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Compassion | 20 May 2017

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“The Lord is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy.” – Psalm 145:8

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“We must feel and see for ourselves and then help all of Heavenly Father’s children to feel and see and know that our Savior has taken upon Himself not only all our sins but also our pains and our suffering and afflictions so that He can know what we feel and how to comfort us.” Linda S. Reeves

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This Day in LDS History

1947: President George Albert Smith offers the prayer to open the U.S. Senate session, the first Church leader to be so invited.
1962: The Boston Stake, the first stake in Massachusetts, is organized.
1969: Elder Marion G. Romney dedicates Spain for the preaching of the gospel.
1999: Ground is broken for the Medford Oregon Temple.

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