“Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” –
“His peace will ease our suffering, bind up our broken hearts, blot out our hates, engender in our breasts a love of fellow men that will suffuse our souls with calm and happiness.” – President Heber J. Grant
This Day in LDS History
1818: Sarah Granger (Kimball), later the Relief Society general secretary for twelve years and a women’s rights leader, is born in Phelps, New York.
1833: Wilford Woodruff begins recording early Latter-day Saint history in his dairy for the first time. In these diaries he would record the daily events of the Church for some sixty-five years.
1934: The Church announces a new schedule for Aaronic Priesthood advancement.