Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! Our lives will not be free from burdens, but we know that Christ will always be there for us to help carry them. His yoke is easy and with Him, our burdens will be lifted.
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For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.—Matthew 11:30
Friends, let us remember that each person on this earth is a child of God and He loves each one. Are there people in your path who you have felt inclined to judge? If so, remember that these are valuable opportunities for us to practice loving as the Savior loves. As we follow His example, we can be yoked with Him and help foster a feeling of love and belonging in the hearts of all our Father’s children.– J. Anette Dennis
This Day in Church History
1848: Addison Pratt arrives in the Salt Lake Valley after serving a five-year mission to the South Pacific, where he baptized approximately 1200 people.
1850: U.S. President Millard Fillmore signs papers appointment Brigham Young as governor of the territory of Utah.
1877: The cornerstones for the Assembly Hall on Temple Square are laid.
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
What blessings do we receive when we allow the Savior to carry our burdens?