“For verily I say unto you, blessed is he that keepeth my commandments, whether in life or in death; and he that is faithful in tribulation, the reward of the same is greater in the kingdom of heaven.” – Doctrine & Covenants 58:2
“Never lose faith in yourselves or in your capacity to do worthwhile things. And call upon the Lord for help that your minds may be enlightened and your understanding quickened. Then go to work with that assurance inside of you that somehow you can do it.” – Gordon B. Hinckley
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).
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