Latter-day Saint Life

Text for April 2019 Conference Talks Now Available Online


Text for the April 2019 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is now available online as well as the Gospel Library app. Now you can listen to, mark up, and review this past inspiring session of general conference as you strive to incorporate the words, promises, invitations, and insights of our prophet and Church leaders.

As President Nelson said during his closing remarks of conference:

"My beloved brothers and sisters, as we come to the end of this historic conference, we thank the Lord for His inspiration and protection. The messages have instructed and edified us. "Topics were not assigned to the speakers. They each prayed for personal revelation in preparing their messages. To me, it is remarkable how those themes seem to fit so well with each other. As you study them, seek to learn what the Lord is trying to teach you through His servants. . . . "We hope and pray that each member’s home will become a true sanctuary of faith, where the Spirit of the Lord may dwell. Despite contention all around us, one’s home can become a heavenly place, where study, prayer, and faith can be merged with love. We can truly become disciples of the Lord, standing up and speaking up for Him wherever we are. "God’s objective should be our objective. He wants His children to choose to return to Him, prepared, qualified, endowed, sealed, and faithful to covenants made in holy temples."

As we strive to follow the words of the prophet and other Church leaders, a new study plan feature in the Gospel Library app can help you set up your own schedule to study any content found in the app and help you reach your study goals and enhance your personal gospel study.

Study Plans automatically calculates exactly how much you need to read each day to achieve your goal by your selected date. If you miss a day or two, you can reset the study plan and it will recalculate your goal for you.

Start reviewing the words of our prophet and Church leaders now by clicking a link below:

Saturday Morning Session

How Can I Understand? —Ulisses Soares

Careful versus Casual —Becky Craven

Answers to Prayer—Brook P. Hales 

Missionary Work: Sharing What Is in Your Heart—Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Just as He Did—W. Christopher Waddell

A Home Where the Spirit of the Lord Dwells—Henry B. Eyring

Saturday Afternoon Session

The Sustaining of Church Officers—Dallin H. Oaks

Church Auditing Department Report, 2018—Kevin R. Jergensen

The True, Pure, and Simple Gospel of Jesus Christ—M. Russell Ballard

Seeking Knowledge by the Spirit—Mattias Held

The Eye of Faith—Neil L. Andersen

Feasting upon the Words of Christ—Takashi Wada

Hearing His Voice—David P. Homer

Behold the Lamb of God—Jeffrey R. Holland

Priesthood Session

Your Priesthood Playbook—Gary E. Stevenson

The Quorum: A Place of Belonging—Carl B. Cook

Look unto Jesus Christ—Kim B. Clark

The Power of Sustaining Faith—Henry B. Eyring

Where Will This Lead?—Dallin H. Oaks

We Can Do Better and Be Better—Russell M. Nelson

Sunday Morning Session

Abound with Blessings—Dale G. Renlund

Christ: The Light That Shines in Darkness—Sharon Eubank

Great Love for Our Father’s Children—Quentin L. Cook

Preparing for the Lord’s Return—D. Todd Christofferson

The Atonement of Jesus Christ—Tad R. Callister

“Come, Follow Me”—Russell M. Nelson

Sunday Afternoon Session

Cleansed by Repentance—Dallin H. Oaks

Exercising Our Spiritual Muscles—Juan Pablo Villar

Good Shepherd, Lamb of God—Gerrit W. Gong

Prepared to Obtain Every Needful Thing—David A. Bednar

The Immediate Goodness of God—Kyle S. McKay

Build a Fortress of Spirituality and Protection—Ronald A. Rasband

Closing Remarks—Russell M. Nelson

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