“Fear not to do good, my sons, for whatsoever ye sow, that shall ye also reap; therefore, if ye sow good ye shall also reap good for your reward.” —Doctrine & Covenants 6:33
“The Lord told His leaders of the Restoration, and He tells us, that when we stand with faith upon His rock, doubt and fear are diminished; the desire to do good increases. As we accept President Monson’s invitation to plant in our hearts a testimony of Jesus Christ, we gain the power, the desire, and the courage to go to the rescue of others without concern for our own needs.” —Henry B. Eyring
This Day in LDS History
1964: President David O. Mckay dedicates the Oakland Temple (later the Oakland California Temple.)
1994: The First Presidency announces plans to build a temple in Nashville, Tennessee.
1997: Ground is broken for the Monticello Utah temple. Elder Ben. B. Banks, a member of the First Quorum of the seventy and president of the Utah South Area, presides over the ceremonies.
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