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My Notes on LDS General Conference, April 2016, Sunday PM Session

Robert D. Hales, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

The Holy Ghost is different from the light of Christ. We may experience the companionship of the Holy Ghost continually through baptism and the laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost provides revelation. Heavenly Father expects us to use our agency, studying it out in our minds and bringing it to Him in prayers. The Holy Ghost testifies of the Savior. He gives us a spiritual gift that all my profit from. The Holy Ghost is not given to control us. We cannot receive revelation for others. We will be tempted to let our personal desires overshadow the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is central to the restoration. Encourage our children and others to follow the promptings of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is a medium for the Lord’s work.

Gerrit W. Gong, Presidency of the Seventy

Have confidence in His promises and covenants. Gratefully acknowledge His hand in our life. Trust when the Lord assures us that if we repent of our sins, He will remember them no more. To be worthy does not mean to be perfect. There is no need to be unhappy in our imperfections. Christ knows all there is to know about us. Life is not as cruel as it can sometimes seem. He always welcomes us home. When you are ready, please open your heart to The Book of Mormon again, for the first time. Don’t let human foibles (our or others) hinder our process. Remember Him through the sacrament on the Sabbath. Always remember Him as He always remembers us. Always remember Him in all times, all places, and all circumstances we are in.

Patrick Kearon, Of the Seventy

The Church is partnering with organizations who have been dealing with refugees for many years. Early Latter-day Saints were refugees. Focus on the people, not governments or government policies. The Savior was a refugee from the rage of Herod. The Church has provided many needed things and services for the refugees. The ultimate aim for the refugees is to help them transition to their new environment. Become aware of the situations that cause the refugee problem. Stakes are to be a refuge from the storm. We are all children of our Father in Heaven. This moment will not define the refugees, but our response will define us.

Dallin H. Oaks, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Opposition is necessary to the plan of salvation. To provide alternatives in which to exercise our agency, we must have opposition. Agency and opposition were essential to God’s plan. Satan sought to destroy the agency of man. (My thought as Elder Oaks spoke is that Satan’s plan was communism. I’ve never thought of that before.) Opposition enables choice, and making the right choice enables the success of Father’s plan. Opposition permits us to grow into what Heavenly Father would have us become. There is no warrant for “loyal opposition” in God’s kingdom. Some things can only be learned by faith.

Kent F. Richards, Of the Seventy

We need the temple more than anything else. The real power of the temple is in the ordinances. Everything we do in the Church is to prepare us to go to the temple and receive saving eternal ordinances. Serve in the temple as if the whole effort depended on me alone. Serving in the temple is not just for old people. Serving in the temple is a rich and powerful thing for people of all ages. Come to the temple often and help others to come. In the temple we learn the power of godliness.

Paul V. Johnson, Of the Seventy

The resurrection is pivotal to the great plan of salvation. Resurrection makes it possible for the spirit and body to be united again, but not subject to pain or anxiety. Without the resurrection, we could not have a fullness of joy. We all have physical, mental, and emotional challenges which will eventually be resolved through resurrection. Christ can make us whole. We can be made perfect through Jesus, if we will just have faith and follow Him. The resurrection is the power of great hope.

Jeffrey R. Holland, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

You are the miracle of this Church, and we love you. We want to hold fast to the feelings we have had through this conference. Of necessity, we return to earth tomorrow. After spiritual experiences, we have to deal with real life. If you see limitations in those around you or in your own life, don’t be cast down in spirit, and don’t give up. General Conference is to give hope; not to discourage us. Don’t fall for Lucifer’s lies that we can’t improve. We can improve, and we get credit for trying, even if we don’t always succeed. If God were to reward only the perfectly faithful, he wouldn’t have much of a distribution list. God wants to reward those who want to keep the commandments and try to the best of their ability. If you fall, call out, and Jesus will help you get back up, repent, and keep going. Deal justly with others, walk humbly, and judge righteously. The Lord loves us with all His heart, might, mind, and strength. God will never desert us; it is not His character to do so. Heavenly Father wants to bless us. Keep trying, keep believing, keep growing. Heaven is cheering you on today, tomorrow, and forever. May a loving Heavenly Father help us to remember tomorrow how we felt today.
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My notes for LDS General Conference, April 2016, Sunday AM Session

President Thomas S. Monson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

New Temples: Ecuador, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Lima Peru

Build up real faith because we do know where we want to go. Correct our course settings if need be. Choose the harder right instead of the easy wrong. Choose Christ.

Bonnie L. Oscarson, Young Women General President

Do you believe it, or not? I knew it, but did I believe it? I did believe it! Families truly are forever. In a crisis moment or defining moment, do I know it is true? Am I so accustomed to my blessings that I’m complacent and ungrateful? This is more than just a Christian social club. If all we claim is true, then believing them is a matter of eternal significance. Don’t just go through the motions of our culture. Am I truly converted? Keep feasting on the precious fruit and choose faith over doubt. Stay in the boat, use your life jackets, hold on with both hands (quoting Elder Ballard).

W. Christopher Waddell, Second Counselor, Presiding Bishopric

Is it sometimes hard to think about Jesus? We all must experience sorrow; no one is exempt. Peace of mind, peace of conscience, and peace of heart does not depend on the absence of adversity. Peace has a condition attached; it comes with Jesus Christ. Learn, listen, and walk of Christ. We learn in the temple and can learn to overcome every trial and find peace. Listen to the prophets and follow prophetic counsel. Don’t just taste the fruit; continuously partake of the fruit. This is not a part-time commitment. Walk I the meekness of Christ’s Spirit. Observe and apply His atoning sacrifice. Repent and grasp His outstretched arms. We will find peace of our souls if we walk with Jesus.

D. Todd Christofferson, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Fathers are fundamental in God’s plan of happiness. Fathers and mothers are equal partners. Fatherhood is more than a social construct. Fathers should strive to emulate Heavenly Father. Fatherhood exposes us to our own weaknesses and need to improve. The ultimate model is our Heavenly Father. Demonstrate what fidelity to God looks like to your children. Fathers are to teach God’s law to each generation. God expects fathers to lead out in teaching children about God. Children need a model. Discipline and correction are a part of fatherhood, but abuse is never justified. Motivation must be love. Discipline is not so much punishment, but helping with self mastery. God Himself entrusted His only begotten son to a foster father. We call on all fathers to do better and be better. We call on the media not to portray fathers as buffoons and troublemakers. Think first of the happiness and well being of others. Pray for your children.

Quentin L. Cook, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

The Saints have been prepared spiritually for these four new temples. Picture yourself in the temple and make the necessary changes to see yourself in the temple. We live in a sacred holy time. Live to be worthy of a temple recommend. Be willing to forgive yourself. Living righteous principles brings happiness and peace. Increase your testimony. The Lord organizes eternal families only in the temple. Never underestimate the assistance from the other side of the veil in the temple. Honor the Savior and make any necessary changes to see yourself in His temple.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor, First Presidency

Man has the ability to create new life from ashes. If man can take the remains of a broken city and make an awe-inspiring structure that rises to the heavens, then God can take our brokenness and rebuild us. There is no life so shattered that it cannot be restored. God is fully aware of those that are lost. He will find them, and He will rescue them. We are worthy of divine rescue simply because we are loved. He knows and loves us. He knows we are lost, and He knows our tears. It doesn’t matter if we are lost through our own doing, or other circumstances. He will save us and then rejoice with us. What is the catch? God will force no one. His instruction is to draw near to Him, and He will draw near to us. Acting on hope, reach out, and God will reach out to us. Steps of faith are called obedience, which is not a popular word these days. All mankind may be saved by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the gospel. There is nothing good unless you do it. If our faith does not change the way we live, our religion is vain. Don’t let your faith flat line; be obedient. Obedience is the process for determining what we are truly made of. God sees us as we truly are, and He sees us worthy of rescue.
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I have a few thoughts today about the April 2016 LDS General Conference. Elder Mervyn B. Arnold, Of the Seventy talked about “the rescue.” He talked about our responsibility to bring souls to Chris…
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My notes LDS General Conference, April 2016, Saturday PM Session

Ronald A. Rasband, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Questions are an indication of a further desire to learn.  We need to help each other find Heavenly Father’s answers.  The leaders of the Church are no stranger to your concerns.  Are we listening to the counsel of our leaders?  Have you felt the influence of righteous leaders?  They me be in your local congregations, or speaking from the pulpit at General Conference.  As we follow the counsel of our leaders, we follow the Lord.  Are you standing with the leaders of the Church against the world?  The Lord is there for you.  We all need the Savior.  We cannot do it alone.  The Lord reaches out to us from our families and our leaders.  Reach out and take the Savior’s hand.

Neil L. Andersen, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

God loves all children.  Children are entitled to be born within the bonds of matrimony.  We need to be even more thoughtful and sensitive.  Children are blessed with spiritual gifts.  While a child’s surroundings may not be ideal, his/her spiritual DNA is perfect.  As a Primary teacher, I need to double my efforts to be sensitive to the needs of the children around me.  Knowing someone’s name can make a difference.  Help make every youth feel included, regardless of their personal circumstances.  God loves His children.  Reach out to youth who feel alone or left out.  Welcome then and embrace them.

Mervyn B. Arnold, Of the Seventy

Grandparents can play a marvelous role in the lives of their grandchildren.  As we go to the rescue, God gives us power.  Do not delay going to the rescue.  While we must be organized, we must not delay in our efforts.  We must never give up.  It is never too late, and no one is ever a hopeless cause.  How great will be your joy if you bring but one soul to Christ.  Know the name of everyone under your watch.  No matter our age, we are all called to go to the rescue.  We are as one called to the work to help the Savior until he comes again.  The Lord has provided all the tools necessary to go to the rescue.  (After this talk, I know how I’m going to be handling telemarketers.)

Jairo Mazzagardi, Of the Seventy

He related his conversion story and questions he had afterwards, even as a counselor in a stake presidency.  Why did the gospel have to be restored in the United States?  The plates of the Book of Mormon were buried here.  The story reminded me of some of my own questions that had such simple answers—once I finally was ready to hear them.  The Lord gives us knowledge and light.  Do not give up on the questions in your heart.  Ask of God.  Families are meant to be together forever.  He cares about His children.

David A. Bednar, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

We are exhorted to stand spotless before the Lord at the last day.  Being born again comes through the Spirit through ordinances.  The Holy Ghost is a sanctifier.  Ordinances are sacred acts that have eternal purposes.  All ordinances must be done under one who holds sacred keys.  Baptism is the introductory ordinance which is preceded by faith.  Baptism provides a necessary cleansing of our soul from sin.  Baptism is the essential preparation to receive the third member of the Godhead.  Baptism is the channel and key to receiving the Holy Ghost.  Baptism without the gift of the Holy Ghost is only half the ordinance and is of no use.  Repentance, baptism, and the gift of the Holy Ghost are inextricably connected.  The emblems of the sacrament are both blessed and sanctified.  To sanctify is to make pure and holy.  We are blessed to participate in the sacrament each week for a total remission of our sins.  Baptism is a point of departure in our spiritual journey; not a destination.

M. Russell Ballard, Quorum to the Twelve Apostles

Family councils have always been needed, but now more than ever.  General family council consists of the entire family.  Executive family council is with mother and father.  Limited family council is with parents and one child.  One-on-one family council is with one parent and one child.  Turn off electronic devices.  A family council may not always have a formal beginning or ending.  It is critical that we understand the unique situations of each family member.  Family members can be very different.  Siblings can be powerful mentors to younger children.  When council members feel they are part of a decision, there is power.  Pray, listen, discuss, and council together.  Family council can make the Sabbath day a powerful spiritual experience.  Listen to serious concerns and fears of your children.  Family councils can protect our families from the evils of the world and invite the Savior into our homes.  Family councils will root out problems much more quickly.
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2016 LDS General Conference
Women’s Session March 26, 2016—My Notes
(My notes for LDS General Conference, Women's Session.  These are my "notes" and impressions and do not necessarily constitute direct quotes.)

Video #1—Impressions

As recipients of the kindness, generosity, and service of others, we have a responsibility to be not only grateful, but willing to pay it forward.

Cheryl A. Esplin—First Counselor, Primary General Presidency
Jesus lived what he taught. Don’t think of your task as a burden; think of it as a chance to see what love really is. Focus on the needs of others. We are surrounded by those in need of attention. We have a mandate to serve others. Who can I help today? What time and resources do I have? What might we do as a family? It is the love of God and neighbors that gives meaning to life.

Neill F. Marriott—Second Counselor, Young Women’s General Presidency

Use your spiritual gifts to step up and defend truth. We must develop a bedrock faith in the doctrine. “Anchor” yourself to your family. Love is making space in your heart for someone else. Building the kingdom requires selfless sacrifice. We build the kingdom when we speak up and testify of truth. The more we follow Christ, the more we will want to follow His direction. Understand and believe the doctrine of the family and pray for help to speak up. Live truth fearlessly.

Video #2—Impressions

Be a support to others. Be the change in someone’s life.

Linda K. Burton—Relief Society General President

We must have unanimity of purpose. Be a friend to refugees. What if their story were my story? Relief Society relief effort is called I Was A Stranger. What can I do to serve refugees one on one—friendship/mentors. Reach out to others in love. When we work together in love and unity, we can expect God’s help.

President Henry Henry B. Eyring—First Counselor, First Presidency

Make your own commitment to service. Memories are feelings (love). Commitments are things to do. Feelings of love are a gift from God (charity is the pure love of Christ). Put your trust in the promptings of the Holy Ghost and pray about those promptings.

1) Go and serve knowing you do not go alone. The Savior prepares the way before you. He will prepare your heart, as well as the hearts of those you serve. He will provide helpers for you.

2) Remember the Lord as you go in service to Him. What would the Lord have me do? Each of us has a unique situation. Pray in faith to know what the Lord would have you do in your circumstances.

3) Be modest about your good works. Do your alms in secret.

Overall theme for the conference in my mind is 1) Hold fast to doctrine, 2) Speak up for truth, and 3) Serve others.
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This is my Christmas article.  As you read it, please think about what Jesus wants YOU to be.
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We did a little remembering this morning. Please slow down/move over for highway workers, emergency vehicles, highway patrol, tow truck drivers, etc.  They all have someone who wants them home at the end of the day.
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My notes for LDS General Conference, April 2016, Priesthood Session

President Russell M. Nelson, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Forgive and let go of old hurts and habits. Be willing to bear the priesthood of the holy order of God. There are too many men who have been given the authority of the priesthood, but they lack priesthood power because their power has been blocked. Develop your abilities to access the powers of heaven. Only those who have paid the price of priesthood power will be able to protect his family. Developing spiritual gifts develops our potential to access priesthood power. Imagine the increase of priesthood power that could be yours. If you want priesthood power, cherish and care for your wife. Priesthood power can calm the minds and soften the hearts of those we love.

Stephen W. Owen, Young Men General President

Dad knows where he is going; everything will be okay. Jesus Christ is the greatest leader because he is the greatest follower. He follows Heavenly Father perfectly. In God’s eyes, the greatest leaders have always been the greatest followers. Regardless of your calling, you are always a leader, and you are always a follower. If you are striving to be a follower of Christ, then you can help others follow Him. Whether we realize it, or not, people are looking up to us. It is not enough just to follow Christ, we must lead others we love to those same blessings. We must love everyone. In the very act of following Christ, you are leading others to Him.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor, First Presidency

Marriages and families are eternal; not disposable. Marriage and family should be valued. Families are not to make things easier on earth and to be cast off when we get to heaven. Strong marriages and families don’t happen just because we are members of the Church; they require hard work. Marriage requires charity, the pure love of Christ. Good marriages are built brick by brick over years of time. Happy marriages are meant to last forever. It may be a gradual thing, but it doesn’t have to be a cheerless one. Be happy. If we look for irritations in our spouse, we will surely find them. If we look for the good, we will find that too. Those who save marriages save future generations. Choose to celebrate the differences in your family. What is right for one family may not be right for every family. Council with your family. The begin and the end of the struggle is charity, the pure love of Christ. Charity is true for saving marriages and families. Pride is the defining characteristic of Satan. It is not part of our spiritual heritage. What legacy do you want to leave your posterity? Build bridges; don’t destroy them. Let love conquer pride. We all can be saviors of strong families. Follow the example of the One who saves us.

President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor, First Presidency

Every priesthood effort is to help to perfect families. Celestial marriage needs to be at the forefront of every priesthood service. The Holy Ghost will attend us in our service to families. There is no more commitment more important than marriage. Purity will be your protection and the protection of your children. Qualify and help others to qualify for eternal blessings of family.

President Thomas S. Monson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

We’ve been entrusted to bear the priesthood of God. Much is expected of us. Wherever you go, your priesthood goes with you. Remember who you are and what God expects you to become. The gift of priesthood power brings responsibility and blessings. Be prepared for your time of service. You are a chosen generation.
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My notes for LDS General Conference, April 2016, Saturday AM Session

President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor, First Presidency

The Lord promised that He would be close to us as we gather.  The Lord is in our midst.  He is not physically everywhere the Saints gather, but we can feel His spirit.  All of us have had our faith tested.  This is the Lord’s conference.  Only the Holy Ghost can bring the blessings of His closeness.  Pray and add your faith as each speaker approaches the podium.  You can pray as the choir begins to sing.  Hearts will be softened.  “A song of the righteous is as a prayer unto me.”  Listen carefully to the testimonies borne in the conference.  God knows each one of us.  The prophets and apostles speak for the Lord.

Mary R. Durham, Second Counselor, Primary General Presidency

Life can be so heavy.  If we are not careful, the things of this world can drown out the things of the Spirit.  How can we lay aside every weight?  The guiding gift of the Holy Ghost can help.  The words receive the Holy Ghost are not passive.  Help our children recognize the still small voice of the Holy Ghost.  The best immersion setting for learning the language of the Spirit is in the home.  We can help our children understand how to understand the Spirit.  The Holy Ghost teaches children in the way they learn best.

Donald L. Hallstrom, Presidency of the Seventy

All human beings are created in the image of God.  We are all sons and daughters of God.  This is among the most extraordinary knowledge we can obtain.  It is fundamental knowledge to living our covenants.  Do we really know it?  Do we know it in our mind, heart, and soul?  Is our first response to adversity to remember who we are?  Hardships have eternal purpose, even if we don’t understand it at the time.  You can have what you want, or you can have something better (quoting Elder Holland).  We live in a world that can make us forget who we really are.  We can forget our connection with God.  No matter what our circumstances are, our identity is a child of God.  That will motivate us and help us to remain steadfast and immovable.

Gary E. Stevenson, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

We don’t ever have to question, “Where are the keys?”  The priesthood has been restored.  Priesthood keys control the exercise of priesthood authority.  All keys of the priesthood are held by Jesus Christ.  Young people can “find the keys.”  Prepare for missionary service.  It is never too early to prepare for missionary service.  Attend the temple.  Can you see the relationship between priesthood keys and priesthood blessings?  Go forward with faith.  You will find true joy as you come to know the Savior.  The Lord will not leave us stranded to find our way back to Him.  The keys are safely in the keeping of prophets, seers, and revelators.

Kevin R. Duncan, Of the Seventy

There is no soul alive that will not be hurt by someone else.  God has provided an escape to all who fall victim to the actions of others.  We can forgive, and we can be free.  An unforgiving heart harbors so much needless pain.  Most of us want to forgive, but we find it very hard to do.  We mistakenly think that if we forgive, justice will not be served.  God assures that judgment is His.  God will console you in your afflictions.  God will compensate us for every injustice we experience.  We are all growing spiritually, but we are all at different levels.  Try to see others as God sees them.  God’s love for His children is perfect; he knows the potential of all.  We all have people in our lives with Saul-like personalities with Paul-like potential.  We do not know the pains that others carry.  To forgive is not to condone.  See with a broader perspective.  None of us should be defined by the worst thing we have ever done.  If we win, let us lose with grace.  If we lose, let us lose with grace.  We all fall short and are in need of the forgiveness of others.  The Savior’s atonement is also for those who need to forgive.  We do not need to be a victim twice; we can forgive.

Steven E. Snow, Of the Seventy

If we humble ourselves, our prayers will be answered.  If we continue to be faithful, we will return to the presence of our Heavenly Father.  We need to help our children remain humble.  We don’t do this by breaking their Spirit.  We need to teach them selfless, kindness, and to take joy in the success of others.  Our genuine concern should be for the success of others.  Humility is not something reserved to be taught to children.  Humility makes it possible for us to repent.  It makes it possible for us to become better people.  Remember humility when contention rises in the home.  Trials are humbling.  If we remain humble and teachable, our prayers become more earnest.  We must persevere the valley of humility.

Dale G. Renlund, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

The more we distance ourselves from our Heavenly Father, the more entitled we feel.  When we are distant from God, we feel that God has an obligation to fix things, and fix them right now.  Murmuring is childish whining.  Do I feel obligated to get answers to questions I have not asked?  The closer we are to Jesus Christ, the more we appreciate His suffering, and the more we want to repent and become like Him.  God is pleased with repentant sinners.  Drawing near to the Savior causes us to change.  We can choose to turn closer to our Heavenly Father and our Savior.  No one is immune from life’s challenges.  Everyone is in need of the sacrament.  The sacrament helps us know our Savior.  All that is unfair about life can be made fair.  God will wipe away all our tears.  Draw nearer to our Savior Jesus Christ.  Feel God’s nearness as he is made known to you through the sacrament.  Disgruntled entitlement will dissipate as we draw nearer to the Savior.  We will find that the Savior has been nearby all along.
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