Winter 1997

Elder Dean L. Larsen

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Remarks for LDS Business College

As the prophet Enos concludes his brief record in the book of Mormon, he gives us a glimpse of the conditions among his people and points out that it was sometimes necessary to use “exceedingly great plainness of speech” to help the people keep from “going down speedily to destruction.” While I do not wish to suggest that we are in quite the same condition as were the people of Enos’ day, I have felt the inclination to speak to you today in rather plain terms about the conditions of our own time and the challenges they present to us.

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