The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a Mormon Message video in 2014 that discussed bullying and highlighted a two-word sermon from President Dieter F. Uchtdorf: "Stop it!"

The video was based on President Uchtdorf's April 2013 general conference address titled "The Merciful Obtain Mercy."

The video and President Uchtdorf's talk demonstrated how short sermons can be powerful reminders and motivators.

Here are 37 quotes from LDS Church leaders that provide powerful messages in fewer than 10 words.

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Elder Robert D. Hales
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"Be careful who you follow."

Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared this warning during his general conference address in April 2014.


Sister Camilla Kimball
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“Never suppress a generous thought."

Sister Julie B. Beck, then the Relief Society general president, shared this quote during the October 2009 general conference. She attributed it to Sister Camilla Kimball, wife of President Spencer W. Kimball.

Sister Bonnie D. Parkin, also a former Relief Society general president, shared the quote during a 2007 Brigham Young University devotional.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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"Stop it!"

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency, shared this two-word sermon during his April 2012 general conference talk about mercy.

He said, "When it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges or wanting to cause harm, please apply the following: Stop it!"

Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin quoting his mother, Madeline Bitner Wirthlin
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“Come what may, and love it."

During the October 2008 general conference, Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin, then a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, shared this advice he received from his mother when he was young.

President Russell M. Nelson
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“Faith is the antidote for fear.”

President Russell M. Nelson, president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, invited church members to "show" and "proclaim" their faith during his April 2014 general conference address.

President David O. McKay quoting Shakespeare
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“What e'er thou art, act well thy part."

President David O. McKay referenced this quote, usually attributed to Shakespeare, during a priesthood session of conference.

It has since been mentioned by Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles at a CES Devotional and by Sister Elaine S. Dalton, a former Young Women general president, at the April 2013 general conference.

Elder Neal A. Maxwell
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"Moments are the molecules that make up eternity!"

Elder Neal A. Maxwell, then a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, said this during his October 2000 general conference talk, "The Tugs and Pulls of the World."

President Thomas S. Monson
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“Decisions determine destiny.”

Thomas S. Monson, president of the LDS Church, wrote this in a November 1979 New Era article and repeated it during a 2005 CES Fireside.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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“Lift where you stand.”

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf shared this during the October 2008 general conference.

He said the words came from a story about a group of men struggling to move a grand piano.

President Uchtdorf applied the advice to spiritual journeys.

Sister Cheryl A. Esplin quoting Elizabeth Staheli Walker
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"Do not bury your testimony in the ground."

During her general conference address in April 2015, Sister Cheryl A. Esplin, first counselor in the Primary general presidency, shared this impression that her great-grandfather’s sister, Elizabeth Staheli Walker, received.

President Gordon B. Hinckley
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“Raise the bar.”

President Gordon B. Hinckley, president of the LDS Church from 1995-2008, used this phrase in the October 2002 general conference while talking about missionary worthiness.

The phrase has been referenced in other general conferences, including the October 2002, April 2003 and October 2007 conferences.

President Thomas S. Monson
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“The Lord is in the details of our lives.”

President Thomas S. Monson said this during the October 2012 general conference.

Elder Neal A. Maxwell shared a similar message in the June 1996 Ensign.

"So it is, amid the vastness of his creations, God's personal shaping influence is felt in the details of our lives — not only in the details of the galaxies and molecules but, much more importantly, in the details of our own lives," he said.

Sister Kathleen H. Hughs, a former first counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, also shared this message during the October 2006 general conference.

Elder Quentin L. Cook
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"Live by faith and not by fear.”

Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles said this during the October 2007 general conference.

Elder Kevin W. Pearson of the First Quorum of the Seventy concluded his April 2009 general conference talk, "Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ," with similar words.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson
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“All honest work is the work of God.”

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared this message during the October 2010 general conference.

Sister Linda K. Burton
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“First observe, then serve.”

Sister Linda K. Burton, Relief Society general president, shared this reminder during her October 2012 general conference address.

President Henry B. Eyring
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“Trust in God, then go and do.”

This was the title of the October 2010 general conference address given by President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency.

Elder Dale G. Renlund quoting Nelson Mandela
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"A saint is a sinner who keeps on trying."

Elder Dale G. Renlund, a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy, quoted Nelson Mandela during his April 2015 general conference address.

Elder Carl B. Cook quoting President Thomas S. Monson
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“It is better to look up."

At the October 2011 general conference, Elder Carl B. Cook of the First Quorum of the Seventy shared these words President Thomas S. Monson once said to him.

Elder Robert D. Hales
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"Selfishness suffocates spiritual senses."

Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared this message during a devotional address at Brigham Young University on Nov. 15, 2005.

Sister Carole M. Stephens
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"We belong. We are loved. We are needed."

Sister Carole M. Stephens, first counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, made this statement during her April 2015 general conference address.

President Thomas S. Monson
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“The future is as bright as your faith.”

President Thomas S. Monson shared this message during the April 2009 general conference.

President Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared this statement from President Monson during his general conference address in April 2011.

Elder Neil L. Andersen
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“What thinks Christ of me?”

Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles posed this question during his general conference address in April 2012.

Elder Richard G. Scott
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“The Lord sees weaknesses differently than he does rebellion.”

Elder Richard G. Scott, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles who passed away Sept. 22, shared this message during the October 2013 general conference.

Sister Linda K. Burton
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"Seek to complete rather than compete."

Sister Linda K. Burton, Relief Society general president, shared this message during her April 2015 general conference address.

President Gordon B. Hinckley
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“Try a little harder to be a littler better.”

President Gordon B. Hinckley said these words in his April 1995 general conference talk, "We Have a Work to Do."

Sister Virginia H. Pearce, President Hinckley's daughter and a former member of the Young Women general presidency, shared the words again a year later in the April 1996 general conference.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
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“Assume the good and doubt the bad.”

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared this message during a devotional address at Brigham Young University on Feb. 15, 2000.

President Boyd K. Packer
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“Prayer is your personal key to heaven.”

President Boyd K. Packer, the president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles until his passing on July 3, shared these words during an October 1994 general conference address.

Elder Neal A. Maxwell
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“Faith in God includes faith in God’s timing.”

Elder Neal A. Maxwell shared this message during a satellite broadcast to religious educators in the Church Education System on Feb. 2, 2001.

The message was later printed in the July 2002 issue of the Ensign.

Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin
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"Sunday will come."

Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin shared these words during the October 2006 general conference.

"That we may always know that no matter how dark our Friday, Sunday will come is my prayer," Elder Wirthlin said.

This message was also used in a Mormon Message video.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
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"Doubt your doubts before you doubt your faith."

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency, shared this statement during his October 2013 general conference address.

Sister Ann M. Dibb
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"I know it. I live it. I love it."

Sister Ann M. Dibb, a former counselor in the Young Women general presidency, shared this statement during her October 2012 general conference address, saying she was contemplating possible sayings for a T-shirt. She explained, "I came upon an ideal statement I would proudly wear: 'I’m a Mormon. I know it. I live it. I love it.' "

President Gordon B. Hinckley
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“It’s true, isn’t it? Then what else really matters?”

President Gordon B. Hinckley shared these words from a personal story in the 1993 First Presidency Message, and it was later shared at the April 2007 general conference by Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve.

President Boyd K. Packer
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“Family time is sacred time.”

President Boyd K. Packer shared this message during an April 2012 general conference address.

Bishop Gérald Caussé
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"Anchor your faith."

Bishop Gérald Caussé, the first counselor in the Presiding Bishopric, reminded church members during his general conference address in April 2015 to drop an anchor deep into the core principles of the gospel.

Elder L. Tom Perry
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“Obedience to law is liberty.”

During his April 2013 general conference address, Elder L. Tom Perry, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles who passed away May 30, quoted this message from a book that was given to LDS servicemen during World War II.

Elder Dallin H. Oaks
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"Though we may disagree, we should not be disagreeable."

Elder Dallin H. Oaks, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, shared this reminder during an October 2014 general conference talk titled "Loving Others and Living with Differences."

President Thomas S. Monson
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“Choose your love; love your choice.”

President Thomas S. Monson first quoted this phrase, which he remembered seeing in his aunt's home, during the October 1988 general conference.

President Monson later made reference to the phrase again during an April 2011 general conference talk.