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Almost exactly one year after President Russell M. Nelson spoke to Latter-day Saint young adults worldwide, his first counselor in the First Presidency, President Dallin H. Oaks, addressed the same audience and echoed the Prophet’s challenge to “know the truth and stand for it.”

In a devotional broadcast to 18- to 30-year-olds across the globe on Sunday, May 21, President Oaks and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, offered loving counsel for young adults regarding marriage and dating.

President Oaks’ instruction also included counsel about how to stand fast with love while proclaiming truth, including on issues involving gender dysphoria and being romantically attracted to persons of the same sex.

President Oaks shared the promise found in 1 Nephi 10:19. “For he that diligently seeketh shall find; and the mysteries of God shall be unfolded unto them, by the power of the Holy Ghost.”

“I pray that all I love, and that includes all the children of God within the sounds of my voice, will act upon that invitation to find and know the truth,” President Oaks said.

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