Peace – inner

“Peace comes in knowing that being more does not necessarily equate to doing more.” (Michelle Craig, “Divine Discontent,” General Conference, Oct 2018)

 

“Whether they are personal struggles, family troubles, or community crises, peace will come as we trust that God’s Only Begotten Son has power to soothe our aching souls.” (Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society General President, “That Your Joy Might Be Full,” General Conference, October 2017)

 

“As you reach out to serve and lift your brothers and sisters within your neighborhood or throughout this world that is in so much commotion, you will feel greater peace and healing and even progress.” (Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society General President, “That Your Joy Might Be Full,” General Conference, October 2017)

“The joy and peace we receive when we know we have been forgiven is a divine blessing. That peace comes in the Lord’s time and in His way, but it does come.” (Julie B. Beck, Relief Society General President, “Remembering, Repenting, and Changing,” General Conference, April 2007)

“Life often feels like a great pile of obligations, frustrations, and disappointments. But the Lord is there, always the same, His arms still outstretched. When we feel overwhelmed, we have to remember the peace He has spoken to us on pre-vious occasions. His peace brings comfort and strength; the world cannot give that to us.” (Kathleen H. Hughes, Relief Society General Presidency, “Remembering the Lord’s Love,” General Conference, October 2006)

“Peace. Strength. It is what we long for and what is possible. We only need to turn toward His reaching arms.” (Kathleen H. Hughes, Relief Society General Presidency, “Remembering the Lord’s Love,” General Conference, October 2006)

“Peace comes to us from the Lord, but we can help each other feel that peace as we share our burdens and our happiness.” (Kathleen H. Hughes, Relief Society General Presidency, “Blessed by Living Water,” General Conference, April 2003)

“As you make the decision to show you know by following Jesus Christ in faith, you will experience peace and happiness now and throughout eternity.” (Coleen K. Menlove, Primary General President, “Show You Know,” General Conference, April 2003)

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