“But behold, if ye will awake and arouse your faculties, even to an experiment upon my words, and exercise a particle of faith, yea, even if ye can no more than desire to believe, let this desire work in you, even until ye believe in a manner that ye can give place for a portion of my words.” —Alma 32:27
“You need never feel inferior. You need never feel that you were born without talents or without opportunities to give them expression. Cultivate whatever talents you have, and they will grow and refine and become an expression of your true self-appreciated by others. In summary, try a little harder to measure up to the divine within each of you.” —Gordon B. Hinckley
This Day in LDS History
1910: Gordon B. Hinckley, later a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and the fifteenth President of the Church, is born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1968: The Maine Stake, the first stake in Maine, is organized.
1979: The first area conference in the continental United States is held in Houston, Texas.
1994: Jeffrey R. Holland is ordained an Apostle, replacing Marvin J. Ashton, who had died.
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