40+ Best Russell M Nelson Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Russell Marion Nelson Sr. is an American religious leader and former surgeon who is the 17th and current president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Profoundly inspirational Russell M Nelson quotes will challenge the way you think, and make your life worth living.

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Famous Russell M Nelson Quotes

Remember sin, even if legalized by man, is still sin in the eyes of God.

We can even give thanks for our trials, from which we learn things we would not know otherwise.

When priorities are proper, the power to endure is increased. And when internalized, those priorities will help keep you from going overboard.

We have great cause for concern. But we do not need to let our fears displace our faith. We can combat those fears by strengthening our faith.

Day after day, on your path toward your eternal destiny, increase your faith. Proclaim your faith every day! Let your faith show every day!

Unfailing faith is fortified through prayer. Your heartfelt pleadings are important to Him. Think of the intense and impassioned prayers of the Prophet Joseph Smith during his dreadful days of incarceration in Liberty Jail.

Living life in separate compartments can lead to internal conflict and exhausting tension.

Our busy lives force us to focus on things we do from day today. But the development of character comes only as we focus on who we really are.

A temple is literally the House of the Lord, reserved for ordinances of eternal significance. Those ordinances include baptisms, marriage, endowments, and sealings.

You are god’s agents in the care of children. He has entrusted to you.

Marriage is sanctified when it is cherished and honored in holiness. That union is not merely between husband and wife; it embraces a partnership with God.

The greatest gift we could give to the Lord at Christmas, or at any other time, is to keep ourselves unspotted from the world, worthy to attend His holy temple.

Difficult days are ahead. Sin is on the increase. Paul foresaw that members of the Church would endure persecution.

We can give thanks for the gift of life, for our amazing bodies and minds that allow us to grow and learn.

The Lord’s message is for everyone. This is a global work. The day I’m comfortably situated in my home, I may be in the wrong place.

We live in a time of turmoil. Earthquakes and tsunamis wreak devastation, governments collapse, economic stresses are severe, the family is under attack, and divorce rates are rising.

Now is the time to align our goals with God’s goals.

Have faith to keep all the commandments of God, knowing that they are given to bless His children and bring them joy.

Prepare yourselves to ennoble, to enrich, and even to become the heart and soul of the home.

Turn social media into your own personal gratitude journal. Post every day about what you are grateful for, whom you are grateful for, and why you are grateful.

How you deal with life’s trials is part of the development of your faith. Strength comes to your company when you remember that you have a divine nature, an inheritance of infinite worth.

Inspirational Russell M Nelson Quotes

Over my nine and a half decades of life, I have concluded that counting our blessings is far better than recounting our problems.

I thank God and His Son, Jesus Christ, for the Restoration and its power to propel a magnificent wave of truth and righteousness across the earth.

Truth is the truth! It is not divisible, and any part of it cannot be set aside.

I declare my devotion to God our Eternal Father, and to his Son, Jesus Christ. I know them, love them, and pledge to serve them — and you — with every remaining breath of my life.

If you think the church has been fully restored, you’re just seeing the beginning. There’s much more to come. Wait till next year. And then the next year. Eat your vitamin pills. Get your rest. It’s going to be exciting.

Spirit and body, when joined together, become a living soul of supernal worth.

To prepare to meet God, one keeps all of His commandments. It takes faith to obey them, and keeping His commandments will strengthen that faith.

We can all give thanks for the beauties of the earth and the majesty of the heavens.

A covenant made with God may be regarded not as restrictive but as protective.

From trial comes to habit, from habit comes addiction, from addiction, comes dependency.

As you walk in the Lord’s path of righteousness, you will be blessed to continue in His goodness and be a light and a savior unto his people.

Many religious confessions share common values. They teach that we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us.

I doubt that the Lord cares much which honorable vocation you choose. But He does care if you love one another and serve one another.

Every religious group, while perhaps a majority somewhere, is also inevitably a minority somewhere else. Thus, religious organizations should and do show tolerance toward members of other religious denominations.

The temple endowment was given by revelation. Thus, it is best understood by revelation, prayerfully sought with a sincere heart.

It is important for you to know who you are and who you may become. It is more important than what you do, even as vital as your work is and will be.

Let His divine influence remain in your hears as you teach and persuade.

Obedience allows God’s blessings to flow without constraint. He will bless His obedient children with freedom from bondage and misery. And He will bless them with more light.

Jesus Christ frequently expressed gratitude.

Ordinances of the temple are absolutely crucial. We cannot return to God’s glory without them.

Because of our sacred regard for each human intellect, we consider the obtaining of an education to be a religious responsibility.

No matter our situation, showing gratitude for our privileges is a fast-acting and long-lasting spiritual prescription.

The living Lord leads his living church.

Let us unite in thanking God through daily prayer.

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