Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! The star was a sign of the Savior’s birth to the people in the Americas and it guided the Wisemen to Christ. For us, the star can represent the light of Christ to lead us spiritually along the path back to Him.
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And behold, there shall a new star arise, such an one as ye never have beheld; and this also shall be a sign unto you.—Helman 14:5
As the Christmas season envelops us with all its glory, may we, as did the Wise Men, seek a bright, particular star to guide us in our celebration of the Savior’s birth. May we all make the journey to Bethlehem in spirit, taking with us a tender, caring heart as our gift to the Savior.–Thomas S. Monson
This Day in Church History
1845: The Welsh Mission is organized.
1896: The Colorado Mission is organized.
1979: In preparation for the 1980 Winter Olympics, a temporary LDS visitors’ center is opened at Lake Placid, New York.
1992: The First Presidency announces an effort sponsored by the Relief Society to raise literacy rates in the Church worldwide.
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
How can you be guided by the light of Christ?