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Here’s One Quote from Every Talk in the October 2022 General Conference

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The 192nd Semiannual General Conference held in October 2022 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.

Saturday Morning Session

President Dallin H. Oaks – “We need to be more aware and more appreciative of the service of others. The Church of Jesus Christ is committed to serving those in need and it is also committed to cooperating with others in that effort.”

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf – “It is the reason why you’re on earth — to learn, grow and progress, and become everything your Father in Heaven has created for you. That is your destiny. That is your future. That is your choice.”

Sister Tracy Y. Browning – “Jesus Christ is both the purpose of our focus and the intent of our destination. To help us to remain fixed and heading in the right direction, the Savior invites us to see our lives through Him, in order to see more of Him in our lives.”

Elder Dale G. Renlund – “I invite you to have the confidence to claim personal revelation for yourself.”

Elder Rafael E. Pino – “If we are steadfast and immovable in doing good, our customs will be in accordance with the principles of the gospel and they will help us to stay on the covenant path.”

Elder Hugo Montoya – “Adversity in our lives can cause doubt about the fulfillment of the promises that have been made to us. Please trust in our Father. He always keeps His promises and we can learn what He wants to teach us.”

Elder Ronald A. Rasband – “My dear friends, as an Apostle of the Lord, I invite you to follow our beloved prophet, President Nelson, in flooding the earth with the Book of Mormon. The need is so great — we need to act now.”

President Russell M. Nelson – “Some would have us believe that truth is relative, that each person should determine for himself or herself what is true. Such a belief is but wishful thinking for those who mistakenly think they will not also be accountable to God.”

Saturday Afternoon Session

President M. Russell Ballard – “Brothers and sisters, I testify that as we follow Jesus Christ with footsteps of faith, there is hope. There is hope in the Lord Jesus Christ. There is hope for all in this life. There is hope to overcome our mistakes, our sorrows, our struggles, and our trials and troubles.”

Sister Kristen M. Yee – “To all that are brokenhearted, captive, bruised and perhaps blinded by hurt or sin, He offers healing, recovery, and deliverance.”

Elder Paul V. Johnson – “No matter how capable, educated, brilliant or strong we are, we cannot cleanse ourselves from our sins … or exalt ourselves. It is only possible through the Savior Jesus Christ and His infinite atonement.”

Elder Ulisses Soares – “Although each possesses specific attributes and divinely appointed responsibilities, woman and man fill equally relevant and essential roles in God’s plan of happiness for His children.”

Elder James W. McConkie III – “When we try to help someone we love come unto Christ, we can do so with confidence that He has the capacity to lift the burden of sin and to forgive.”

Elder Jorge F. Zeballos – “What is truly relevant is that for having followed the divinely designed plans and specifications, that is, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we are still standing.”

Elder D. Todd Christofferson – “The church is the custodian of the covenants of salvation and exaltation that God offers us through the ordinances of the Holy Priesthood. It is by keeping these covenants that we obtain the highest and deepest sense of belonging.”

Saturday Evening Session

October 2022 General Conference Recap – Saturday Evening Session

Bishop Gérald Caussé – “As God’s children, we have received the charge to be stewards, caretakers, and guardians of His divine creations.”

Sister Michelle D. Craig – “As disciples of Jesus Christ, we believe and can grow in three important truths: 1. We can keep our covenants, even when it is not easy. 2. We can act in faith. 3. We can be wholehearted and joyful in our devotion.”

Elder Kevin W. Pearson – “Heavenly Father loves us perfectly, but that love comes with great expectations. He expects us to willingly place the Savior at the very center of our lives.”

Elder Denelson Silva – “The defense of the truth should never be done in an aggressive manner but rather with genuine interest to love, share and invite the people we are testifying to about the truth.”

Elder Neil L. Andersen – “We realize that as evil increases in the world, our spiritual survival, and the spiritual survival of those we love, will require that we more fully nurture, fortify and strengthen the roots of our faith in Jesus Christ.”

Sunday Morning Session

October 2022 General Conference Recap - Sunday Morning Session

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland – “Another reason for not using iconized crosses is the emphasis on the complete miracle of Christ’s mission — his glorious resurrection as well as his sacrificial suffering and death.”

Sister J. Anette Dennis – “I believe the Savior is inviting us to live a higher, holier way — His way of love where all can feel they truly belong and are needed.”

Elder Gerrit W. Gong – “Happy and forever are not the imaginary stuff of fairy tales. True enduring joy and eternity with those we love are the very essence of God’s plan of happiness.”

Elder Joseph W. Sitati – “When we respect and align what we do with these eternal realities, we experience internal peace and harmony. When we don’t, we are unsettled.”

President Steven J. Lund – “Like brightly hulled steel ships at sea, we live in a spiritually corrosive environment where the most gleaming convictions must be mindfully maintained or they can etch, then corrode and then crumble away.”

Elder David A. Bednar – “You and I ultimately can choose to be chosen through the righteous exercise of our moral agency.”

President Russell M. Nelson – “Dear brothers and sisters, my message to you today is that because Jesus Christ overcame this fallen world and because He atoned for each of us, you too can overcome this sin-saturated, self-centered, and often exhausting world.”

Sunday Afternoon Session

President Henry B. Eyring – “The Savior knows your struggles in detail. He knows your great potential to grow in faith, hope, and charity.”

Elder Ryan K. Olsen – “The answer to the simplest questions and to the most complex problems is always the same. The answer is Jesus Christ. Every solution is found in him.”

Elder Jonathan S. Schmitt – “Just as Jesus knows each of us by name, one way we can come to better know Jesus is by learning his many names.”

Elder Mark D. Eddy – “Throughout scripture, we read of miraculous blessings poured out upon those who have chosen to try the virtue of the word of God in their lives.”

Elder Gary E. Stevenson – “Your testimony is a most precious possession, often associated with deep spiritual feelings. These feelings are usually communicated quietly and described as a still small voice.”

Elder Isaac K. Morrison – “While some challenges may come because of willful disobedience, we know that many of life’s challenges come because of other reasons. Whatever the source of our challenges, they can be a golden opportunity to grow.”

Elder Quentin L. Cook – “We cannot obtain the Celestial Kingdom and live with God the Father on borrowed light, we need our own testimony of Jesus Christ and His gospel.”

President Russell M. Nelson – “[The Lord] is making His temples more accessible. He is accelerating the pace at which we are building temples. He is increasing our ability to help gather Israel.”

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