“Behold my Spirit is upon you, wherefore all thy words will I justify; and the mountains shall flee before you, and the rivers shall turn from their course; and thou shalt abide in me, and I in you; therefore walk with me.” —Moses 6:34
“We are here on this earth to learn and grow, and the most important learning and growing will come from our covenant connection to Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. From our faithful relationship with Them come godly knowledge, love, power, and capacity to serve.” —Neill F. Marriott
This Day in LDS History
1833: Forced at gunpoint to leave their homes and lands, the Jackson County Saints-numbering some 1,200 men, women, and children- cross the Missouri River and enter Clay County.
1911: Local Citizens elect Mary Woolley Chamberlain mayor of Kanab, with an all-female town council, the first such political event in U.S. history.
1928: Richard G. Scott, later a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, is born in Pocatello, Idaho.
1998: The First Presidency announces that temples will be built in Villahermosa, Mexico; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Melbourne, Australia.
Natalie is a graduate of Brigham Young Unversity, where she studied Communications and Editing. She is passionate about the Northern California coast, reading biographies, and the Oxford comma.