“Wherefore, be not weary in well-doing, for ye are laying the foundation of a great work. And out of small things proceedeth that which is great.” —Doctrine & Covenants 64:33
“We live in a world that seems to worship its own kind of greatness. Because we are being constantly exposed to the world’s definition of success and greatness, it is understandable that we might frequently find ourselves making comparisons between what we are and what others are, or seem to be, and also between what we have and what others have. Although it is true that making comparisons can be beneficial and may motivate us to accomplish much good and improve our lives, we often allow unfair and improper comparisons to destroy our happiness when they cause us to feel unfulfilled or inadequate or unsuccessful.” —Howard W. Hunter
This Day in LDS History
1810: Truman O. Angell, later the architect of many public and private buildings in Salt Lake City, including the Salt Lake Temple, is born in North Providence, Rhode Island.
1861: Gustave Chaprix arrives in Brussels as the first missionary to Belgium.
1970: The Church sends six thousand pounds of supplies to earthquake victims in Peru.
1994: President Howard W. Hunter is ordained and set apart as the fourteenth President of the Church, with Gordon B. Hinckley and Thomas S. Monson as Counselors; Elder Boyd K. Packer of the Twelve is set apart as acting President of the Twelve.
Natalie is a graduate of Brigham Young Unversity, where she studied Communications and Editing. She is passionate about the Northern California coast, reading biographies, and the Oxford comma.