“And now, my brethren, seeing that ye know the light by which ye may judge, which light is the light of Christ, see that ye do not judge wrongfully; for with that same judgment which ye judge ye shall also be judged.” – Moroni 7:18
“Someone has said that it is not where you are but the direction in which you are going that counts; not how close you are to failure or success but which way you are headed. How can we, with all our weaknesses and frailties, dare to arrogate to ourselves the position of a judge? At best, man can judge only what he sees; he cannot judge the heart or the intention, or begin to judge the potential of his neighbor.” – N. Eldon Tanner
This Day in LDS History
1839 In the course of a malaria epidemic in Commerce (later Nauvoo), Illinois, and MOntrose, Iowa, a number of Saints are miraculously healed through priesthood administrations of the Prophet Joseph Smith.
1952 The First Presidency announces the purchase of a site in Bern, Switzerland, for the first European temple of the Church.
1978 The U.S. Senate passes a bill that had been earlier approved by the House of Representatives, designating the Mormon Trail from Nauvoo, Illinois, to Salt Lake City, Utah, as a national historic trail.
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