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Jesus Christ Appears Unto the Nephite People after his resurrection . The Savior established his church and taught the people his gospel. For two hundred years they lived in righteousness. They then started to fall into unbelief and finally destroyed their nation in war. - Arnold Friberg

In 1941, with the German occupation of Yugoslavia, Bishop Nikolai Velimirovich, together with Patriarch Gabriel Dozhich, was arrested and sentenced to imprisonment in the infamous Dachau Prison Camp in Germany. He spent two years in Dachau, witnessing and suffering some of the cruelest torture of human beings the world has ever known.

16th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 2008-To the present - now!

The Israeli diplomat and scholar Pinchas Lapide concluded his careful review of Pius XII's wartime activities with the following words: “The Catholic Church, under the pontificate of Pius XII, was instrumental in saving the lives of as many as 860,000 Jews from certain death at Nazi hands.” He went on to add that this “figure far exceeds those saved by all other Churches and rescue organizations combined.” After recounting statements of appreciation from a variety of preeminent Jewish…

God Divided The Light From The Darkness "And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness." Genesis 1:4 (NKJV) A believer has two principles at work within him. In his natural estate he was subject to one principle only, which was darkness; now light has entered, and the two principles disagree. Mark the apostle Paul's words in the seventh chapter of Romans: "I find then a law, that, when I would do good, evil is present with me. For I delight in the law…

In the first years of the disease Alexander begged God - through the intercession of Mary - the grace of healing. She promised him that when he recovers, will devote himself completely to missionary work. However, when for three years paralysis persisted, understand that this suffering is her vocation - and adopted it wholeheartedly.

historysquee: The Holy Crown - Hungarian Crown Jewels This is the Holy Crown of the Kingdom of Hungary. When Hungary was ruled by kings, almost every king was crowned with this crown. The crown was considered the most important thing to kingship, with those who were not crowned with it not being regarded as true kings. Several battles were fought, during periods when the crown was taken by the enemy, purely to have the crown returned to Hungary. The crown, in part, dates to Saint Stephen I…

"Letter to a Doubter" by Terryl L. Givens. Discusses 5 common doubts and affirms the value of questioning. Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture