Here’s your daily dose of what matters most! The world is filled with powerful people, but what truly makes someone a great leader? Serving others is the best way to become a leader to those around you.
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And it came to pass that they came many times against us, the Nephites, to battle. But our kings and our leaders were mighty men in the faith of the Lord; and they taught the people the ways of the Lord; wherefore, we withstood the Lamanites and swept them away out of our lands, and began to fortify our cities, or whatsoever place of our inheritance.—Jarom 1:7
In God’s kingdom, greatness and leadership means seeing others as they truly are—as God sees them—and then reaching out and ministering to them. It means rejoicing with those who are happy, weeping with those who grieve, lifting up those in distress, and loving our neighbor as Christ loves us.– Dieter F. Uchtdorf
This Day in Church History
1829: Joseph Smith completes the translation of the Book of Mormon.
1857: Martha Maria Hughes (Cannon), later a women’s right activist, medical school graduate, and the first woman in the United States to be elected to a state senate (Utah), is born in Llandudno, Wales.
1919: The Canadian Mission is organized.
1971: Henry B. Eyring is appointed tenth president of Ricks College.
Daily Question – Answer in the Comments
When have you felt blessed because of your understanding of the plan of salvation?