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Joseph B. Wirthlin

Joseph B. Wirthlin

Profession: Businessman
Nationality: American

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Kind words not only lift our spirits in the moment they are given, but they can linger with us over the years.

Many feel discouraged because they have not measured up to their potential.

We have no middle ground, no foggy gray area where we can sin a little without suffering spiritual decline. That is why we must repent and come to Christ daily on submissive knees so that we can prevent our bonfires of testimony from being snuffed out by sin.

Knowledge is very important and one of the few things that accompanies us into the next life.

There are many reasons our prayers may lack power. Sometimes they become routine. Our prayers become hollow when we say similar words in similar ways over and over so often that the words become more of a recitation than a communication.

Look at every Zion society from ancient times to present, and you find at its center love for others.

Desire, burning desire, is basic to achieving anything beyond the ordinary.

Too often today, we do not rely on faith so much as on our own ability to reason and solve problems.

Logic itself affirms that a loving Heavenly Father would not abandon His children without providing a way for them to learn of Him.

The most cherished and sacred moments of our lives are those filled with the spirit of love.

Young people should ponder over problems that might confront them and be prepared to cope with them in a way that their parents, their leaders, and their Heavenly Father would have them cope, that they might keep themselves clean and pure.

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

Those who make happiness the chief objective of life are bound to fail, for happiness is a by-product rather than an end in itself.

Some have been ensnared in the net of excessive debt. The net of interest holds them fast, requiring them to sell their time and energies to meet the demands of creditors. They surrender their freedom, becoming slaves to their own extravagance.