20 Best Mormon Messages

Here are 20 of the best, most emotional Mormon Messages (videos). Enjoy!

1) Bullying- Stop It

“This topic of judging others could actually be taught in a two-word sermon. When it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm, please apply the following: Stop it! It’s that simple. We simply have to stop judging others and replace judgmental thoughts and feelings with a heart full of love for God and His children. God is our Father. We are His children. We are all brothers and sisters. I don’t know exactly how to articulate this point of not judging others with sufficient eloquence, passion, and persuasion to make it stick. I can quote scripture, I can try to expound doctrine, and I will even quote a bumper sticker I recently saw. It was attached to the back of a car whose driver appeared to be a little rough around the edges, but the words on the sticker taught an insightful lesson. It read, “Don’t judge me because I sin differently than you.”  We must recognize that we are all imperfect—that we are beggars before God. Haven’t we all, at one time or another, meekly approached the mercy seat and pleaded for grace? Haven’t we wished with all the energy of our souls for mercy—to be forgiven for the mistakes we have made and the sins we have committed? Because we all depend on the mercy of God, how can we deny to others any measure of the grace we so desperately desire for ourselves?” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2012/04/the-merciful-obtain-mercy?lang=eng

2) You never know how much good you do

“Many of you think you are failures. You feel you cannot do well, that with all of your effort it is not sufficient. We all worry about our performance. We all wish we could do better. But unfortunately we do not realize, we do not often see the results that come of what we do. You never know how much good you do.” -President Gordon B. Hinckley

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2003/10/to-the-women-of-the-church?lang=eng

3) Lessons I Learned as a Boy

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/1993/04/some-lessons-i-learned-as-a-boy?lang=eng

4) Mountains to Climb- Gaining Power to Overcome Challenges in Life

“Many of you are now passing through physical, mental, and emotional trials that could cause you to cry out, “when I have tried all my life to be good, why has this happened to me?” Now I wish to encourage those who are in the midst of hard trials, who feel their faith may be failing under the onslaught of troubles. There seems to me no better answer to the question of why trials come and what we are to do than the words of the Lord Himself, who passed through trials for us more terrible than we can imagine. You may have seen the need for that foundation, as I have, at the bedside of someone ready to give up the fight to endure to the end. If the foundation of faith is not embedded in our hearts, the power to endure will crumble.” –President Henry B. Eyring

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2012/04/mountains-to-climb?lang=eng

5) Forgiveness: My Burden Was Made Light

6) Your Potential, Your Privileges

“There once was a man whose lifelong dream was to board a cruise ship and sail the Mediterranean Sea. He dreamed of walking the streets of Rome, Athens, and Istanbul. He saved every penny until he had enough for his passage. Since money was tight, he brought an extra suitcase filled with cans of beans, boxes of crackers, and bags of powdered lemonade, and that is what he lived on every day. He would have loved to take part in the many activities offered on the ship—working out in the gym, playing miniature golf, and swimming in the pool. He envied those who went to movies, shows, and cultural presentations. And, oh, how he yearned for only a taste of the amazing food he saw on the ship—every meal appeared to be a feast! But the man wanted to spend so very little money that he didn’t participate in any of these. He was able to see the cities he had longed to visit, but for the most part of the journey, he stayed in his cabin and ate only his humble food. On the last day of the cruise, a crew member asked him which of the farewell parties he would be attending. It was then that the man learned that not only the farewell party but almost everything on board the cruise ship—the food, the entertainment, all the activities—had been included in the price of his ticket. Too late the man realized that he had been living far beneath his privileges.” -President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2011/04/your-potential-your-privilege?lang=eng

7) Looking Through Windows

“Are we looking through a window which needs cleaning? Are we making judgements when we don’t have all the facts? Said the Savior, “Why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?” There’s really no way we can know the heart, intentions, or circumstances of someone who might say or do something we find reason to criticize. Thus the commandment, “Judge not.”

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2010/10/charity-never-faileth?lang=eng

8) Opportunities To Do Good

“For the master I extend thanks for your work to serve the children of our Heavenly Father. He knows you. He sees your effort, diligence, and sacrifice. I pray that he will grant you the blessing of seeing the fruit of your labors in the happiness of those you have helped.” -President Henry B. Eyring

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2011/04/opportunities-to-do-good?lang=eng

9) Moments That Matter Most

“Moments are the molecules that make up eternity.”- Neil A. Maxwell

“It is not so much the major events as the small day-to-day decisions that map the course of our living. -President Gordon B. Hinkley

“We would do well to slow down a little, focus on the significant, lift up our eyes, and truly see the things that matter most. Strength comes not from frantic activity, but from being settled on a firm foundation of truth and light. It comes by paying attention to the divine things that matter most. Diligently doing the things that matter most will lead us to the Savior of the world.” – Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2010/10/of-things-that-matter-most?lang=eng

10) Where Justice, Love, and Mercy Meet:

“Jesus Christ, the Only Begotten Son of God, suffered, died, and rose from death in order that He could, like the lightning in a summer storm, grasp us as we fall, hold us with His might, and through our obedience to his commandments, lift us to eternal life.” -Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/04/where-justice-love-and-mercy-meet?lang=eng

11) Lift: The Power of Service

“The more we serve our fellowmen in appropriate ways, the more substance there is to our souls. We become more substantive as we serve others–indeed, it is easier to find ourselves because there is so much more of us to find!” -President Spencer W. Kimball

https://www.lds.org/new-era/1981/03/president-kimball-speaks-out-on-service-to-others?lang=eng

12) The Hope of God’s Light

13) Bearing Our Burdens With Hope

“It was the load of the wood that provided the traction necessary for him to get out of the snow, to get back on the road, and to move forward. Sometimes we mistakenly may believe that happiness is the absence of a load. But bearing a load is a necessary and essential part of the plan of happiness. Each of us also carries a load. Our individual load is comprised of demands and opportunities. Is the load I am carrying producing the spiritual traction that will enable me to press forward with faith in Christ on the straight and narrow path? Is the load I am carrying creating sufficient spiritual traction so I can ultimately return home to Heavenly Father? As we are yoked with him through sacred covenants and receive the enabling power of His Atonement in our lives, we will be blessed with spiritual traction.” -Elder David A. Bednar

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2003/10/to-the-women-of-the-church?lang=eng

14) Wrong Roads

“I have absolute certain knowledge, perfect knowledge, that god loves us. He is good. He is our father. And he expects us to pray and trust, and be believing, and not give up, and not panic, and not retreat, and not jump ship, when something doesn’t seem to be going just right. We stay in, we keep working, we keep believing, keep trusting, following that same path, and we will live to fall in his arms and feel his embrace and hear him say, “I told you it would be okay. I told you it would be alright.”” -Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

15) The Savior Wants to Forgive

“Our Lord knows what we are facing, that we all sin and come short of the glory of God again and again. He knoweth the weakness of man and how to succor them who are tempted. He teaches us to pray always that we enter not into temptation. We are told to cry unto him for mercy; for he is mighty to save. He commands us to repent and to forgive. And although repentance is not easy, as we strive with all our hearts to obey His gospel, He gives this promise: “Verily I say unto you, notwithstanding your sins, my bowels are filled with compassion towards you. I will not utterly cast you off; and in the day of wrath I will remember mercy.” The savior wants to forgive.” -Elder Craig A. Cardon

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2013/04/the-savior-wants-to-forgive?lang=eng

16) Continue in Patience

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/continue-in-patience?lang=eng

17) The Refiner’s Fire

“The refiner’s fire is real, and qualities of character and righteousness that are forged in the furnace of affliction perfect and purify us and prepare us to meet God.” -Elder Quentin L. Cook

18) Reflections

“In our trials, let us not become bitter or uncommitted, but let us follow the Savior’s example of becoming more earnest, more sincere, and more faithful. Let us not complain. Let us serve others. And let us forgive one another. As we do this, all things will work together for good to us that love God.” -Elder James B. Martino

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/all-things-work-together-for-good?lang=eng

19) Watch Your Step

“An old proverb says that a journey of 1000 miles begins with one step, so watch your step. Love comes with open hands and open heart .Lust comes only with an open appetite. When we face such temptations in our time, we must declare I will give place no more for the enemy of my soul. If we want it dearly and deeply enough, that enemy can and will be rebuked by the redeeming power of the Lord Jesus Christ. Picture the faces of those who love you and would be shattered if you let them down. I promise you that the light of his everlasting gospel can and will again shine brightly where you feared life had gone hopelessly, helplessly dark. May the joy of our fidelity to the highest and best within us be ours as we keep our love and our marriages, our society and our souls as pure as they were meant to be.”

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/place-no-more-for-the-enemy-of-my-soul?lang=eng

20) Life’s Drama

“When things turn bad, there is a tendency to blame others or even God. In matters both temporal and spiritual, the opportunity to assume personal responsibility is a God-given gift without which we cannot realize our full potential. My plea is for us to take responsibility and go to work so that there is something for God to help us with.” -Elder D. Todd Christofferson

https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2014/10/free-forever-to-act-for-themselves?lang=eng

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