President Nelson closed the conference with an invitation to make our homes into sanctuaries that welcome the Spirit of the Lord. “Despite contention all around us, one’s home can become a heavenly place, where study, prayer, and faith can be merged with love,” he said. “We can truly become disciples of the Lord, standing up and speaking up for Him wherever we are.”
An Invitation to Do Better and Be Better
During the general priesthood session of conference, President Nelson encouraged priesthood holders to focus on daily repentance. He taught that while we are not expected to be perfect in this life, we should strive to do better and be better each day.
“Whether you are diligently moving along the covenant path, have slipped or stepped from the covenant path, or can’t even see the covenant path from where you are now, I plead with you to repent,” he said. “Prayerfully seek to understand what stands in the way of your repentance. Identify what stops you from repenting. And then, change! Repent! All of us can do better and be better than ever before.”