Behold, ye are little children and ye cannot bear all things now; ye must grow in grace and in the knowledge of the truth.—Doctrine and Covenants 50:40
We all know where we can do better. There is no need to repeatedly remind each other, but there is a need to love and minister to each other and, in doing so, provide a climate of willingness to change.—Hans T. Bloom
This Day in Church History
1850: U.S. President Millard Fillmore appoints the first territorial officers for the newly created territory of Utah; Brigham Young is appointed as its first governor.
1917: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson appoints James H. Moyle, the first Latter-day Saint to serve in a subcabinet position in the United States, as assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury.
1990: Bookcraft, Inc., releases Gerald N. Lund’s first volume in the historical novel series The Work and the Glory. The series sells more than one million copies, becoming one of the most successful ventures in Church publication history.
How can we be more patient with one another as we know, love, and grow together?