In the video “The Fruit that is Most Desirable,” Elder Neil L. Andersen compares fruit with things of eternal worth. The fruit in Lehi’s dream symbolizes the blessings of the Savior’s Atonement, describing the fruit as “most desirable.”

Watch the video “The Fruit that is Most Desirable:”

“No wonder the angel described the fruit as ‘the most joyous to the soul,’” Elder Anderson says. “It truly is!”

Yet even after savoring the precious fruit of the restored gospel, staying true and faithful to the Lord Jesus Christ is still not easily done, Elder Andersen says in his October 2019 general conference address.

“We continue to face distractions and deceptions, confusion and commotion, enticements and temptations that attempt to pull our hearts away from the Savior and the joys and beauties we have experienced in following Him.”

The video includes the personal experiences of two people who tasted the joy of rediscovering their faith after losing their spiritual direction.

“Little things can upend our spiritual balance,” he continues. “Please don’t allow your questions, the insults of others, faithless friends, or unfortunate mistakes and disappointments to turn you away from the sweet, pure, and soul-satisfying blessings that come from the precious fruit of the tree. Keep your eyes and your hearts centered on the Savior Jesus Christ and the eternal joy that comes only through Him.”

Read Elder Andersen talk “Fruit” from the October 2019 general conference.



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