How can we avoid incorrect love?

In a world with differing outlook on love, what can we do to avoid incorrect love? Find out how service, time & sacrifice lead to the right kind of love.

First Presidency Easter Message 2017

At this Easter season, we solemnly testify that our Savior was resurrected and that He lives again… and those who follow the Savior’s teachings and receive the gospel’s saving ordinances will be blessed with life eternal.

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Mormons.Ph8 hours ago
God loves you because you are His child. He loves you even though at times you may feel lonely or make mistakes.

The love of God and the power of the restored gospel are redemptive and saving. If you will only allow His divine love into your life, it can dress any wound, heal any hurt, and soften any sorrow. — Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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Mormons.Ph8 hours ago
Are we giving special importance to our scriptures? Here are some blessings of doing so. #scripturepower #sharegoodness
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Mormons.Ph16 hours ago
Loved this! <3 We love you President Uchtdorf :)
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Mormons.Ph18 hours ago
Hear ye! Hear ye! :)
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Mormons.Ph2 days ago
Sometimes letting our brethren know they are needed and valued can help them take that step into commitment and full activity. This can be true of priesthood holders regardless of age. It is our responsibility to give them opportunities to live as they should. We can help them to overcome their shortcomings. We must develop the capacity to see men not as they are at present but as they may become when they receive testimonies of the gospel of Christ. — Thomas S. Monson
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