“Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.” —Matthew 22:39
“The key is to love our neighbor, including the neighbor that is difficult to love. We need to remember that though we make our friends, God has made our neighbors—everywhere. Love should have no boundary; we should have no narrow loyalties.” —Howard W. Hunter
This Day in LDS History
1831: Joseph Smith receives Doctrine and Covenants 72, which appoints Newel K. Whitney to be a bishop of the Church in Kirtland and sets forth various responsibilities of bishops in the Church.
1933: C. Max Caldwell, later a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, is born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1961: The first 29 missionaries enter the Missionary Language Institute, the forerunner of the language training mission, and the Missionary Training Center, in Provo, Utah.
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