“Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” – John 14:6
“Our Savior is the light of the world. We should live so that we can be enlightened by his Spirit, and so that we may hear and heed the ratifying seal of the Holy Ghost, which testifies of the Father and the Son” – Dallin H. Oaks
This Day in LDS History
1842 Joseph Smith administers the endowment for the first time in this dispensation in the upstairs room of the Red Brick Store on Water Street in Nauvoo.
1875 Hyrum W. Mikesell baptizes Shoshone chief Pocatello in Salt Lake City. The chief is ordained an elder and prophesies that many of his people will soon join the Church. By the end of the year, nearly all his people join, as had hundreds of other Native Americans from other western tribes.
1964 Richard Dutcher, later the producer, writer, and director of God’s Army, an independent film portraying missionary life in southern California, is born in Oak Park, Illinois.