It’s 10:50 a.m. Tuesday morning. Soon, students, faculty, and employees will stream from dozens of buildings on BYU campus over to the Marriott Center for an hour of insight provided by an esteemed individual from across campus, the nation, or even the globe. It’s time for the weekly forum or devotional.

But joining the weekly parade of students is not the only way to see or hear the addresses given at BYU. With the fourth-generation speeches.byu.edu website, which launched in July 2012, it is now easier than ever to find the text, video, and audio of devotionals, forums, and commencement addresses, with archives reaching back more than 50 years. Go online to find 1,500-plus addresses, from more than 650 speakers, available for free. Don’t know where to start? Try the 10 most-viewed speeches of all time.

10 THE SEVEN DEADLY HERESIES, Bruce R. McConkie, June 1, 1980

“REMEMBER LOT’S WIFE”, Jeffrey R. Holland, Jan. 13, 2009

THE CONSTITUTION—A HEAVENLY BANNER, Ezra Taft Benson, Sept. 16, 1986

QUICK TO OBSERVE, David A. Bednar, May 10, 2005

THE INCONVENIENT MESSIAH, Jeffrey R. Holland, Feb. 15, 1982

A VISION AND A HOPE FOR THE YOUTH OF ZION, Ezra Taft Benson, April 12, 1977

OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LORD, Bruce R. McConkie, March 2, 1982

IN THE STRENGTH OF THE LORD, David A. Bednar, Oct. 23, 2001

“CAST NOT AWAY THEREFORE YOUR CONFIDENCE”, Jeffrey R. Holland, March 2, 1999

“HOW DO I LOVE THEE?”, Jeffrey R. Holland, Feb. 15, 2000

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