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LDS Daily Dose February 6, 2016

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“Verily I say unto you all: Arise and shine forth, that thy light may be a standard for the nations.” –

D&C 115:5


Quote

“As you live high standards publicly and privately, and even under great pressure adhere to them, you raise the vision of others, helping them realize more of their divine capacity. Like a worthy magnet, you will draw others to a higher standard of life.” – Richard G. Scott

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This Day in LDS History

1851: Ordinances passed by the government of the provisional state of Deseret to incorporate Ogden City, Provo City, Parowan City and Manti City.
1928: The First Presidency authorizes the purchase of Hill Cumorah, adding to the growing number of historical sites owned by the church.
1999: Ground is broken for the Raleigh North Carolina Temple.

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