Selected Teachings on
The Plan of Salvation Ought to be
Studied More Than Any Other Subject

Joseph Smith (President)

All men know that they must die.  And it is important that we should understand the reasons and causes of our exposure to the vicissitudes of life and of death, and the designs and purposes of God in our coming into the world, our suffering here, and our departure hence.  What is the object of our coming into existence, then dying and falling away, to be here no more?  It is but reasonable to suppose that God would reveal something in reference to the matter, and it is a subject we ought to study more than any otherWe ought to study it day and night, for the world is ignorant in reference to their true condition and relation. (Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, p.324; emphasis added)

Brigham Young (President)

The plan of salvation, or, in other words, the redemption of fallen beings, is a subject that should occupy the attention of all intelligence that pertains to fallen beings. (Journal of Discourses, 1:1)