For, for this intent have we written these things, that they may know that we knew of Christ, and we had a hope of his glory many hundred years before his coming; and not only we ourselves had a hope of his glory, but also all the holy prophets which were before us. —Jacob 4:4
Feasting on the words of Christ will bring life-sustaining revelation, reaffirm our true identity and worth before God and His child, and lead our friends unto Christ and everlasting life. —Takashi Wada
This Day in LDS History
1857: General Daniel H. Wells leaves Salt Lake City to establish military headquarters in Echo Canyon in an effort to defend Utah against the approaching army commanded by Colonel Albert Sidney Johnston. The arm had been sent to Utah to quell the Saints’ alleged rebellion against the United States government.
1954: Bo Gustafsson, later an Olympic silver medalist in the 50-kilometer walk at the 1984 Los Angeles games, is born in Skee, Sweden.
1979: The Church publishes the LDS edition of the King James Version of the Bible, which includes a topical guide, a Bible dictionary, and extensive footnotes.
Devin is a graduate of Brigham Young University where he studied English and Business Management. He is a writer, photographer, movie-fanatic, and a lover of street tacos. He served his mission in Tokyo, Japan.