President Thomas S. Monson: Until we meet again


In President Thomas S. Monson’s closing remarks, he listed a few things he hopes we will take away from conference.

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President Thomas S. Monson closes the 184th Annual General Conference on April 6, 2014. (Photo courtesy Mormon Newsroom)

First, he said he hopes we will take time to read the talks after they are published.

“They are deserving of our careful review and study,” he said.

Second, he acknowledged his gratitude for those who were released, and welcome and support for those who have been sustained.

Third, he said he hopes we all resolve to do a little better after the messages we have heard.

“May the Spirit we have felt during these past two days be and abide with us as we go about those things which occupy us each day, and may we ever be found doing the work of the Lord,” he said.

He acknowledged the fact that we live in challenging times but assured us that our Heavenly Father is mindful of us.

He closed with his testimony.

“I leave with you my witness and my testimony that God our Eternal Father lives and loves us. He is indeed our Father, and He is personal and real. May we realize how close to us He is willing to come, how far He is willing to go to help us, and how much He loves us.”

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