Now that general conference is over, it's important to internalize what we have learned, act on the messages and promptings we received, and recognize the blessings in our lives when they come. To help you do so, we’ve compiled a list of some of the promises and invitations from each October 2019 talk.
Saturday Morning Session
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland | "The Message, the Meaning, and the Multitude"
"I promise with apostolic fervor and prophetic conviction that He will hear you and will say, soon or late, 'Receive thy sight: thy faith hath saved thee.'"
Elder Terence M. Vinson | "True Disciples of the Savior"
"I plead with all who hear and read these words: Please, please don’t put your total commitment off until you get around to it at some nonexistent, future time. Get fair dinkum now and feel the joy!"
Brother Stephen W. Owen | "Be Faithful, Not Faithless"
"Whether you are a leader, a neighbor, a quorum member, or simply a fellow Saint, if you have the opportunity to touch the life of a young person, help him or her connect with heaven."
Elder D. Todd Christofferson | "The Joy of the Saints"
"With President Russell M. Nelson, I testify that joy is a gift for faithful Saints 'who have endured the crosses of the world' and who are 'intentionally trying to live a righteous life, as taught by Jesus Christ.'"
Sister Michelle D. Craig | "Spiritual Capacity"
"As you follow this eternal pattern ordained for our day, you will draw nearer to Jesus Christ—His love, His light, His direction, His peace, and His healing and enabling power. And you will increase your spiritual capacity to become an everyday instrument of His hands in accomplishing His great work."
Elder Dale G. Renlund |"Unwavering Commitment to Jesus Christ"
"You will become more like the Savior as you always remember Him, follow Him, and adore Him. I testify that He is the firm foundation. He is dependable, and His promises are sure. In the name of Jesus Christ, amen."
President Dallin H. Oaks | "Trust in the Lord"
"We can all wonder privately about circumstances in the spirit world or even discuss these or other unanswered questions in family or other intimate settings. But let us not teach or use as official doctrine what does not meet the standards of official doctrine."