“Behold, now it is called today until the coming of the Son of Man, and verily it is a day of sacrifice.” —Doctrine & Covenants 64:23
“If we were told we had a short time to live, we too might plead for more days of life in the name of things we should have done or done differently. Regardless of the time the Lord, in His wisdom, determines to grant each of us, of one thing we can be sure: we all have a “today” to live, and the key to making our day successful is to be willing to sacrifice.” —Taylor G. Godoy
This Day in LDS History
1898: The First Presidency encourages LDS youth to support the American War effort in the Spanish American War.
1919: Gordon B. Hinckley is baptized at eight-years-old at an unknown location. Of the site, he said: “It’s the only secret I have left! It was done by the proper authority in a proper place.”
1999: Approximately 5,000 LDS women gather at BYU in what is called the largest humanitarian event held by the Church in a single setting. Participants spend some 6,955 service hours making hygiene kits and other items families need.
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.