President Nelson Asks Latter-day Saints To Forgive and to End Conflicts

President Russell M. Nelson ended the Sunday morning session of conference asking Latter-day Saint members to begin to repent, forgive, and to end the conflicts that are in their lives. 


"My call today is to end conflicts that are raging in your heart, your home, and your life. Bury any and all inclination to hurt others, whether those be inclinations be a temper, a sharp tongue, or a resentment for someone who has hurt you. The Savior has commanded us to turn the other cheek, love our enemies, and pray for those who despitefully use us."


President Nelson would then discuss the importance of spiritual momentum and how it's through actions like humility, love, and service that continue to build this momentum. He then added:


Today I would like suggest 5 specific actions to help us maintain positive spiritual momentum:

1) Get on the covenant path and stay there

2) Discover the joy of daily repentance

3) Learn about God and how He works

4) Seek and expect miracles

5) End conflict in your personal life.


"Two weeks from today we celebrate Easter. Between now and then, I invite you to end a personal conflict that weighs you down."


This session of General Conference continued to focus on uniting Latter-day Saint members and missionary work. What were your favorite talks this General Conference? Let us know in the comments!