“Seeing many things, but thou observest not; opening the ears, but he heareth not.” —Isaiah 42:20
“Another seemingly simple and perhaps underappreciated spiritual gift—the capacity of being “quick to observe”—is vitally important for you and for me in the world in which we do now and will yet live.” —David A. Bednar
This Day in LDS History
1867: The Deseret telegraph line opens in St. George, Utah, Connecting the Saints in southern Utah with Church headquarters in Salt Lake City.
1887: C. Meyer Zulick, governor of Arizona, signs into law a bill repealing the anti-Mormon ‘test oath’ in Arizona, which had barred man Arizona Saints from voting by requiring voters to swear they did not believe in or practice polygamy.
1959: BYU studies begins publishing faith-promoting works of LDS scholarship, including articles, essays, and poetry on a variety of subjects.
1998: The First Presidency renews the call for all Church members to be active in volunteer service and political, governmental, and community leadership.
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.