By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. —Romans 5:2
With a growing understanding of the Lord’s grace and mercy, we will find that our self-willed hearts begin to crack and break in gratitude. Then we reach for Him, yearning to yoke ourselves to the Only Begotten Son of God. In our brokenhearted reaching and yoking, we receive new hope and fresh guidance through the Holy Ghost. —Neil F. Marriott
This Day in LDS History
1898: The First Presidency encourages LDS youth to support the American War effort in the Spanish American War.
1919: Gordon B. Hinckley is baptized at eight-years-old at an unknown location. Of the site, he said: “It’s the only secret I have left! It was done by proper authority in a proper place.”
1999: Approximately 5,000 LDS women gather at BYU in what is called the largest humanitarian event held by the Church in a single setting. Participants spend some 6,955 service hours making hygiene kits and other items families need