“Wherefore, stand ye in holy places, and be not moved, until the day of the Lord come; for behold, it cometh quickly, saith the Lord.” —Doctrine & Covenants 87:8
“We must be vigilant in a world which has moved so far from that which is spiritual. It is essential that we reject anything that does not conform to our standards, refusing in the process to surrender that which we desire most: eternal life in the kingdom of God.” —Thomas S. Monson
This Day in LDS History
1898: Rudger Clawson is ordained an Apostle, replacing Lorenzo Snow, who had been called to the First Presidency.
1919: Belgium’s King Albert and Queen Elizabeth attend a recital on Temple Square to hear the Tabernacle Organ.
1920: Gail Halvorsen, later known as the ‘Candy Bomber’ for dropping sweets for children during the Berlin airlift (1949), is born in Salt Lake City, Utah
1963: Thomas S. Monson is ordained an Apostle, replacing N.Eldon Tanner, who had been called to the First Presidency.
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