“For behold, this is my work and my glory—to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man.” – Moses 1:39
“In the churn of crises and the sinister swirl of global events, true disciples will maintain faith in a revealing, loving God and in His plan for redeeming His children, which plan is the why of all that God does!” – Neal A. Maxwell
This Day in LDS History
1831: In Fayette, New York, Joseph Smith receives Doctrine and Covenants 40, a revelation regarding the ‘fear of persecution and the cares of the world’ that cause some to reject the truth.
1834: The general public learns for the first time that Joseph Smith has bodyguards protecting him.
1985: The first branch of the Church in the West Indies Island of Antigua is organized, with Rex B. Blake as president.
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