“I will visit thy brethren according to their diligence in keeping my commandments.” —Enos 1:10
“Youth today are being raised in enemy territory with a declining standard of morality. But as a servant of the Lord, I promise that you will be protected and shielded from the attacks of the adversary if you will heed the promptings that come from the Holy Spirit.” —Boyd K. Packer
This Day in LDS History
1833: A number of prominent men in Independence, Missouri, prepare the “Secret Constitution,” in which they state their accusations against the Mormons. The Saints later refer to it as the “Manifesto of the Mob.”
1973: The North Carolina Mission is organized.
1993: The first meetinghouse in Swaziland is dedicated.
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