“It is expedient that the church meet together often to partake of bread and wine in the remembrance of the Lord Jesus.” —Doctrine & Covenants 20:75
“Remember: His premortal life, when this beautiful planet was made by Him; His humble birth in a manger; when He instituted the sacrament; when He was humiliated, buffeted, spat upon, smitten, and scourged with a whip that tore His flesh; His Resurrection, which ensures our own resurrection and the possibility to live beside Him for all eternity, depending on our choices.” —Claudio R.M. Costa
This Day in LDS History
1940: The First Presidency releases a statement on the military, indicating that the church will not knowingly call young men on missions to have them avoid the draft established in the United States.
1948: A report indicates that the total value of relief supplies sent to the Saints in Europe after World War II amounts to $ 1,736,000.
1950: Church membership reaches 1.1 million
1952: The First Presidency announces that the Primary will sponsor Cub Scout groups 9part of the Boy Scouts of America).
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