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Published: Friday, Oct. 5 2012 11:15 p.m. MDT

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ulvegaard
Medical Lake, Washington

Those who come expecting the First Presidency to announce who we should vote for in a month or where the next earthquake will strike will leave the conference disappointed.

We tune in that we might receive an increased portion of the Spirit to rejuvenate us for the next six months; to hear timely counsel on how to survive emotionally and spiritually in a world that is increasingly chaotic; to hear messages that have been tailor fitted to our personal needs at the moment.

Many experts will tell us that how we survive in life is pretty much dependent upon our attitudes and Conference is one of the best way - the only way - but one of the best ways to achieve and maintain a positive outlook on life and a guide map for how to get through it.

I love Conference weekend!

Jeromeo
Salt Lake City, UT

Temporal Truth. The real truth. Nobody knows. Most believe. Any one who says they know... don't know.

JWB
Kaysville, UT

What great messages of hope and faith this morning.

We live in a temporal work but God has given us prophets. Temporal world things aren't exact and relied on God to make the materials available for man to figure how to make them. However, this world is beautiful and gives an opportunity to live where we need other people to get by. As we learned this morning, we can have the Holy Ghost and Prophets along with scriptures help us know God's will and word.

Missionaries and numbers of missionaries will also increase the ability of God's word to be spread to those seeking the truth.

Thanks to technology from man through the Spirit of God, we can know this immediately at conference time.

God has not forgotten us and even though this world is beautiful and a place for our brothers and sisters to exist for this time, we have an eternal life awaiting for us through the Plan.

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