“For all things must be done in order, and by common consent in the church, by the prayer of faith.” —Doctrine & Covenants 28:13
“As each of our beloved prophets has passed on, it is only natural to feel a sense of sorrow and loss. But our sadness is tempered by the joy and hope that come as we experience one of the great blessings of the Restoration: the calling and sustaining of a living prophet on the earth.” —Gary E. Stevenson
This Day in LDS History
1813: Orrin Porter Rockwell, later a bodyguard of Joseph Smith and Church folk hero, is born in Belcher, Massachusetts.
1830: Emma Smith, Joseph and Polly Knight, and twelve others are baptized in Colesville, New York.
1953: The Butte Stake, the first stake in Montana, is organized, with Edgar T. Henderson as president.
1978: President Spencer W. Kimball dedicates the Monument to Women at the Nauvoo Visitors’ Center.
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