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The LDS Daily WOOL© Archive - Wilford W. Andersen

"When we strive to keep the commandments of God, repenting of our sins and promising our best efforts to follow the Savior, we begin to grow in confidence that through the Atonement everything will be all right. Those feelings are confirmed by the Holy Ghost, who drives from us what our pioneer mothers and fathers called 'our useless cares.' In spite of our trials, we are filled with a sense of well-being and feel to sing with them that indeed 'all is well.'" - Wilford W. Andersen, "The Rock of Our Redeemer," Ensign (CR) May 2010

The challenge for all of us who seek to teach the gospel is to expand the curriculum beyond just the dance steps. Our children’s happiness depends on their ability to hear and love the beautiful music of the gospel. - Wilford W. Andersen, “The Music of the Gospel,” Ensign (CR) April 2015

So if the basses in your family choir are too loud and overbearing, or if the string section in your family orchestra is a little too shrill or a little bit sharp, or if those impetuous piccolos are out of tune or out of control, be patient. If you’re not hearing the music of the gospel in your home, please remember these two words: keep practicing. With God’s help, the day will come when the music of the gospel will fill your home with unspeakable joy. – Wilford W. Andersen, “The Music of the Gospel,” Ensign (CR) May 2015

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