For it must needs be, that there is an opposition in all things. If not so, my firstborn in the wilderness, righteousness could not be brought to pass, neither wickedness, neither holiness nor misery, neither good nor bad. Wherefore all things must be a compound in one; wherefore, if it should be one body it must needs remain as dead, having no life neither death, nor corruption nor incorruption, happiness nor misery, neither sense nor insensibility. —2 Nephi 2:11
Our faith in Jesus Christ enables us to meet any challenge. —Carole M. Stephens
This Day in LDS History
1983: The first presidency issues a statement reinforcing the policy that members of the Church are expected to pay local, state, and federal taxes.
1990: The Church appoints David Hsiao Hsi Chen, a BYU-Hawaii professor, and native of mainland China, as a First Presidency representative to the People’s Republic of China.
1995: Church membership reaches nine million.
Devin is a graduate of Brigham Young University where he studied English and Business Management. He is a writer, photographer, movie-fanatic, and a lover of street tacos. He served his mission in Tokyo, Japan.