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The LDS Daily WOOL© Archive - Monte J. Brough


(2/14/02)
"We must each prepare ourselves for every good work that might come to us and then accept the principle that revelation, not aspiration, is the basis for our respective callings." Monte J. Brough, "A Holy Calling," Ensign, May 1997, p. 27

(10/28/03)
"The contribution the quorums of the Aaronic Priesthood could make to the work of converting, retaining, and activating other members of their quorums is enormous. If 16-year-old Mormon could be the commanding officer of a large military army, and if Jeremiah as a child could have words put in his mouth by the Almighty God, and if Timothy could be wise as he was, then each young man within the sound of my voice can rise to the challenge of his quorum responsibilities." - Monte J. Brough, "Young Men-Holders of Keys," General Conference, 4 October 2003

(12/27/03)
"It is very dangerous for any of us to think we have earned the right to a Church calling. However, every member must come to know the sacred nature of his or her own service in the Church.... We must each prepare ourselves for every good work that might come to us and then accept the principle that revelation, not aspiration, is the basis for our respective callings." - Monte J. Brough, "A Holy Calling," General Conference, April 1997


 
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