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Here’s One Quote from Every Talk in the October 2021 General Conference

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The 191st Semiannual General Conference was full of inspiration and messages about Jesus Christ. It’ll take the next six months to study all that was shared. To get started, here’s one quote from each talk.


President Russell M. Nelson:I have prayed intently that this conference would be a time of revelation and reflection for all those who seek those blessings. I invite you to listen for three things during this Conference: pure truth, the pure doctrine of Christ, and pure revelation.”

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland: “When difficult things are asked of us, even things contrary to the longings of our heart, remember that the loyalty we pledge to the cause of Christ is to be the supreme devotion of our lives.”

President Bonnie H. Cordon:The Lord has a plan and prepared you for this day right now to be a strength and force for good. We need you. It will not be as grand without you.”

Elder Ulisses Soares: One of the most striking principles taught by the Savior during His earthly ministry was treating others with compassion. Compassion is a fundamental characteristic for those who strive for sanctification.”

Elder D. Todd Christofferson: His is a Father’s pure love, universal to all but personal to each. Would it not be a worthy aspiration to live so that God can love us not just in spite of our failings but also because of what we are becoming?”

Elder Clark G. Gilbert: “In the Lord’s calculus, He will do everything He can to help us turn our slopes toward heaven.”

Elder Patricio M. Giuffra: “I invite us all to continually increase our faith in Christ, who has changed the lives of my beloved mother and me and continues to change the lives of all who seek Him.”

President Dallin H. Oaks: “Members who forgo Church attendance and rely only on individual spirituality separate themselves from these gospel essentials: the power and blessings of the priesthood, the fulness of restored doctrine, and the motivations and opportunities to apply that doctrine.”


Elder David A. Bednar: “We take the Savior’s yoke upon us as we learn about, worthily receive, and honor sacred covenants and ordinances. We are bound securely to and with the Savior as we faithfully remember and do our best to live in accordance with the obligations we have accepted.”

Elder Ciro Schmeil: “As we study the scriptures the Lord will give us the answers or the necessary strength to get through one more day, one more week, and to try one more time.”

Sister Susan H. Porter: “When you know and understand how completely you are loved as a child of God, it changes everything.”

Elder Erich W. Kopishke: “For all who are personally affected by mental illness, hold fast to your covenants, even if you might not feel God’s love at this time.”

Elder Ronald A. Rasband: “When we are heavy laden with mistakes, heartaches, feelings of inadequacy, disappointment, anger or sin, the power of the Savior’s Atonement is, by divine design, one of the things that lifts the soul.”

Elder Christoffel Golden: “For those who have eyes to see, ears to hear, and hearts to feel, more than ever before, we are required to confront the reality that we are getting ever closer to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.”

Elder Moisés Villanueva: Jesus Christ showed us that during times of trial and adversity we can recognize the difficulties of others. Moved with compassion, we can reach out and lift them.”

Elder Gary E. Stevenson: “We should all strive to keep the gospel simple, in our lives, in our families, in our classes and quorums, and in our wards and stakes.”


President M. Russell Ballard: “How would we answer the question ‘Lovest thou me more than these?’ When we discover a fuller meaning of this question, we can become better family members, neighbors, citizens, members of the Church, and sons and daughters of God.”

Sister Sharon Eubank: “Through your ministry, donations, time and love, you have been the answer to so many prayers. And yet there is so much more to do.”

Elder Brent H. Nielson: “As we cheerfully submit our will to the Father, even in the most difficult of circumstances, the Savior will lift our burdens and make them light.”

Elder Arnulfo Valenzuela: “The scriptures and our knowledge of God are gifts. Gifts that we too often take for granted. Let us cherish these blessings.”

Brother Bradley R. Wilcox: “God’s message is that worthiness is not flawlessness.”

Elder Alfred Kyungu: “Let us have the courage to do what is right, even when it is unpopular; the courage to defend our faith and to act by faith.”

Elder Marcus B. Nash: “The need to hold up our light has never been greater in all human history. And the truth has never been more accessible.”

President Henry B. Eyring: “The still, small voice is clear and discernable in my mind when I feel an internal quiet and submission to the Lord’s will.”


Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf: “We can navigate our way through the darkness and trials of this life and find our way back to our loving Heavenly Father if we seek and accept the spiritual landmarks He has provided, embrace personal revelation and strive for daily restoration.”

President Camille N. Johnson: “It is through the manifestations of the Spirit that we will feel the Master’s hand, writing our stories with us.”

Elder Dale G. Renlund: “My invitation is to be valiant in putting our love of God and discipleship of the Savior above all other considerations. Let us uphold the covenant inherent in our discipleship — the covenant to be one.”

Elder Vaiangina Sikahema: “We will be blessed as we look for and follow the patterns and the sequence in which the Lord teaches what’s most important to Him.”

Elder Quentin L. Cook: “Letting go of pride and control and choosing the Savior would allow us to have His light and His peace.”

President Russell M. Nelson: “It is now time that we each implement extraordinary measures — perhaps measures we have never taken before — to strengthen our personal spiritual foundations. Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures.”


Elder Gerrit W. Gong: “We can always trust God. The Lord knows us better and loves us more than we know or love ourselves. His infinite love and perfect knowledge of past, present and future make His covenants and promises constant and sure.”

Bishop L. Todd Budge: “As we observe our covenants by sacrifice, we are made holy through the grace of Jesus Christ, and at the altars of the holy temple, with broken hearts and contrite spirits, we give our holiness to the Lord.”

Elder Anthony D. Perkins: “Whatever the cause of your sufferings, Heavenly Father can direct them to refine your soul. Refined souls can bear others’ burdens with true empathy.”

Elder Micahel A. Dunn: “Because every effort to change we make — no matter how tiny it seems to us — just might make the biggest difference in your life.”

Elder Sean Douglas: “We face our spiritual hurricanes best by believing in Christ and keeping His commandments.”

Elder Carlos G. Revillo Jr.: “Repentance is a cleaning agent. It allows us the opportunity to get rid of our impurities and our old debris, so we are worthy to be with God.”

Elder Alvin F. Meredith III: “Focusing on Christ can simplify our decisions and provide a guide for how we can best spend our time and resources.”

Elder Neil L. Andersen: “The destiny of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints requires that we be called by His name.”

President Russell M. Nelson: “We have been given our charge for the next six months. Now, the question is, how will we be different because of what we have heard and felt?”

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