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Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself: I am the Lord. —Leviticus 19:18
In a world of turmoil and uncertainty, it is more important than ever to make our families the center of our lives and the top of our priorities. —L. Tom Perry
This Day in LDS History
1890: In preparation for the completion of the interior of the Salt Lake Temple, the First Presidency sets apart John B. Fairbanks, John Hafen, and Lorus Pratt as “art missionaries” to study in Paris, France. Later, Edwin Evans and Herman H. Haag are also sent to Paris to study.
1973: The first stake in El Salvador (San Salvador) is created with Mario Edumundo Scheel as president.
1994: The U.S. National Genealogy Society posthumously elects Archibald F. Bennett, who pioneered acquisition of genealogical materials for the Church, to their Hall of Fame; Bennett is the first Latter-day Saint so honored.
Devin is a graduate of Brigham Young University where he studied English and Business Management. He is a writer, photographer, movie-fanatic, and a lover of street tacos. He served his mission in Tokyo, Japan.