For none of these can I hope except they shall be reconciled unto Christ, and enter into the narrow gate, and walk in the strait path which leads to life, and continue in the path until the end of the day of probation. - 2 Ne. 33:9
"The choice is up to us as we exercise our free agency. . . ," said Elder Delbert L. Stapley of the Quorum of the Twelve, speaking in the April 1968 general conference. "Every responsible individual stands almost daily at the crossroads and must choose which way he will travel. He can take the road that leads to the heights where the good and great of the earth assemble, or he can take the road that leads to the depths where the victims of remorse and despondency go. Life calls for almost constant decisions and the decisions which we make reflect with accuracy our thinking and our tastes."