“Wherefore, he will bring them again out of captivity, and they shall be gathered together to the lands of their inheritance; and they shall be brought out of obscurity and out of darkness; and they shall know that the Lord is their Savior and their Redeemer, the Mighty One of Israel.” —1 Nephi 22:12
“I began to weep as I contemplated the perfect life and glorious sacrifice of the Redeemer of Israel—he who was born the friend of the lowly and hope of the meek. He is the Firstborn of the Father. He is the Holy One of Israel. He is the first fruits of the Resurrection. I testify that he lives.” —Bruce D. Porter
This Day in LDS History
1803: Harriet Page Wheeler Young, later one of three women in the original pioneer company of 1847, is born in Hillsboro, New Hampshire.
1905: Ivy Baker (Priest), later the treasurer of the United States, is born in Kimberly, Utah.
1927: Philo T. Farnsworth makes the first electronic television transmission at his laboratory in San Francisco, California.
1958: President David O. McKay dedicates the London England Temple.
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