For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. —2 Timothy 1:7
If you are on the right path, it will always be uphill. The Lord is anxious to lead us to the safety of higher ground. —Henry B. Eyring
This Day in LDS History
1834: Five Missouri vigilantes visit Zion’s Camp, swearing the camp will be destroyed that night. As the men leave, the previously cloudless sky becomes stormy, causing Fishing River and the Little Fishing River to rise more than fourty feet in one night, deterring the planned attack.
1836: Lorenzo Snow is baptized in the Chargrin River near Kirtland, Ohio (He is 22 years old).
1880: The first general Primary Presidency, as well as the first general Young Women’s Presidency, are called.
1959: The First Presidency issues a formal statement urging Latter-day Saints to keep the Sabbath holy and specifically to abstain from shopping on Sunday.