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Now Let Us Rejoice | 21 February 2019

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And there shall be mine abode, and it shall be Zion, which shall come forth out of all the creations which I have made; and for the space of a thousand years the earth shall rest.—Moses 7:64

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This is a joyful religion, one of hope, strength, and deliverance.Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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This Day in LDS History

1835: Parley P. Pratt is ordained an Apostle by Joseph Smith, Oliver Cowdrey, and David Whitmer.
1977: President Spencer W. Kimball begins a nineteen-day tour of Latin America.
1990: The Czechoslovakian government renews recognition of the Church; it had originally been granted in 1928.

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