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The Lord Shall Fight For You | 29 December 2020

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The Lord shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace.—Exodus 14:14

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In this work there must be commitment. There must be devotion. We are engaged in a great eternal struggle that concerns the very souls of the sons and daughters of God. We are not losing. We are winning. We will continue to win if we will be faithful and true. We can do it. We must do it. We will do it. There is nothing the Lord has asked of us that in faith we cannot accomplish.Gordon B. Hinckley

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1833: Wilford Woodruff begins recording early Latter-day Saint history in his diary for the first time. In these diaries, he would record the daily events of the Church for some 65 years.
1934: The Church announces a new schedule for Aaronic Priesthood advancement.

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