brigham-young-mormon“There is no doubt, if a person lives according to the revelations given to God’s people, he may have the Spirit of the Lord to signify to him his will, and to guide and to direct him in the discharge of his duties, in his temporal as well as his spiritual exercises. I am satisfied, however, that in this respect, we live far beneath our privileges.
– Brigham Young



richard-g-scott-large“There are some practical principles that enhance revelation. First, yielding to emotions such as anger or hurt or defensiveness will drive away the Holy Ghost. Those emotions must be eliminated, or our chance for receiving revelation is slight.  Another principle is to be cautious with humor. Loud, inappropriate laughter will offend the Spirit. A good sense of humor helps revelation; loud laughter does not. A sense of humor is an escape valve for the pressures of life.  Another enemy to revelation comes from exaggeration or loudness in what is stated. Careful, quiet speech will favor the receipt of revelation.  On the other hand, spiritual communication can be enhanced by good health practices. Exercise, reasonable amounts of sleep, and good eating habits increase our capacity to receive and understand revelation. We will live for our appointed life span. However, we can improve both the quality of our service and our well-being by making careful, appropriate choices.  It is important that our daily activities do not distract us from listening to the Spirit.”
– Richard G. Scott


Tad_R__Callister“God’s answers come by the still, small voice – feelings of peace or comfort, impressions to do good, enlightenment – sometimes in the form of tiny seeds of thoughts when if reverenced and nourished can grow into spiritual redwoods.”
– Tad R. Callister



dieter-f-uchtdorf-large“Spiritual light rarely comes to those who merely sit in darkness waiting for someone to flip a switch.  It takes an act of faith to open our eyes to the light of Christ.”
– Dieter F. Uchtdorf




wilfordwoodruff“The church of God could not live twenty four hours without revelation.”
– Wilford Woodruff




boyd-k-packer-large“Each of us must stay in condition to respond to inspiration and the promptings of the Holy Ghost.  The Lord has a way of pouring pure intelligence into our minds to prompt us, to guide us, to teach us, and to warn us.  Each son or daughter of God can know the things they need to know instantly.  Learn to receive and act on inspiration and revelation.”
– Boyd K. Packer


brigham-young-mormon“If you are unsure about a decision, proceed with caution, living a life worthy of the spirit, and the Lord will consecrate your decision.”
– Brigham Young




Harold B. Lee“The trouble with us today, there are too many of us who put question marks instead of periods after what the Lord says. I want you to think about that. We shouldn’t be concerned about why He said something, or whether or not it can be made so. Just trust the Lord. We don’t try to find answers or explanations. We shouldn’t try to spend time explaining what the Lord didn’t see fit to explain. We spend useless time.”
– Harold B. Lee



MONSON_medium“There is no fog so dense, no night so dark, no gale so strong, no mariner so lost but what the lighthouse of the Lord can rescue. It beckons through the storms of life… It sends forth signals of light easily seen and never failing. If followed, those signals will guide you back to your heavenly home.”
– Thomas S. Monson



claudiormcosta“The Lord has his own timing as to when to give revelation unto us.”
– Claudio R. M. Costa




henry-b-eyring-large“When you demonstrate your willingness to obey, the Spirit will send you more impressions of what God would have you do.”
– Henry B. Eyring