And even if it were possible that little children could sin they could not be saved; but I say unto you they are blessed; for behold, as in Adam, or by nature, they fall, even so the blood of Christ atoneth for their sins.—Mosiah 3:16
We believe that the ultimate treasures on earth and in heaven are our children. —Dallin H. Oaks
This Day in Church History
1822: Bathsheba Wilson (Smith), later the fourth general president of the Relief Society, is born near Shinnston, West Virginia.
1966: The Church is given permission to proselyte in Bermuda.
1984: Dallin H. Oaks is ordained as an Apostle, replacing the deceased Mark E. Petersen.
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