And that the gathering together upon the land of Zion, and upon her stakes, may be a refuge from the storm, and from wrath when it shall be poured out without mixture upon the whole earth. —Doctrine and Covenants 115:6
You, the noble youth of the Church, are my heroes. I love you. I feel Heavenly Father’s incredible love for you, and I bear you my testimony that the gospel of Jesus Christ is true. He is waiting, ready to buoy you up as you “stand in holy places, and be not moved.” —Ann M. Dibb
This Day in LDS History
1945: President Heber J. Grant dies in Salt Lake City, Utah, at age eighty-eight, having served for more than sixty-two years as a General Authority.
1972: The Tahiti Stake, the first stake in Tahiti is organized.
1998: Russia grants the Church formal recognition and issues a certificate allowing the Church to continue its missionary and humanitarian efforts in the country.