Example

“We aren’t always going to fit in with the world, but being different in positive ways can be a lifeline to others who are struggling.” (Sharon Eubank, Relief Society General Presidency, “Turn On Your Light,” General Conference, October 2017)

“Turn on your light.” (Sharon Eubank, Relief Society General Presidency, “Turn On Your Light,” General Conference, October 2017)

“Righteousness emanates out to the world when we understand what God wants us to do and then we do it.” (Carol F. McConkie, Young Women General Presidency, “Here to Serve a Righteous Cause,” General Conference, October 2015)

“Your righteous example will be a source of great joy, regardless of your family circumstances. Your righteous choices will qualify you to make and keep sacred covenants that will bind your family together eternally.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “When You Save a Girl, You Save Generations,” General Conference, April 2013)

“When you live the standards and qualify for the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost, you can have a powerful impact in the world. Your example, even the light in your eyes, will influence others who see your ‘shine,’ and they will want to be like you.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Now Is the Time to Arise and Shine!” General Conference, April 2012)

“We must show our children and youth how to strengthen their faith and testimony of Jesus Christ by strengthening our own through studying the scriptures and through prayer, personally as well as with them.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “Be an Example of the Believers,” General Conference, October 2010)

“None of us will be the perfect example for our children, but we all can become worthy parents and leaders. Our striving to be worthy is an example in itself.” (Cheryl C. Lant, Recently Released Primary General President, “That Our Children Might See the Face of the Savior,” General Conference, April 2010)

“Look around you tonight for those who can help you on this path. They are friends who hold fast to the iron rod in spite of what the world is telling them, who know and live by the word of God and the words of His prophets, who stand in holy places and are not moved by the pressures of the world, who center their lives on the Savior and His atoning sacrifice, and who daily are striving to live righteously. These are your examples of the believers. Learn from them, and, young women, you can be an example of the believers to them and others.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “A Virtuous Life—Step by Step,” General Conference, April 2009)

“As you are faithful and righteous, others will look to you for support and strength.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “At All Times, in All Things, and in All Places,” General Conference, April 2008)

“It is the daily consistent things you do that will strengthen you to be a leader and an example—daily prayer, daily scripture study, daily obedience, daily service to others. As you do these things, you will grow closer to the Savior and become more and more like Him. Like Moses and Abinadi and other faithful leaders, your face will glow with the fire of your faith.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General Presidency, “It Shows in Your Face,” General Conference, April 2006)

“Your light will be a standard to the nations, but I also believe your standards will be a light to the nations.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General Presidency, “It Shows in Your Face,” General Conference, April 2006)

“Will you show the world and the Lord that you believe by the way you dress, by the way you speak, by the way you respect your body, by the very purity of your lives?” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General Presidency, “Believe!”, General Conference, April 2004)

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