For all have not every gift given unto them; for there are many gifts, and to every man is given a gift by the Spirit of God. —Doctrine and Covenants 46:11
In the end, loving yourself is not about tooting your own horn or conforming to the world’s view of self-esteem. It’s about being who you are–a unique child of God–and knowing that who you are is a good thing. When you understand your eternal worth and you live in a way consistent with your divine heritage, you will gain a lasting self-esteem that is better than anything the world can offer. —Mindy Raye Friedman
This Day in LDS History
1956: Less than one month after the organization of the first branch in Peru, Elders Darwin Thomas, Edward T. Hall, Donald L. Hokanson, and Shirrel M. Plowman arrive to begin preaching the gospel among the people there.
1977: The Fargo North Dakota Stake, the first stake in North Dakota, is organized, with John R. Price as president.
1979: The BYU Young Ambassadors perform in the People’s Republic of China.
1988: The first branch in the African Republic of Sierra Leone is organized in Goderich.
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.