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Leaders | 19 February 2018

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“We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.” —Articles of Faith 1:12

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“The world teaches that leaders must be mighty; the Lord teaches that they must be meek. Worldly leaders gain power and influence through their talent, skill, and wealth.” Stephen W. Owen

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This Day in LDS History

1793: Sidney Rigdon, later a spokesman for the Prophet and member of the First Presidency, is born in St. Clair, Pennsylvania.
1937: Wilford C. Wood purchases the first of ten lots eventually acquired by the Church of the original Nauvoo Temple site.
1994: The First Presidency issues a statement opposing efforts to legalize same-sex marriages in the United States.

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