“I would show unto the world that faith is things which are hoped for and not seen; wherefore, dispute not because ye see not, for ye receive no witness until after the trial of your faith.” —Ether 12:6
“In the same manner that the very small moon can block the magnificent sun, extinguishing its light and warmth, a spiritual eclipse can occur when we allow minor and troublesome obstructions—those we face in our daily lives—to get so close that they block out the magnitude, brightness, and warmth of the light of Jesus Christ and His gospel.” —Gary E. Stevenson
This Day in LDS History
1846: Seraph Young, a niece of Brigham Young and later the first woman to vote in the United States (1870), is born in Winter Quarters
1937: Lucy Grant Cannon is called to serve as the fourth general president of the Young Woman’s Mutual Improvement Association (predecessor to the Young Women Organization), with Helen Spencer William and Verna Wright Goddard as counselors.
1940: Dieter F. Uchtdorf, later a member of the first Quorum of the Seventy, is born in Ostrava Czechoslovakia.
1987: The Museum of Church History and Art in Salt Lake City opens its first international art exhibit.
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.