Born of a noble father and a saintly mother, President Hinckley learned as a young boy the truths of the restored gospel from his faithful parents. He came to respect deeply and value highly his pioneer heritage.

Joseph B. Wirthlin

Joseph B. Wirthlin

Profession: Businessman
Nationality: American

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Immorality, violence, and divorce, with their accompanying sorrows, plague society worldwide.

Having received the Spirit of Christ to know good from evil, we should always choose the good.

My father was truly a great man. I remember one day putting my feet in my father's shoes. I was amazed at the size. Would I ever be big enough to fill his shoes? Could I ever grow into the man my father was? I wondered.

Kindness is the essence of greatness and the fundamental characteristic of the noblest men and women I have known.

All too often, lotteries only add to the problem of the financially disadvantaged by taking money from them and giving nothing of value in return.

Most of us don't mind doing what we ought to do when it doesn't interfere with what we want to do, but it takes discipline and maturity to do what we ought to do whether we want to or not.

Think of how dark that Friday was when Christ was lifted up on the cross... It was a Friday filled with devastating, consuming sorrow that gnawed at the souls of those who loved and honored the Son of God.

Yes, education is the catalyst that will hone and sharpen our talents, skills, and abilities and cause them to blossom.

When the Savior Himself was born, there were troubled times.

During my life I have heard many sermons on the Resurrection. I can recite the events of that first Easter Sunday. I have marked in my scriptures passages regarding the Resurrection.

When we are baptized and confirmed, when brethren are ordained to the priesthood, when we go to the temple and receive our endowment, when we enter into the new and everlasting covenant of eternal marriage - in all these sacred ordinances, we make solemn commitments to keep God's commandments.

There has always been discouragement, negativism, and temptation in the world because of Lucifer.

In spite of discouragement and adversity, those who are happiest seem to have a way of learning from difficult times, becoming stronger, wiser and happier as a result.

Integrity, a firm adherence to the highest moral and ethical standards, is essential to the life of a true Latter-day Saint.