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Quotes by Gordon B. Hinckley

"Paul wrote to Timothy: God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord (2 Timothy 1:7-8). I would that every member of this Church would put those words where you might see them every morning as you begin your day. They will give you courage to speak up, they will give you the faith to try, they will strengthen your conviction of the Lord Jesus Christ."
Gordon B. Hinckley - quotes website

"There is no obstacle to great, no challenge too difficult, if we have faith."
Gordon B. Hinckley - quotes website

"It was said that at one time the sun never set on the British Empire. That empire has now been diminished. But it is true that the sun never sets on this work of the Lord as it is touching the lives of people across the earth."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Gen. Conf. 2003

"True love is not so much a matter of romance as it is a matter of anxious concern for the well being of ones companion."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Quote Book

"Even when the armaments of war ring out in deathly serenade . . . there stands immovable, reassuring, comforting, and with great outreaching love the quiet figure of the Son of God, the Redeemer of the world."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign, May 2003, 81

"There is room for improvement in every life. Regardless of our occupations, regardless of our circumstances, we can improve ourselves and while so doing have an effect on the lives of those about us."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Conf. 2002

"Teach your children when they are young and small, and never quit. As long as they are in your home, let them be your primary interest."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign, Nov. 2000, 98

"Let your children be exposed to great minds, great ideas, everlasting truth, and those things which will build and motivate for good."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign, June 1985, 4

"We live in the world. We work in the world. But we must rise above the world as we pursue the work of the Lord and seek to build His kingdom in the earth."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Gen. Conf. 2003

"Now, my brethren and sisters, the time has come for us to stand a little taller, to lift our eyes and stretch our minds to a greater comprehension and understanding of the grand millennial mission of this The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is a season to be strong. It is a time to move forward without hesitation, knowing well the meaning, the breadth, and the importance of our mission. It is a time to do what is right regardless of the consequences that might follow. It is a time to be found keeping the commandments. It is a season to reach out with kindness and love to those in distress and to those who are wandering in darkness and pain. It is a time to be considerate and good, decent and courteous toward one another in all of our relationships. In other words, to become more Christlike"
Gordon B. Hinckley - Gen. Conf. 1995 Apr.

" . . . I am satisfied . . . that whenever a man has a true witness in his heart of the living reality of the Lord Jesus Christ all else will come together as it should."
Gordon B. Hinckley - 2004, Apr. Gen. Conf.

"If every man in this church who has been ordained to the Melchizedek Priesthood were to qualify himself to hold a temple recommend, and then were to go to the house of the Lord and renew his covenants in solemnity before God and witnesses, we would be a better people. There would be little or no infidelity among us. Divorce would almost entirely disappear. So much of heartache and heartbreak would be avoided. There would be a greater measure of peace and love and happiness in our homes. There would be fewer weeping wives and weeping children. There would be a greater measure of appreciation and of mutual respect among us. And I am confident the Lord would smile with greater favor upon us."
Gordon B. Hinckley - 2005, Apr. Gen. Conf.

"Of all the creations of the Almighty, there is none more beautiful, none more inspiring than a lovely daughter of God who walks in virtue with an understanding of why she should do so, who honors and respects her body as a thing sacred and divine, who cultivates her mind and constantly enlarges the horizon of her understanding, who nurtures her spirit with everlasting truth."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign, Sept. 1988, 11

"The family is a creation of the Almighty. It represents the most sacred of all relationships. It represents the most serious of all undertakings. It is the fundamental organization of society."
Gordon B. Hinckley - 2005 Apr. Gen. Conf.

"we remember the Lord Jesus Christ in reverence and with love. He has done for us what we could not do for ourselves. He has brought meaning to our mortal existence."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Dec. Ensign 2002, 2.

"The way will be lighter, the worries will be fewer, the confrontations will be less difficult if we cultivate a spirit of happiness."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Conf 2002

"Man's ingenuity knows no end when the God of Heaven inspires and pours out light and knowledge."
Gordon B. Hinckley - 2004, Apr. Gen. Conf.

"Our people have passed through oppression and persecution; they have suffered drivings and every imaginable evil. And out of all of that has come something which today is glorious to behold."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Gen. Conf. 2003

"Our whole strength rests on the validity of [Joseph Smith's] vision. It either occurred or it did not occur. If it did not, then this work is a fraud. If it did, then it is the most important and wonderful work under the heavens."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Gen. Conf. 2002

"There is need occasionally to leave the noise and the tumult of the world and step within the walls of a sacred house of God, there to feel His Spirit in an environment of holiness and peace."
Gordon B. Hinckley - 2005, Apr. Gen. Conf.

"I believe that through His atoning sacrifice, the offering of His life on Calvary's Hill, He expiated the sins of mankind, relieving us from the burden of sin if we will forsake evil and follow Him. I believe in the reality and the power of His Resurrection. I believe in the grace of God made manifest through His sacrifice and redemption, and I believe that through His Atonement, without any price on our part, each of us is offered the gift of resurrection from the dead. I believe further that through that sacrifice there is extended to every man and woman, every son and daughter of God, the opportunity for eternal life and exaltation in our Father's kingdom, as we hearken to and obey His commandments. "
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign Jul. 2006

"each convert needs a friend, a responsibility, and nurturing by the good word of God."
Gordon B. Hinckley - 2004, Apr. Gen. Conf.

"We must work at our responsibility as parents as if everything in life counted on it, because in fact everything in life does count on it."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Conf. 2002

"I testify that our prayers, offered in humility and sincerity, are heard and answered. It is a miraculous thing, but it is real."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign, Nov. 2000, 89

"Plead with the Lord out of the depths of your soul that He will remove from you the addiction which enslaves you."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Gen. Conf 2004

"If we are to hold up this Church as an ensign to the nations and a light to the world, we must take on more of the luster of the life of Christ."
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign, Nov. 2003, 84

"The Holy Ghost is the Testifier of Truth, who can teach men things they cannot teach one another. "
Gordon B. Hinckley - Ensign Jul. 2006

"Your students deserve more than your knowledge. They deserve and hunger for your inspiration. They want the warm glow of personal relationships. This always has been the hallmark of a great teacher"
Gordon B. Hinckley - Oct. Gen. Conf 1965

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