“Therefore, I would that ye should be steadfast and immovable, always abounding in good works, that Christ, the Lord God Omnipotent, may seal you his, that you may be brought to heaven, that ye may have everlasting salvation and eternal life.” – Mosiah 5:15
“Fortifying children to become sin-resistant is a task and a blessing for parents, grandparents, family members, teachers, and leaders. We each bear responsibility to help. Understanding the doctrine of repentance is essential for becoming resistant to sin. Being sin-resistant doesn’t mean being sinless, but it does imply being continually repentant, vigilant, and valiant.” – Joy D. Jones
This Day in LDS History
1828: Helen Mar Kimball (Whitney), later an important author and writer, is born in Mendon, New York.
1847: The choir that would later become the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sings at a special conference held in the Salt Lake Valley. During this same conference, the Saints choose the name “Great Salt Lake City” for the city they are building and name the river running north and south through the valley the Jordan River.
1987: John Tarnsoh, the first convert in the Church in the southwest African country of Liberia, is baptized.
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