Friday, June 14, 2024
HomeDaily DoseYour Daily Dose of LDS Inspiration! - June 18, 2016

Your Daily Dose of LDS Inspiration! – June 18, 2016

- Advertisment - Save on Great LDS Gifts

Scripture

“He hath said in his heart, I shall not be moved: for I shall never be in adversity.” Psalms 10:6

Quote

“As part of Heavenly Father’s plan of redemption, all people experience adversity during their lifetime. Trials, disappointments, sadness, sickness, and heartache are a difficult part of life, but with the help of the Lord they can lead to spiritual growth, refinement, and progress.” LDS.org

Video

General LDSBookstore.com Ad

Meme

This Day in LDS History

1844: Because of serious threats made by the enemies of the Church, Joseph Smith orders the Nauvoo Legion to protect Nauvoo and addresses the men, giving his last public discourse.
1960: Presiding Bishop Joseph L. Wirthlin dedicates the Aaronic Priesthood Restoration Monument on the banks of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania.
1995: The Bangkok Thailand Stake, the first stake in Thailand, is organized.
Join the Discussion!
- Advertisment - LDS Scripture Study
Lauren Kutschke
Lauren Kutschke
Lauren is studying Journalism at Brigham Young University and considers the East Coast home. She has a passion for writing, photography, skiing, hiking, and traveling. She enjoys studying German and is married to her best friend.

The Touching True Story Behind “His Eyes Is On The Sparrow”

A classic hymn, especially beloved among the African American Christian community, has made its way into the new Latter-day Saint hymnal. Here's...

Now is the Time to Prepare to Meet God | 13 June 2024

Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! God has a plan for us to return home to Him! However, we need...

Come Follow Me Recap – “Have Ye Experienced This Mighty Change in Your Hearts?” | 14 June 2024

Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! We want to support you in your Come, Follow Me study. That’s why our...

7 Beautiful Images of Jesus Christ as The Good Shepherd

Jesus Christ is often referred to as the Good Shepherd, a metaphor that underscores His loving, guiding, and protective nature. In the...
Related
- Advertisment -Color Scriptures from LDS Bookstore
Recent