- Copyright Page
- “These Are [Your] Days”
- Appropriating Our Lives to Sacred Uses: Observations on Personal Consecration
- Personal Revelation and the Process of Conversion
- Historical Data about Presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Prophecies and Promises of Joseph Smith—Matthew
- Teaching the Atonement
- “These Miracles That Thou Doest”: A Student’s Tribute to Gospel Teachers
- The Great Commandment: Principle or Platitude?
- “How Long, Oh Lord, How Long?” James E. Talmage and the Great War
- “Touch These Stones . . . That They May Shine Forth in Darkness”: Inspiring Students to Let Their Light Shine through Creative Works
- The Focus of Teaching: Principles and Doctrines
- How We Got the Book of Moses
"You young disciples are so privileged, and though the times in which you will live will be turbulent, there will be glorious accomplishments, too. . . . I salute you for what your generation and its generational cohorts represent and the divine compliment God has given you by placing you here—now."
Elder Neal A. Maxwell
The doctrine of the Atonement is the most supernal, mind-expanding, passionate doctrine this world or universe will ever know. Teaching this doctrine requires the highest and best within us—our most creative powers, our most submissive spirit, and our finest intellectual faculties.
Love is like the Polar Star. In a changing world, it is a constant. It is the very essence of the gospel. It is the security of the home. It is the safeguard of community life. It is a beacon of hope in a world of distress.
-Gordon B. Hicnkley