“And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. ” —John 14:13-14
“Prayer is the way and means, given us by our Creator, whereby we can counsel and communicate with him. It is one of the chief cornerstones of pure and perfect worship. Prayer changes our lives. Through it we draw near to the Lord, and he reaches out his finger and touches us, so we never again are the same.” —Bruce R. McConkie
This Day in LDS History
1932: Jake Garn, later a Utah member of the U.S. Senate (1974-92), is born in Richfield, Utah.
1933: Charles Albert Callis is ordained an Apostle, replacing James E Talmage, who had died.
1963: President Hugh B. Brown of the First Presidency dedicates the Polynesian Cultural Center, situated near the Church College in Hawaii (later BYU-Hawaii) and the Laie Hawaii Temple.
1972: Bruce R. McConkie is ordained an Apostle, replacing Marion G. Romney, who had been called to the First Presidency.
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