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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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English


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To the Lonely and Misunderstood | Richard G. Scott, Aug 1982

1/21/2019
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Life may seem unfair and unsatisfactory to the lonely and misunderstood, but purpose can be found through faith, repentance, obedience, and service.

Adversity | Dallin H. Oaks, Jan 1995

1/14/2019
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Our response to adversity shapes our character. Trials are temporary, but the blessings we can receive from them are permanent.

Spiritual Gifts | Peggy S. Worthen

1/8/2019
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What are spiritual gifts? Why are they important? How can we develop them? Sister Worthen answers these questions and more in her devotional address.

“A More Excellent Hope” | Russell M. Nelson, Jan 1995

1/7/2019
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We yearn for hope not just for moments in this life, but for eternity. Our hope is bolstered by understanding faith and charity, the pure love of Christ.

The Dauntless Spirit of Resolution | Howard W. Hunter, Jan 1992

12/31/2018
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As you make resolutions for the new year, don't be too hard on yourself. Remember that God can give you the spirit of commitment and resolution you lack.

Christ the Savior Is Born | Russell M. Nelson, Dec 2002

12/24/2018
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This Christmas, we remember not only on the implications that a Savior was born, but also the implications that He died—for us.

A Wholesome, Hallowed, Gracious Christmas | Marion D. Hanks, Dec 1973

12/17/2018
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May your Christmas be a wholesome, hallowed, and gracious one. Fill the season with love for the Savior and love for your neighbor.

Gifts of Love | Henry B. Eyring, Dec 1980

12/10/2018
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This Christmas, remember that the best gifts are given when the giver feels for the receiver, gives freely, and counts the sacrifice as a bargain.

The Spirit of Christmas | Thomas S. Monson, Dec 1966

12/3/2018
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Thomas Monson shares a few touching experiences that demonstrate the true meaning and spirit of Christmas, which we should all seek to have in our hearts.

Charity: How We Treat Each Other | Elaine L. Jack, Mar 1992

11/26/2018
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Small acts of charity can make a big difference in the lives of others. When we exhibit charity, we are doing the extraordinary.

Overcoming Ingratitude | Rex E. Lee, Jan 1994

11/19/2018
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Many of us suffer from ingratitude, which deprives us and others of meaningful blessings. By taking steps to develop gratitude, we will be happier.

"Live in Thanksgiving Daily" | Joseph B. Wirthlin, Oct 2000

11/12/2018
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By living with a spirit of thanksgiving and not complaining about our circumstances, we will become happier. Opening our eyes to the beauty around us, opening our hearts to God, and opening our arms to those in need will help foster an attitude of gratitude in our lives.

The Value of Self-Esteem | James E. Faust, May 2007

11/5/2018
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A strong, healthy self-esteem is part of being truly humble. Seek the assured confidence that comes from loving God, others, and yourself.

For Times of Trouble | Jeffrey R. Holland, Mar 1980

10/29/2018
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Trouble will come, but discouragement doesn't have to. If we prepare - work, repent, and change - we can expect miracles.

The Family | Henry B. Eyring, Nov 1995

10/22/2018
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The Family: A Proclamation to the World declares the importance of family in our journey to, and enjoyment of, eternal life.

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.