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... the enemy of righteousness also works in little steps, so small that they are hard to notice if you are thinking only about yourself and how great you are. Just as truth is given to us line upon line and the light brightens slowly as we obey, even so, as we disobey our testimony of truth lessens almost imperceptibly, little by little, and darkness descends so slowly that the proud may easily deny that anything is changing.
—  Henry B. Eyring
If we try hard to do what that truth requires of us, God will send more light and more truth. It will go on, line after line, as long as we choose to obey the truth. That is why the Savior said that the man who obeyed His commandments built on a rock so solid that no storm of flood could hurt his house.
—  Henry B. Eyring
It is hard to repent, to admit you are wrong on faith alone before the evidence of a feeling of being forgiven and light comes.
—  Henry B. Eyring
One of the surest ways to avoid even getting near false doctrine is to choose to be simple in our teaching.
—  Henry B. Eyring
You can test what we have talked about today. Just try two things. Listen for the whisperings of the Spirit and then commit to obey ... God will take advantage of that if you let Him
—  Henry B. Eyring
The fruit of keeping covenants is the companionship of the Holy Ghost and an increase in the power to love.
—  Henry B. Eyring
You will notice that the work is simple obedience. It is not complicated things, it is not fancy things or getting great spiritual manifestations. This work is within the abilities of the most humble and the least educated.
—  Henry B. Eyring
If you will be humble and ask God what to do, I promise you that he will always prepare a way for your deliverance.
—  Henry B. Eyring
Even before baptism, a child or an adult can have the Holy Ghost testify to their hearts of sacred truth. They must act on that testimony to retain it, but it will guide them toward goodness.
—  Henry B. Eyring
The Lord will always prepare a way for you to escape from the trials you will be given if you understand two things. One is that you need to be on the Lord's errand. The second thing you need to understand is that the escape will almost never be out of the trial; it will usually be through it.
—  Henry B. Eyring

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