Elder Quentin L. Cook—Picture Quotes

    An image of a father and daughter, coupled with a quote by Elder Quentin L. Cook: “How we preserve time for family is one of the most significant issues we face.”

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    Ancestral Influence
    “Don't underestimate the influence of the deceased in assisting your efforts and the joy of ultimately meeting those you serve. The eternally significant blessing of uniting our own families is almost beyond comprehension.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches”
    Author of Peace
    “God is not the author of confusion, but is the author of peace.”—Quoted by Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Personal Peace: The Reward of Righteousness”
    Defining Test of Mortality
    “Having faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and keeping His commandments are and always will be the defining test of mortality.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “In Tune with the Music of Faith”
    Faith, Not Fear
    “We must live by faith and not by fear.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Live by Faith and Not by Fear”
    Family Commitments
    “Family commitments and expectations should be at the top of our priorities to protect our divine destiny.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches”
    Family History in the Home
    “Our family history centers are now in our homes.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches”
    Heavy Lifting
    “Much of the heavy lifting and hastening of the work of salvation for both the living and the dead will be done by you young people.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches.” Learn how to find a family name to take to the temple by accepting the Youth Temple Challenge.
    If We Are Prepared
    “If we are prepared, we shall not fear.” —Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Shipshape and Bristol Fashion: Be Temple Worthy—in Good Times and Bad Times”
    Love Our Enemies
    “The Savior taught us to love even our enemies.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “We Follow Jesus Christ”
    Personal Peace
    “The Savior is the source of true peace. Even with the trials of life, because of the Savior’s Atonement and His grace, righteous living will be rewarded with personal peace.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Personal Peace: The Reward of Righteousness”
    Personal Peace
    “The Savior is the source of true peace. Even with the trials of life, because of the Savior’s Atonement and His grace, righteous living will be rewarded with personal peace.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Personal Peace: The Reward of Righteousness”
    Preserve Family Time
    “How we preserve time for family is one of the most significant issues we face in most cultures.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Lamentations of Jeremiah: Beware of Bondage”
    Rooted in Love
    “We can thrive and bloom if we are rooted in our love of the Savior.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “The Lord Is My Light”
    Saviors on Mount Zion
    “Jesus Christ gave His life as a vicarious atonement. He resolved the ultimate question raised by Job. He overcame death for all mankind, which we could not do for ourselves. We can, however, perform vicarious ordinances and truly become saviors on Mount Zion for our own families in order that we, with them, might be exalted as well as saved.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Roots and Branches.” To find family names that need temple ordinances, visit familysearch.org/findnames.
    The Best Choices
    “It is important to rise above rationalizations and make the best choices.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “Choose Wisely”
    We Are All Equal
    “We are all equal before God.” —Elder Quentin L. Cook, “The Eternal Everyday”
    What We Are
    What we are speaks so loudly that our children may not hear what we say.—Elder Quentin L. Cook, "In Tune with the Music of Faith." Created by Emily Stanton.