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Speeches given at BYU before the year 2000.

Speeches given at BYU before the year 2000.
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Speeches given at BYU before the year 2000.

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A Resevoir of Living Water | David A. Bednar, Feb 2007

10/15/2018
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The scriptures are like living water, nourishing and sustaining. To drink deeply, we must read the scriptures, study them, and search for connections daily.

Patience | Neal A. Maxwell, Nov 1979

10/8/2018
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Having patience with ourselves and our circumstances will bring us closer to God and increase our love, humility, and willingness to submit to Him.

Cast Not Away Therefore Your Confidence | Jeffrey R. Holland, Mar 1999

10/1/2018
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Trust in a perfect God gives us the confidence to act in faith, even when faced with difficult decisions or paralyzing fear.

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled | Gordon B. Hinckley, Oct 1974

9/24/2018
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Amidst political, economic, and educational challenges, don’t be a "pickle sucker." Be positive, focus on the good, and "let not your heart be troubled."

Living on the Lord's Side of the Line | Sheri Dew, Mar 2000

9/17/2018
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Choose to keep God's commandments—always—and stay out of Satan's territory. You are promised safety and peace if you stay on the Lord's side of the line.

God Is the Gardener | Hugh B. Brown, May 1968

9/10/2018
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God is the gardener of our lives. When we put our life in harmony with His will, we will be able to become what we are meant to be.

Duration:00:37:25

The Loneliness of Leadership | Gordon B. Hinckley, Nov 1969

9/3/2018
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To be covenant children of God is a call to leadership. The price for such leadership is often loneliness, but peace of conscience is the reward.

Duration:00:24:22

Identity, Priority, and Blessings | Russell M. Nelson, Sept 2000

8/27/2018
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Blessings come when we recognize our identity as covenant children of God, and when we make the Lord—and family—our top priority.

Duration:00:29:13

The Olive Press | Truman G. Madsen, May 1982

8/20/2018
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Drawing parallels between the olive press and the events in Gethsemane, Truman G. Madsen invites us all to reflect on the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Duration:00:40:36

Take upon Yourself the Whole Armor of God | LaVell Edwards, Apr 2001

8/13/2018
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Former BYU football head coach LaVell Edwards counsels us to put on the whole armor of God, which protects us and enables us to create a meaningful life.

Duration:00:30:57

Fear Not | Patricia T. Holland, Sep 1987

8/6/2018
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Patricia Holland reminds students that often fear is our greatest enemy. As we follow the scriptural admonition to "fear not," our faith is magnified.

Duration:00:14:19

The Human Soul's Quest for God—Harold S. Kushner, Oct 1994

7/30/2018
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Rabbi Harold S. Kushner describes gifts of faith cultivated on the human soul's quest for God. Inspiration and guidance come to those who follow Him.

Duration:00:37:49

Walk in the Newness of Life—Lloyd D. Newell, Apr 2014

7/23/2018
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The scriptures teach of ordinary people using the Atonement to "walk in newness of life." Their examples prove that it is never too late to change.

Duration:00:25:16

These Noble Pioneers—Gordon B. Hinckley, Feb 1997

7/20/2018
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They laid the foundation. Ours is the duty to build on it. The pioneers were people of great faith, of tremendous loyalty, and of unbending integrity.

A Message to Our Granddaughters—James E. Faust, Feb 1985

7/10/2018
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With an eternal perspective, God will help you—our granddaughters, and all women—fulfill your divine missions in the family, the Church, and the world.

Duration:00:27:28

Our Need for True Patriotism—Neal A. Maxwell, Jul 1993

7/2/2018
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In this 1993 Provo Freedom Festival fireside, Neal A. Maxwell calls for true patriotism: living so that we create a better country for future generations.

Duration:00:30:08

Inertia, Entropy, and Good Cheer—Geoffrey J. Germane, Jun 1995

6/25/2018
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The physical principles of inertia and entropy are strikingly relevant to our spiritual lives, as is the admonition to "be of good cheer."

Duration:00:36:17

“Rejoice in Christ Jesus, and Have No Confidence in the Flesh”—F. Enzio Busche, May 1985

6/18/2018
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“Rejoice in Christ Jesus, and Have No Confidence in the Flesh”

Duration:00:33:20

Jesus: The Best Friend We Have—Elray L. Christiansen, Aug 1966

6/12/2018
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Jesus Christ is the best friend we have—but do we treat Him like the friend He is? Do we live the principles He taught? Our love, service, and compassion towards others is a key indication of our friendship with the Savior.

Duration:00:33:58

Eternal Perspectives—Sara Lee Gibb, Feb 1999

6/5/2018
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As we replace earthly perspectives with eternal perspectives, we find that keeping God's commandments becomes natural and our lives take on new meaning.

Duration:00:37:35