“Therefore I command you, my son Helaman, that ye be diligent in fulfilling all my words, and that ye be diligent in keeping the commandments of God as they are written.” –
“We will not accidentally come to believe in the Savior and His gospel.” – L. Whitney Clayton
This Day in LDS History
1944: Margaret Dyrend (nadauld), later the eleventh general president of the Young Women, is born in Manti, Utah.
1960: The Alaskan-Canadian Mission is organized.
1978:Edwin and Janath Cannon and Rendell and Rachel Mabey, the first official representatives of the International Mission in West Africa, witness the fruits of their labors with the baptism of twenty-one Nigerians. Within the year some seventeen hundred Nigerians and Ghanians are baptized.