“We will sing my songs to the stringed instruments all the days of our life in the house of the Lord.” —Isaiah 38:20
“Emma Smith assembled a collection of hymns which first appeared in this Kirtland hymnal in 1836. There were only 90 songs included in this thin little booklet. Many of them were hymns from Protestant faiths. Only the lyrics were written; no musical notes accompanied the texts. This humble little hymnal proved to be a great blessing to early members of the Church.” —Steven E. Snow
This Day in LDS History
1850: Sarah Louise Bouton (Felt), later the first general president of the Primary, is born in Norwalk, Connecticut.
1936: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Philadelphia Orchestra hold a concert together in Salt Lake City. Conductor Leopold Stokowski praises the choir, saying to the audience: “That was thrilling, wasn’t it? A wonderful choir!”
1957: The first stake in George is organized, namely the Atlanta Stake.
Natalie is a graduate of Brigham Young Unversity, where she studied Communications and Editing. She is passionate about the Northern California coast, reading biographies, and the Oxford comma.