James E. Faust
James E. Faust
Called and Chosen
Those called, sustained, and set apart are entitled to our sustaining support.
Did You Get the Right Message?
We should keep our lives in order so that when we receive a … message telling us what the Lord wants us to do we will be able to respond.
Five Loaves and Two Fishes
(Mark 6:32–44) President James E. Faust shares how the humble, everyday actions of typical members of the Church is equal to the miracle of the loaves and fishes. An excerpt from “Five Loaves and Two Fishes,” Ensign, May 1994.
It Can’t Happen to Me
Your future may not hold fame or fortune, but it can be something far more lasting and fulfilling. Remember that what we do in life echoes in eternity.
Lord, I Believe; Help Thou Mine Unbelief
Sustaining faith can be the ultimate comfort in life. All of us must find our own testimonies.
Opening the Windows of Heaven
Tithing is a principle that is fundamental to the personal happiness and well-being of the Church members worldwide, both rich and poor.
Elder James E. Faust delivers a message titled "Spiritual Healing."
The Atonement: Our Greatest Hope
Our salvation depends on believing in and accepting the Atonement. Such acceptance requires a continual effort to understand it more fully.
The Healing Power of Forgiveness
If we can find forgiveness in our hearts for those who have caused us hurt and injury, we will rise to a higher level of self-esteem and well-being.
The Lifeline of Prayer
Each of us has problems that we cannot solve and weaknesses that we cannot conquer without reaching out through prayer to a higher source of strength.
The Light in Their Eyes
A sacred light comes to our eyes and countenances when we have a personal bond with our loving Heavenly Father and His Son.
The Lord’s Day
Elder James E. Faust delivers a message titled "The Lord’s Day."
The Weightier Matters of the Law: Judgment, Mercy, and Faith
We are to focus on the inward things of the heart, which we know and value intuitively but often neglect for that which is trivial, superficial, or prideful.
What I Want My Son to Know before He Leaves on His Mission
James E. Faust delivers a message titled "What I Want My Son to Know before He Leaves on His Mission."
Where Do I Make My Stand?
To find happiness and joy, no matter what comes, we must make our stand unequivocally with the Lord.