“But learn that he who doeth the works of righteousness shall receive his reward, even peace in this world, and eternal life in the world to come” –
“To find peace—the peace within, the peace that passeth understanding—men must live in honesty, honoring each other, honoring obligations, working willingly, loving and cherishing loved ones, serving and considering others, with patience, with virtue, with faith and forbearance, with the assurance that life is for learning, for serving, for repenting, and improving. And God be thanked for the blessed principle of repenting and improving, which is a way that is open to us all.” – Elder Richard L. Evans
This Day in LDS History
1924: Rulon G. Craven, later a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, is born in Murray, Utah.
1948: Belle Smith Spafford, later the general president of the Relief Society, begins service as the vice president of the National Counsil of Women.
1950: the West Central States Mission is organized.
1994: Music and Values, a church-produced public affairs radio program, wins the 1994 Gabriel Award in the national-religious, Category.