Elder Quentin L. Cook - Apostle
He talked about how his grandfather was involved in the rescue of the Willie and Martin handcart company.
Naaman- Prophet Elisha - Naaman did not like having to bathe in river Jordan. Servant asked if he had been asked to some great thing, would he not have done it. He then conceded and washed.
He stated, "Prophets are inspired to give us prophetic priorities."
At the time the word of wisdom was given and when it was made a requirement of attending the temple it was socially acceptable to smoke and was hardly thought anything of it as a health concern.
Bishop H. David Burton - Presiding Bishop
He detailed parts of several of the projects that we have worked on this year.
Dean R. Burgess - First Counselor in the Young Men General Presidency
How to come to a knowledge and receive a witness of who you are?
1. Do you know that you are a son of God? 1 John "What manner of love..." - find reference.
2. Do you know who you are in God's plan? John 3:16
3. Honor and respect those names you bear.
4. Live divine standards.
5. Do you know who you are as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? Follow the prophet.
He quoted President Monson. I found it in a couple of different talks he has given. The latest one I found was in a talk from October 2007 General Conference talk. "We have been entrusted to bear the priesthood and to act in the name of God. We are the recipients of a sacred trust. Much is expected of us."
Elder John M. Madsen - Seventy Boys Need Heroes Close By," Ensign, May 1976, 45) - "We are rearing a royal generation . . . who have special things to do."
Jesus was protected from the temptations of Satan by his strict obedience to the will of His Father.
Elder Dieter F. UchtDorf - Second Counselor in the First Presidency.
Small errors can have a large impact on our lives.
He related Saul not holding to the counsel of Samuel the Prophet and offered the sacrifice without priesthood authority.
The early recognition of danger and course correction can avert destruction.
President Henry B. Eyring - First Counselor in the First Presidency
President Thomas S. Monson - Prophet
We should not permit ourselves to do anything we would not want to see our children do.