“They are raised to dwell with God who has redeemed them; thus they have eternal life through Christ, who has broken the bands of death.” – Mosiah 15:23
“The only length of life that seems to satisfy the longings of the human heart is life everlasting.” – Russell M. Nelson
This Day in LDS History
1833: Oliver Cowdery leaves Kirtland for New York to purchase a printing press to replace the Church’s press that had been destroyed by mobs in Jackson, Missouri.
1861: The first baptisms in the Netherlands take place near the village of Broek-Akkerwoude.
1913: President Joseph F. Smith dedicates Mahonri Young’s Seagull Monument, commemorating the miracle of the gulls that ate crickets to destroy the crops of the Saints in the spring of 1848.
1988: President Ezra Taft Benson opens general conference with a challenge for the Saints to flood the earth with the Book of Mormon.