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Your Daily Dose of LDS Inspiration! | October 21, 2016

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“And it came to pass that my father, Lehi, also found upon the plates of brass a genealogy of his fathers; wherefore he knew that he was a descendant of Joseph; yea, even that Joseph who was the son of Jacob, who wassold into Egypt, and who was preserved by the hand of the Lord, that he might preserve his father, Jacob, and all his household from perishing with famine.” 1 Nephi 5:14

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“People become more real and relevant in our lives when we know their stories. Stories are a powerful means to convert a lifeless name to a living personality. They are an important part of finding in the family history process. ” Tad R. Callister

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This Day in LDS History

1848: At a conference held at Kanesville, Iowa, Oliver Cowdery recounts his involvement with the Saints in the early years of the Church and bears testimony of the Book of Mormon and of the leadership of the Twelve Apostles following the death of Joseph Smith. This was the first time he had spoken to a Church congregation since his excommunication in April 1838. He is rebaptized nine days later.
1855: The first branch in Germany is organized in Dresden, with Karl G. Maeser as president.
1878: Rafael Monroy, an early Mexican Church leader who was martyred for refusing to deny his testimony during the Mexican Revolution (1915), is born in Octopam, Mexico.
1926: Chieko Nishimura (Okazaki), later a well-known speaker, author, and the first non-Caucasian female general Church officer, is born in Kohala, Hawaii.

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Natalie Bruce
Natalie is a graduate of Brigham Young Unversity, where she studied Communications and Editing. She is passionate about the Northern California coast, reading biographies, and the Oxford comma.
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