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LeGrand Richards teaches that we ought to cultivate a spirit of thanksgiving for the many blessings we have in the gospel—including the commandments, which are evidence of God's love.
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Growing in our ability to receive revelation is like learning a new language or learning to play a musical instrument. We must practice diligently for a long time before we feel comfortable with it. We must be patient with ourselves, recognize that we might have some setbacks, and persist until we become masters at recognizing a witness of the Spirit.
By living with a spirit of thanksgiving and not complaining about our circumstances, we will become happier. Opening our eyes to the beauty around us, opening our hearts to God, and opening our arms to those in need will help foster an attitude of gratitude in our lives.
Jesus Christ is the best friend we have—but do we treat Him like the friend He is? Do we live the principles He taught? Our love, service, and compassion towards others is a key indication of our friendship with the Savior.
Robert K. Goodwin, president and CEO of the Points of Light Foundation, calls on the BYU community, along with people everywhere, to join in the nationwide effort to get people involved in service. This involvement is the antidote for many of society's ills.
The Atonement of Jesus Christ is somehow both vast enough to apply to the entirety of the universe and intimate enough to support us in our individual trials. The Atonement influences the heavens, and it will also influence our hearts if we let Christ in.
The scriptures and the revelations of modern prophets teach us that service is the essence of "true religion, undefiled before God." As we go about doing good, let our service be characterized by privacy and generosity.
The story of the prodigal son testifies that no matter how mild or how severe our sins, there is always a way back to light, peace, and eternal life. Our Father is waiting to greet us with open arms and with a robe, ring, and the fatted calf.