“For there can no man be saved except his garments are washed white; yea, his garments must be purified until they are cleansed from all stain.” —Alma 5:21
“There is a parallel between our garments being washed clean through the blood of the Lamb and how we wash our own dirty linen. It is through His atoning sacrifice that our garments will be cleansed. The need for cleansing comes as we become soiled through sin. The judgment and forgiving are the Savior’s prerogative, for only He can forgive and wash away our sins.” —Lynn A. Mickelsen
This Day in LDS History
1857: Thomas B. Marsh, a former president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, speaks to a group of Saints shortly after his return to the Church, apologizing for his previous behavior and asking for the Saints’ fellowship.
1965: The U.S. Government designates Nauvoo, Illinois, as a National Historic Landmark.
1980: Latter-day Saint missionaries enter the African nation of Kenya for the first time.
Natalie is a graduate of Brigham Young Unversity, where she studied Communications and Editing. She is passionate about the Northern California coast, reading biographies, and the Oxford comma.