May 4th, 2007

My Favorite Talk. Ever.

Cast Not Away Therefore Your Confidence, by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland.

What’s your favorite talk?

6 Responses to “My Favorite Talk. Ever.”

  1. Paradox
    May 4, 2007 at 10:10 am #

    Oh, so many to choose from.

    Anything by John Bytheway is golden.

    “Pray Not for Light Burdens but for Strong Backs” by Sister Ardeth Kapp

    “Three Towels and a 25-cent Newspaper” Richard Edgley

    My favorite talk changes depending on what I’m going through in my life at the moment. Right now, my favorite is “It’s True, isn’t it? Then what else matters?” Neil L Anderson.

    A great website to find church talk MP3s, videos, and transcripts is byub.org. One of my favorite things to do is to search for talks and put them on my MP3 player. Really helps to get through the day sometimes.

  2. Steve M
    May 4, 2007 at 1:25 pm #

    Actually, I think Connor’s pick is one of my favorite talks by a General Authority. Wow, do we actually agree on something? Miraculous!

    If we’re not talking GAs, I also really like Richard D. Poll’s “What the Church Means to People Like Me”.

  3. May 4, 2007 at 3:31 pm #

    That’s so bold, to pick a favorite. I wish I was so bold. Here’s my current favorite: Miracles – by Elder David E. Sorensen (San Diego Temple President) 09 May 2006. BYU Idaho Devotional. http://www.byui.edu/Presentations/Transcripts/Devotionals/2006_05_09_Sorensen.htm

  4. May 6, 2007 at 3:04 pm #

    I dont really have a favorite, but this talk by Ezra Taft Benson is really interesting especially if you understand what is going on in the world right now.

    Ezra Taft Benson. General Conference Talk – October 1961

  5. Aaron
    May 7, 2007 at 8:29 am #

    Truth is the Issue, by Elder F. Enzio Busche.

    I didn’t listen to it, but read it during morning study as a missionary in Chile.

  6. Dustin
    May 7, 2007 at 5:17 pm #

    Off the top of my head, I would have to say Bruce R.’s last talk.

    Back when I was single, my favorite was Eternal Love by Boyd K. Packer.

    “A boy ought to love a girl. He ought to desire with all desire a life’s companion. He ought to love fully and completely and righteously. He ought to be preoccupied with finding a sweetheart and, having found her, to love her–permanently. This power, this yearning to love and to be loved, is something so magnetic, so powerful, and so compelling, and so important that it is not to be ignored.”

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