And so great were their afflictions that every soul had cause to mourn; and they believed that it was the judgments of God sent upon them because of their wickedness and their abominations; therefore they were awakened to a remembrance of their duty. —Alma 4:3
Every person is different and has a different contribution to make. No one is destined to fail. —Henry B. Eyring
This Day in LDS History
1933: Henry B. Eyring later a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, is born in Princeton, New Jersey.
1934: The Boy Scouts of America awards Elder George Albert Smith the Silver Buffalo, the highest honor awarded by the BSA. Elder Smith is the first Latter-day Saint leader to be so honored.
1971: President N. Eldon Tanner of the First Presidency dedicates the new visitors’ center in Independence, Missouri.