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What is light? In this three part series, Elder David A. Bednar discusses how we receive and perceive light from God. Part 1 centers on the properties of light and how the Light of Christ affects all men and women everywhere. View Part 2, Patterns of Light: Discerning Light View Part 3, Patterns of Light: Spirit of Revelation2:33
How do we recognize divine light and discern it from our own thoughts? In part 2 of this three part series, Elder David A. Bednar discusses how to discern and act upon light from God. View Part 1, Patterns of Light: The Light of Christ View Part 3, Patterns of Light: Spirit of Revelation2:12
What is the connection between light and revelation? In part 3 of this three part series, Elder David A. Bednar explains the patterns of light by which God communicates with us and how they lead to the spirit of revelation. View Part 1, Patterns of Light: Light of Christ View Part 2, Patterns of Light: Discerning Light3:04
“When you make a goal in Duty to God, you’re making a commitment to your Heavenly Father that you’re going to do something. It’s your duty to Him.” (Marcus V., 17, Washington) Act in All Diligence Henry B. Eyring4:55
President Boyd K. Packer shares an experience in which he was protected during World War II by listening to a prompting from the Spirit and promises youth that they will be protected if they "heed the promptings that come from the Holy Ghost." Counsel to Youth Boyd K. Packer3:38
President Thomas S. Monson shares an experience he had in the Navy when he had to stand alone and reminds us that "we are never alone when we stand with our Father in Heaven." Dare to Stand Alone Thomas S. Monson4:20