfulness, obedience, and humility we invite tender mercies into our lives, and it is often the Lord’s timing that enables us to recognize and treasure these important blessings. By loving one another and choosing God, we become God’s chosen and invite His tender mercies into our lives. Elder Bednar testified that the tender mercies of the Lord are available to all of us and that the Redeemer of Israel is eager to bestow such gifts upon us. (Read the Article)