“As I pondered over these things which are written, the eyes of my understanding were opened, and the Spirit of the Lord rested upon me, and I saw the hosts of the dead, both small and great.” —Doctrine & Covenants 138:11
“[In the spirit world], all will love and praise God and the Lord Jesus Christ for the great plan of salvation and the blessing of the promised Resurrection when body and spirit will once again be reunited, never to be separated again.” —M. Russell Ballard
This Day in LDS History
1918: President Joseph F. Smith dies in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is eighty years old.
1972: The Santiago Chile Stake, the first stake in Chile, is organized.
1974: President Spencer W. Kimball dedicates the Washinton D.C. Temple.
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