“I leave these sayings with you to ponder in your hearts, with this commandment which I give unto you, that ye shall call upon me while I am near. Draw unto me and I will draw near unto you.” —Doctrine & Covenants 88:62-63
“As you prepare for general conference, I invite you to ponder questions you need to have answered. … There are messages in each general conference given as a gift and a blessing from heaven specifically for our personal life situations.” —Dieter F. Uchtdorf
This Day in LDS History
1890: During general conference, Church members accept what becomes known as the “Manifesto,” a document that announces the end of Church-sanctioned plural marriage in Utah.
1988: Richard G. Scott is ordained an Apostle.
2012: President Monson announces the missionary age change in which men may now serve at 18 years old and women may serve at 19 years old. Before this announcement, men could serve at 19 years old and women could serve at 21 years old.
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