Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! Throughout our life, we will make many covenants with God. If we do our part to keep these covenants God will always keep his promise to us. Making and keeping covenants with God can increase our spiritual power and give us strength through trials.
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But blessed are they who have kept the covenant and observed the commandment, for they shall obtain mercy.—Doctrine & Covenants 54:6
Covenants are promises we make to the Lord. They are extremely sacred in nature. The most important thing we can do in this life is to keep the promises or covenants we have made with the Lord. When we keep our promises to the Lord, He allows us to progress spiritually.– Richard J. Maynes
This Day in Church History
1852: Workers start constructing a wall around Temple Square in Salt Lake City. Temple construction will begin in April 1853.
1910: During his second trip to Europe, President Joseph F. Smith meets with Saints in Denmark, becoming the first Church President in that country.
1945: Christine Meader (Durham), later the first Latter-day Saint woman and the first woman in Utah to be appointed as a state supreme court justice (1982), is born in Los Angeles, California.
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
How have you been blessed by keeping your covenants?