They are raised to dwell with God who has redeemed them; thus they have eternal life through Christ, who has broken the bands of death.—Mosiah 15:23
On that bright, glorious morning of the First Resurrection, your loved ones and mine will come forth from the grave as promised by the Lord Himself and we will have a fulness of joy. Because He lives, they and we shall live also.—Shayne M. Bowen
This Day in LDS History
1839: The last group of the Saints in Far West, Missouri, leaves under the expulsion order.
1873: Elder Franklin D. Richards and others organize a society in Ogden for the mutual improvement of young men in the Church, the forerunner of the Young Men’s Mutual Improvement Association.
1958: President David O. McKay dedicates the New Zealand Temple (later the Hamilton New Zealand Temple).