For it is required of the Lord, at the hand of every steward, to render an account of his stewardship, both in time and in eternity. For he who is faithful and wise in time is accounted worthy to inherit the mansions prepared for him of my Father.—Doctrine and Covenants 72:3-4
We live in perilous times when many believe we are not accountable to God and that we do not have personal responsibility or stewardship for ourselves or others. Many in the world are focused on self-gratification, put themselves first, and love pleasure more than they love righteousness. They do not believe they are their brother’s keeper. In the Church, however, we believe that these stewardships are a sacred trust.—Quentin L. Cook
This Day in LDS History
1836: Joseph Smith dedicates the Kirtland Temple, the first temple completed in this dispensation.
1910: Hugh W. Nibley, a renowned educator, linguist, and author, is born in Portland, Oregon.
1960: The Sydney and Manchester Stakes, the first in Australia and England, are organized.
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