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An Instrument in His Hands | 22 January 2019

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Nevertheless, after much tribulation, the Lord did hear my cries, and did answer my prayers, and has made me an instrument in his hands in bringing so many of you to a knowledge of his truth.—Mosiah 23:10

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Your influence for good is incalculable and indescribable. James E. Faust

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This Day in LDS History

1866: President Brigham Young reaches out to the non-member citizens of Utah, allowing the Social Hall to be used as a Masonic Lodge.
1983: President Gordon B. Hinkley of the First Presidency breaks ground for the Dallas Texas Temple.
1994: Boyd K. Packer dedicates a 36,400-square-foot-missionary training center in Guatemala.

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