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Beware of Disloyalty

Called Unto Liberty, 20th Century Sermons, David O. McKay We owe at least the consideration to be loyal to this country and to spurn with...

Marriage is About Rearing Families

Called Unto Liberty, 20th Century Sermons, David O. McKay, 1952 True motherhood is the noblest call of the world, and we look with sorrow upon...

Sabotage of American Code of God

Called Unto Liberty, David O. McKay: 1791, 20th Century Sermons The deep concern of every loyal citizen regarding this threatened loss of our freedom has...

Error Not Condoned

Called Unto Liberty, President David O. McKay, 20th Century Sermons In the Church, there are members who favor the Democratic party. There are other members...

A God-Given Privilege

Called Unto Liberty, David O. McKay, 20th Century Sermons Next to life, we express gratitude for the gift of free agency. When thou didst...

David O. McKay: Integrity: The Strength of a Nation

Called Unto Liberty, David O. McKay: 1964, 20th Century Sermons The foundation of a noble character is integrity. By this virtue the strength of a...

Restoring Balance in Our Imperiled Civilization

David O. McKay says our civilization is imperiled if we do not restore the balance between our spiritual culture and material culture.

The World’s Greatest Need

All governments, laws, methods, and organizations are of little value unless men and women are filled with truth, righteousness, and mercy. David O. McKay

The Choice: Economy and Liberty, or Profusion and Servitude

Governments are the servants, not the masters of the people. David O. McKay

No Government Owes You a Living

I shall raise my voice as long as God gives me sound or ability, against the communistic idea that the government will take care of us all ... David O. McKay

A Time to Keep Our Heads and Stick to Our Moorings — David O. McKay

These are times when men should keep their heads, and not be swept from their moorings by every will-o'-the wisp theory that is offered as a panacea of our present ills. - David O. McKay