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Daily Dose – April 4, 2016

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“And he turned him unto his disciples, and said privately, Blessed are the eyes which see the things that ye see.” Luke 10:23

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“Though I was scarcely tall enough to see, I remember the feelings that came over me as everyone rose when the prophet entered. Those feelings of excited reverence are spiritual feelings that return each time I enter this building or hear our leaders speak in general conference. I remember what I have received and heard. I remember what I know and what I have felt.”Susan L. Warner

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This Day in LDS History

1838: Sidney Rigdon arrives and takes up permanent residence with his family at Far West after leaving Kirtland.
1920:  Howard W. Hunter is baptized in a swimming pool in Boise, Idaho. (He is twelve years and five months old.)
1981: President Spencer W. Kimball announces that the three-fold mission of the Church is to proclaim the gospel, perfect the Saints, and redeem the dead.
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