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This episode includes a recap of messages from Church leaders during the October 2022 general conference.

Several leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spoke about the trials of life and how to overcome adversity during the October 2022 general conference.

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“Take charge of your own testimony of Jesus Christ and His gospel,” President Nelson said.

Speakers at October 2022 general conference pointed to Jesus Christ and His Atonement, saying covenants and following Him bring rest, peace and joy.

View coverage from October 2022 general conference including talk summaries, session highlights, photo galleries, news and announcements from the event.

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“The Savior will not tolerate abuse, and as His disciples, neither can we,” President Russell M. Nelson said.

President Russell M. Nelson taught that making and keeping covenants brings peace and “rest” in a challenging world.

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“I pray that you have recorded your impressions and will follow through with them,” said President Nelson.

“I promise that increased time in the temple will bless your life in ways nothing else can,” said President Russell M. Nelson.

President Russell M. Nelson closed the October 2022 general conference with an invitation to “focus on the temple.”

“We all need to seek our own testimony of Jesus Christ, bridle our passions, repent of our sins, and find peace through the Atonement of Jesus Christ and be true to God and His work,” said Elder Quentin L. Cook.

As individuals take opportunities to share their testimonies, they will be able to nurture and keep “this most precious possession,” said Elder Gary E. Stevenson.

“Whatever the source of our challenges, they can be a golden opportunity to grow,” said Elder Isaac K. Morrison.

“Experience the virtue of the word of God, particularly through the Book of Mormon, every day of your life,” said Elder Mark D. Eddy.

“Just as Jesus knows each of us by name, one way we can come to better know Jesus is by learning His many names,” said Elder Schmitt.

“How grateful we are that God so loved us that he sent His Son. He is the answer,” said Elder Olsen.

“The Savior knows your struggles in detail. He knows your great potential to grow in faith, hope, and charity,” said President Henry B. Eyring.

The Sunday morning session of October 2022 general conference included talks from President Russell M. Nelson and three members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

“Because Jesus Christ overcame this world, you can too,” said President Russell M. Nelson.

“You and I ultimately can choose to be chosen through the righteous exercise of our moral agency,” said Elder David A. Bednar.

“Let there be no doubt, it is the very stuff of heroes displayed by our youth when they set their hearts and minds to standing upright against the shifting moral tectonics of our time,” said President Steven J. Lund.

“What we do at home is the true crucible of enduring and joyful discipleship,” said Elder Joseph W. Sitati.

“God’s work and glory include bringing to pass happy and forever,” said Elder Gerrit W. Gong.

“We are commanded to love others, not to judge them,” said Sister J. Anette Dennis.