Glimpsing the past: General conference audio and video archive

For many members of the Church, general conference is one of the most unique and inspiring events of the year. As General Authorities prepare talks and speak under direction of the Spirit, their words connect with many in deeply personal ways. Every conference some members feel a certain talk was written just for them because of its powerful and personal message. At the April 1996 general conference President Gordon B. Hinckley said, "I invite you to listen, listen if you will by the power of the Spirit, to the speakers who will address you today and tomorrow as well as this evening. If you will do so, I do not hesitate to promise that you will be uplifted, your resolution to do what is right will be stronger, you will find solutions to your problems and your needs, and you will be led to thank the Lord for what you have heard."
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