Quote Wednesday #47


“A grateful heart, then, comes through expressing gratitude to our Heavenly Father for His blessings and to those around us for all that they bring into our lives. This requires conscious effort—at least until we have truly learned and cultivated an attitude of gratitude.” (Thomas S. Monson)

Quote Wednesday #46


“How many of us are going through life today telling ourselves, “If we keep going long enough, we’re going to get somewhere,” but are not defining exactly where that place is we want to be? “Somewhere” is not good enough. We must know where we want to go and be firmly committed to getting there. And we should get that knowledge and commitment early.” (Robert D. Hales)

Quote Wednesday #45


“Life never was intended to be easy. Rather, it is a period of proving and growth.” (Richard G. Scott)

Quote Wednesday #44


“That which we persist in doing becomes easier. Not that the nature of the task has changed, but our ability to perform it increases.” (Heber J. Grant)

Quote Wednesday #42


“True success in this life comes in consecrating our lives—that is, our time and choices—to God’s purposes. In so doing, we permit Him to raise us to our highest destiny.” (D. Todd Christofferson)

Quote Wednesday #41


“Trust in the Lord. He knows what He is doing. He already knows of your problems. And He is waiting for you to ask for help.” (Richard G. Scott)

Quote Wednesday #40


“If life and its rushed pace and many stresses have made it difficult for you to feel like rejoicing, then perhaps now is a good time to refocus on what matters most.” (Dieter F. Uchtdorf)

Quote Wednesday #39


“Is the order of things right in our own lives? Are we investing, first and foremost, in the things that are eternal in nature? Do we have an eternal perspective? Or have we fallen into the trap of investing in the things of this world first and then forgetting the Lord?” (L.Tom Perry)

Quote Wednesday #38



“One of the adversary’s sharpest tools is to convince us that we are no longer worthy to pray. No matter who you are or what you may have done, you can always pray.” (Boyd K. Packer)