LDS Daily Dose – August 1, 2015


“Behold, bless ye the Lord, all ye servants of the Lord, which by night stand in the house of the Lord.” – Psalms 134:1


“Whether [your holy places] are geographic or moments in time, they are equally sacred and have incredible strengthening power.”Ann M. Dibb



This Day in LDS History

1875 George W. Hill baptizes over three hundred Shoshone Indians in the Malad River in Idaho and participates in giving blessings to many sick members of that tribe.
1971 Dallin H. Oaks begins his term as the seventh president of BYU.
1989 The Kingdom of Jordan approves a Latter-day Saint center for culture and education to be established in Amman.
1999 President Gordon B. Hinckley dedicates the Guayaquil Ecuador Temple.

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