October 2018 General Conference Notes – Saturday Afternoon Session

October 2018 Saturday Afternoon Session

Conducting – Dallin H. Oaks

Opening Hymn – Hark! All Ye Nations

Prayer – Sister Eubank

Sustaining Votes

Combined Missionary Choir – I Will Be Valiant/The Church of Jesus Christ

D. Todd Christofferson – Quorum of Twelve Apostles

Either God exists or He does not. But if he does, worship Him.

The gospel must become the defining focus of our lives and character.

A conversion so complete it can’t be undone.

Eat your vegetables (pray, read, etc.)

Always remember the praise of good things to come.

Dean M. Davies – First Counselor, Presiding Bishopric

The Lord gives instruction to the prophet for the church as a whole.

Listen to every address Pres. Nelson has given to the church since being called an Apostle.

Building blocks for our own personal temples.

Jesus Christ is the chief cornerstone.

Ulisses Soares – Quorum of Twelve Apostles 

We must extend a warm hand of fellowship to new members. Accept them for where they are.

We need them just as much as they need us to become a mighty force for good in the world.

Minister to the new members as the Savior would.

Service is one of the great geniuses of the church.

Don’t let your assignments get in the way of welcoming new friends to church meetings.

Choir – Called To Serve

Gerrit W. Gong – Quorum of Twelve Apostles

Living the covenant path leads to eternal life

Paul B. Pierper – Seventy

The Savior’s name has singular and essential power. It is the only name by which salvation is possible.

Baptism is just the beginning to one’s commitment to follow the Savior.

The cause of Christ and of His Church are one in the same.

Taking upon us the name of Christ is liberating and enlarging.

Taking the Savior’s name upon us is a covenant commitment.

The Holy Ghost can only be with us to the degree we keep our lives clean and free from sin.

Dieter F. Uchtdorf – Quorum of Twelve Apostles

Life is not vanity. It can be full of purpose, meaning, and peace.

Discipleship begins with 3 simple words – believe, love, and do.

It is the love of God the rescues, restores, and revives. 

Help us build and strenghthen a culture of healing, kindness, and mercy to all of God’s children.

Let us all work together to become the people that God intended us to become.

We need you.

The gospel of Jesus Christ offers hope.

Choir – Hope of Israel

 

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