And Alma and his people did not raise their voices to the Lord their God, but did pour out their hearts to him; and he did know the thoughts of their hearts.—Mosiah 24:12
The result of sacrificing our heart, or our will, to the Lord is that we receive the spiritual guidance we need.—Neill F. Marriott
This Day in LDS History
1814: William Clayton, later secretary to Joseph Smith and hymn composer (“Come, Come, Ye Saints”), is born in Penwortham, England.
1894: U.S. President Grover Cleveland signs the Utah Statehood Bill, authorizing Utah to hold a constitutional convention.
1956: Lloyd D. Newell, later the voice for Music and the Spoken Word, is born in Provo, Utah.
1992: U.S. President George Bush meets with the First Presidency and members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and in the evening makes a surprise appearance at the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s concert on Temple Square.