Virtue

“Your virtuous life will not only save generations, but it will also save your eternal life, for it is the only way to return to our Father in Heaven and find true joy now and throughout eternity.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “When You Save a Girl, You Save Generations,” General Conference, April 2013)

“In a world ever growing in moral pollution, tolerance of evil, exploitation of women, and distortion of roles, you must stand guard of yourself, your family, and all those with whom you associate. You must be guardians of virtue.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Guardians of Virtue,” General Conference, April 2011)

“Being a guardian of virtue means you will always be modest not only in your dress but also in your speech, your actions, and your use of social media.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Guardians of Virtue,” General Conference, April 2011)

“As you guard your virtue and purity, you will be given strength.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Guardians of Virtue,” General Conference, April 2011)

“Live a virtuous life so that you may have the companionship of the Holy Ghost to safely guide you.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “Never, Never, Never Give Up!”, General Conference, April 2010)

“We simply cannot do the work we have been reserved and prepared to do unless we can access the strength and confidence that comes by living a virtuous life.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Remember Who You Are!”, General Conference, April 2010)

“There is no more beautiful sight than a young woman who glows with the light of the Spirit, who is confident and courageous because she is virtuous.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Remember Who You Are!”, General Conference, April 2010)

“Virtue brings peace, strength of character, and happiness in this life. Our Heavenly Father knew that we would be faced with many choices and challenges, and virtuous living would prepare us to succeed.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “A Virtuous Life—Step by Step,” General Conference, April 2009)

“It is the cleansing power of the Atonement that makes it possible for us to be virtuous.” (Mary N. Cook, Young Women General Presidency, “A Virtuous Life—Step by Step,” General Conference, April 2009)

“Virtuous young men are attracted to virtuous young women.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord,” General Conference, April 2009)

“The core of a virtuous life is sexual purity, and yet this definition has almost been erased by the world.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord,” General Conference, April 2009)

“In order to be virtuous and remain virtuous, you must be true to your divine identity and establish patterns of thought and behavior based on high moral standards.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord,” General Conference, April 2009)

“Your personal virtue will not only enable you to have the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost, but it will also enable you to make the decisions that will help you be worthy to enter the temple and there make and keep sacred covenants and receive the blessings of exaltation.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord,” General Conference, April 2009)

“One virtuous young woman, led by the Spirit, can change the world.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “Come Let Us Go Up to the Mountain of the Lord,” General Conference, April 2009)

“One virtuous young woman or young man, led by the Spirit, can change the world, but in order to do so, we must return to virtue.” (Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women General President, “A Return to Virtue,” General Conference, October 2008)

“How it must grieve the Lord to see virtue violated and modesty mocked on every side in this wicked world. The Lord has provided for His children great joy through intimate, loving relationships.” (Susan W. Tanner, Recently Released Young Women General President, “My Soul Delighteth in the Things of the Lord,” General Conference, April 2008)

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