Now this same Priesthood, which was in the beginning, shall be in the end of the world also. —Moses 6:7
When we talk of the celestial law which is revealed from heaven, that is, the Priesthood, we are talking about the principle of salvation, a perfect system of government, of laws and ordinances, by which we can be prepared to pass from one gate to another, and from one sentinel to another, until we go into the presence of our Father and God. —Brigham Young
This Day in LDS History
1838: Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon flee Kirtland to escape mob violence.
1975: The Merthyr Tydfil Stake, the first stake in Wales, is organized, with Ralph Pulman as president.
1989: The New York International film and video festival present three awards to the BYU motion picture studio for the movie A More Perfect Union, which chronicles the founding of the United States of America.