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Oh How Lovely Was the Morning | 4 November 2019

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Wherefore, lift up thy heart and rejoice, and cleave unto the covenants which thou hast made. —Doctrine & Covenants 25:13

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True faith is focused in and on the Lord Jesus Christ and always leads to righteous action. The Prophet Joseph Smith taught that “faith is the first principle in revealed religion, and the foundation of all righteousness” and that it is also “the principle of action in all intelligent beings.” Action alone is not faith in the Savior, but acting in accordance with correct principles is a central component of faith. David A. Bednar

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1933: U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt meets with Presidents Heber J. Grant, Anthony W. Ivins, and J. Reuben Clark.

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