Burnishing more brightly the Savior’s name

As His followers, we cannot do a mean or shoddy or ungracious thing without tarnishing His image. Nor can we do a good and gracious and generous act without burnishing more brightly the symbol of Him whose name we have taken upon ourselves. And so our lives must become a meaningful expression, the symbol of our declaration of our testimony of the Living Christ, the Eternal Son of the Living God.

Gordon B. Hinckley, “The Symbol of Our Faith,” Ensign, April 2005

Lighting a fire in another's soul

Harold B. Lee“You cannot lift another soul until you are standing on higher ground than he is. You must be sure, if you would rescue the man, that you yourself are setting the example of what you would have him be. You cannot light a fire in another soul unless it is burning in you own soul.”

Harold B. Lee, Stand Ye in Holy Places, Deseret Book, 1974, pp. 186–87.