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The Light of the World | 25 December 2017

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“Let your ligth so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” —Matthew 5:16

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“Possessing light, we can shine among our fellowmen through our lives and deeds, influencing them to glorify our Father in Heaven.” Joseph B. Wirthlin

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This Day in LDS History

1843: Orrin Porter Rockwell, after nearly ten months of imprisonment in Missouri, arrives at the home of Joseph Smith in the midst of a Christmas party. The overwhelmed Prophet joyfully receives his old friend.
1914: The First Presidency asks members of the Church to donate money to relieve the suffering of victims of the ‘Great War’ (World War I), being waged in Europe.
1925: Nineteen days after organizing the South American Mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Elder Melvin J. Ballard dedicates South America to the preaching of the gospel.

 

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