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As individuals take opportunities to share their testimonies, they will be able to nurture and keep “this most precious possession,” said Elder Gary E. Stevenson.

“Whatever the source of our challenges, they can be a golden opportunity to grow,” said Elder Isaac K. Morrison.

“Experience the virtue of the word of God, particularly through the Book of Mormon, every day of your life,” said Elder Mark D. Eddy.

“Just as Jesus knows each of us by name, one way we can come to better know Jesus is by learning His many names,” said Elder Schmitt.

“How grateful we are that God so loved us that he sent His Son. He is the answer,” said Elder Olsen.

“The Savior knows your struggles in detail. He knows your great potential to grow in faith, hope, and charity,” said President Henry B. Eyring.

The Sunday morning session of October 2022 general conference included talks from President Russell M. Nelson and three members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

“Because Jesus Christ overcame this world, you can too,” said President Russell M. Nelson.

“You and I ultimately can choose to be chosen through the righteous exercise of our moral agency,” said Elder David A. Bednar.

“Let there be no doubt, it is the very stuff of heroes displayed by our youth when they set their hearts and minds to standing upright against the shifting moral tectonics of our time,” said President Steven J. Lund.

“What we do at home is the true crucible of enduring and joyful discipleship,” said Elder Joseph W. Sitati.

“God’s work and glory include bringing to pass happy and forever,” said Elder Gerrit W. Gong.

“We are commanded to love others, not to judge them,” said Sister J. Anette Dennis.

Jesus Christ’s invitation for people to “take up his cross and follow me” in Matthew 16:24 “speaks to crosses we bear rather than the ones we wear,” said Elder Jeffrey R. Holland.

Church leaders shared messages focused on increasing faith in the Savior Jesus Christ during the Saturday evening general session.

As evil increases in the world, Latter-day Saints must “strengthen the roots of our faith in Jesus Christ,” said Elder Neil L. Andersen.

“The privilege of representing the Savior Jesus Christ and His Church cannot be ignored,” said Elder Silva.

“How many times have we witnessed unto God that we are willing?” asked Elder Pearson.

“Trials do not mean that the plan is failing; they are part of the plan meant to help me seek God,” said Sister Michelle D. Craig.

“The care of the earth and of our natural environment is a sacred responsibility entrusted to us by God,” said Bishop Gérald Caussé.

The Saturday afternoon morning session of October 2022 general conference included talks from President M. Russell Ballard and two members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

“As our Church population grows ever more diverse, our welcome must grow ever more spontaneous and warm,” said Elder D. Todd Christofferson.

“The Lord always provides us with an escape when we face adversity, temptation, incomprehension, infirmities and even death,” said Elder Jorge F. Zeballos.

“We are all engaged as Latter-day Saint disciples in the work of bringing others to Christ,” said Elder McConkie.

Husband and wife must “become one in thought, desire and purpose with our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, leading and guiding the family unit together,” said Elder Ulisses Soares.

Saturday afternoon session choir features proselyting, service and senior missionaries.

“Our perfection is only possible through God’s grace,” said Elder Paul V. Johnson of the Presidency of the Seventy.

“To give what you have been denied is a powerful part of divine healing possible through faith in Jesus Christ,” said Sister Kristin M. Yee.

“It is as important to follow the Prophet and keep our feet firmly planted on the covenant path of faithfulness as it was for the early pioneers,” said President M. Russell Ballard.

The eight are Elders Clayton, Curtis, Funk, Golden, González, Kacher, Robbins and Sitati.