Without Guile | 26 May 2017

Scripture

“Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.” – Matthew 5:8

Quote

“To beguile is to deceive or lead astray. … A person without guile is a person of innocence, honest intent, and pure motives, whose life reflects the simple practice of conforming his [or her] daily actions to principles of integrity.” Joseph B. Wirthlin

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This Day in LDS History

1847: The first company of pioneers arrives at a point directly north of Chimney Rock, a distinctive landmark on the journey to Zion.
1962: Ground is broken for the Oakland California Temple by President David O. McKay.
1991: The San Francisco de Macoris Dominican Republic Stake, the eighteen thousandth stake of the Church, is organized.
1996: The Hong Kong Temple is dedicated by President Gordon B. Hinckley.

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