“In the struggles of mortality, we are never left alone to accomplish our work, to fight our battles, to face adversity or unanswered questions.” (Carol F. McConkie, Young Women General Presidency, “The Soul’s Sincere Desire,” General Conference, October 2016)

“We too may wonder, ‘Is Heavenly Father really there?’ only to rejoice…when the answers come in quiet, simple assurances. I testify that those simple assurances come as His will becomes ours.” (Rosemary M. Wixom, Primary General President, “Returning to Faith,” General Conference, April 2015)

“Wherever we find ourselves on the path of discipleship, whatever our worries and challenges may be, we are not alone. You are not forgotten.” (Jean A. Stevens, Primary General Presidency, “Fear Not; I Am with Thee,” General Conference, April 2014)

“Sometimes we are tempted to give up or turn back because maybe we think we can’t do it alone. And we are right! We cannot do the difficult things we have been asked to do without help. Help comes through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, the guidance of the Holy Ghost, and the helping hands of others.” (Linda K. Burton, Relief Society General President, “Wanted: Hands and Hearts to Hasten the Work,” General Conference, April 2014)

“We can find courage and strength in this promise that the Lord will always be there for us and will never leave us alone.” (Ann M. Dibb, Young Women General President, “Be of a Good Courage,” General Conference, April 2010)

“We are never alone. Our Heavenly Father is only a prayer away, and the Holy Ghost is within whispering distance.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “At All Times, in All Things, and in All Places,” General Conference, April 2008)

“As you stand as a witness, obey the commandments, and press forward with ‘a steadfastness in Christ,’ you will never be alone.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “At All Times, in All Things, and in All Places,” General Conference, April 2008)

“Providing relief for others … is the greatest, fastest solution to loneliness and hopelessness and a sure way to obtain the companionship of the Spirit.” (Julie B. Beck, Relief Society General President, “What Latter-day Saint Women Do Best: Stand Strong and Immovable,” General Conference, October 2007)

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