Moments That Matter Most

We would do well to slow down a little, focus on the significant, lift up our eyes, and truly see the things that matter most. Read the entire address “Of Th…

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25 thoughts on “Moments That Matter Most

  1. How do I gain more information? These videos have really spoken to me in a way which I never imagined they could. A lot of what Jesus seems to have been saying just feels and sounds right. No other person or group can provide all the answers that Jesus can.

  2. This video is what its all about. the search for happiness through living a rich and complete life. To cling to family, to love and serve all those around you, and follow in the footsteps of Christ. That is my religion.

  3. In response to the comment/question, “What does this have to do with being Mormon?” the answer, in my opinion, is ‘everything’. The video message is about valuing God’s creations, especially His children, above all other pursuits. His top priority are His children. That doctrine is the heart of Mormonism.

  4. Dumb questions from a non-Mormon (apologies in advance)-
    1. Is the LDS Church to be considered a Christian denomination or a separate religion in its own right?
    2. Is the Book of Mormon to be viewed as the unadulterated word of God and totally free from error of any kind?
    3. Where does the term “Heavenly Father” originate from?

  5. As one who gained her testimony of Joseph Smith as a prophet from her study of the bible, I can unequivocally say that what the Book of Mormon does for the Bible is back it up. Helps us understand what is only vague reference. It makes clear that which is confused. The Bible opens up with its support.

  6. Lets not act like all of us mormons are such good people. Often times we are the most ignorant, prideful and judgemental just brainwashed into a cultural religion that just so happens to be pretty good. Do not get into a ingroup mentality because the people in the church will fail you just like those outside the church.

  7. I feel so bless to be living at this time in my life. I am a grandma and as I was swimming with 2 of my grandchildren last nite, I realized that I would only enjoy my children if I took the time out to be part of their lives. They are so precious and innocent. I love them very much. I know this is what it is all about!

  8. I think that in this world we live too much in the future, and our lives are going to fast, So we need to slow down and appreciate the good things in life, And the things that matter most. – happy Mormon!

  9. I noticed on another Mormon Message the soundtrack was available. Is the soundtrack available for this one and others?

  10. I’m very sorry to hear such negativity! And many Latter-Day Saints do not strive as hard as they should to be kind and uphold integrity, however, no one (in or outside of the church) is a failure, and not all of LDS members will fail you. For those who do try their very best, this religion is more than just religion (and certainly more than a cult); it’s life.

  11. There is no need to apolozige for what you don’t understand. And I’m happy to answer your questions.
    1. We are a seperate church (not a denomination) but I believe that we’re not so different religiously.
    2.The Book of Mormon has no translation errors and is not doctored, but it is only a small part of what the Gold Plates contained.
    3.WHERE the term originates from I do not know. However I find it very fitting as He’s our spiritual Father and He dwells in Heaven.
    I hope you ask more questions:)

  12. Bravo, unser beliebte Brueder Uchtdorf. Wir lieben dich. Du hast die Wahrheit geschprochen. Und die Kirche wirdt immer wahr bleiben..

  13. Now I’d like to address the “Happy Mormon” is he / she a one of a kind “Happy Mormon” or are there lots of them & is that a prerequisite to be a church member ?
    I saw a Mormon who went to school with me who didn’t smile very often would he be aloud to go to church if he wasn’t happy ? Do you think he could have not been so happy because since his dad was his math teacher and was always picking on him ? I don’t think I’d like having my dad as my teacher..

  14. This religion can transform lives. Of course there are imperfect people which is what religion is for…imperfect people.

  15. This is truly amazing! I feel like this would be a great video for my family(:

  16. I couldn’t see that anyone responded to this so:
    1: A Christian Religion, but not directly in the Protestant or Catholic traditions. But definitely Christian.
    2: Yes ish. The original authors (over a thousand years ago) may have made some typos, but it is the word of God and the doctrines are free from error.
    3: I don’t know where historically it was first used, but I don’t think it is unique to the LDS church. But LDS believe that is our literal, spiritual relationship with God the Father.