I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. —Philippians 4:13
Compassion means to feel love and mercy toward another person. It means to have sympathy and desire to relieve the suffering of others. It means to show kindness and tenderness toward another. —Barbara Thompson
This Day in LDS History
1976: The Church News publishes a statement by President Spencer W. Kimball as it begins a campaign against pornography.
1981: The U.S. Republican Party appoints as its national chair Richard N. Richards, the first latter-day saint to hold this position.
1986: President Thomas S. Monson of the First Presidency dedicates the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple.