“Nevertheless, the Lord God showeth us our weakness that we may know that it is by his grace, and his great condescensions unto the children of men, that we have power to do these things.” —Jacob 4:7
“While we are grateful for second chances following mistakes, or failures of the mind, we stand all amazed at the Savior’s grace in giving us second chances in overcoming sin, or failures of the heart.” —Lynn G. Robbins
This Day in LDS History
1912: Joseph F. Merrill, a member of the stake presidency and board of education of the Granite Stake, announces that the first seminary program will be established during the coming academic year at Granite High School in Salt Lake City.
1983: President Thomas S. Monson of the First Presidency breaks ground for the Freiberg Germany Temple, the first temple to be built in an Eastern European country.
1993: Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Twelve dedicates Albania for missionary work.
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