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Joseph F. Smith’s Vision

Prophet Joseph F. Smith was the sixth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. At the end of his life he was very sick, and he the veil was very thin for him. A couple months before his death he had a dream, or a vision, about what between the death of […]

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History of Emma Smith’s Hymn Book

Emma Smith, the wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith, was known for being highly intelligent, kind, giving and very capable. In the 1800’s women had few rights in society and were not allowed to vote in any elections. Although, it was common for women to excluded from important meetings and decision, this was not the […]

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Prophet’s Graves at the Salt Lake City Cemetery

If you find yourself in Salt Lake City with a couple hours to spare, take some time to check out the Salt Lake City Cemetery. It feels like you are surrounded by history everywhere in the cemetery. Get the maps and look for the prophets grave stones and while looking for the prophets gravestones, look […]

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Get to know President Gordon B. Hinckley

Gordon B. Hinckley is the fifteenth Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. President Hinckley was born in Salt Lake City Utah to Bryant Stringham Hinckley and Ada Bitner Hinckley on 23 of June 1910. When Gordon B. Hinckley was young, he was very sick. When he was two years old he […]

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Prophet George Albert Smith

George Albert Smith was born in 1870 to John Henry Smith and Sarah Farr Smith in Salt Lake City Utah. George Albert Smith was the fourth generation of his family to serve as a General Authority! He and his father, John Henry Smith, served in the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles at the same time! […]

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Emmeline B. Wells Seeing the Savior

Emmeline B. Wells was a powerhouse for women in the early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints(you can read more about Emmeline here). She was a writer, an editor and later in life she became the General Relief Society President. This excerpt came from an interview Emmeline did with Ethel C. […]

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“Who’s on the Lord’s Side?” By Hannah Last Cornaby

The beloved Hymn “Who’s on the Lord’s side” was written by the pioneer woman, Hannah Last Cornaby. Hannah lived an extraordinary life with the struggles, heartaches, with happiness and even miracles. Hannah was able to see the Lords hand through her hardships. She was able to have patience in her sufferings and teach people how […]

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Get to know President Heber J. Grant

Heber J. Grant was the 7th Prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Heber was the first prophet of the Church to be born in Utah. He was born in Salt Lake City on November 22, 1856 to Jedediah Morgan Grant and Rachel Ridgeway Ivins Grant. Heber’s father was a counselor to […]

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Harry S. Truman and the Latter-Day Saints

If you travel to Jackson County Missouri you can stop at the Jackson County Courthouse, also known as the Truman Courthouse for Harry S. Truman the 33rd President of the United States. He served as President of the United States from 1945 to 1953. In the court house you are able see the offices President […]

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Lorenzo Snow Seeing Christ in the Salt Lake Temple

Lorenzo Snow was the president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, when the Prophet Wilford Woodruff's health was declining. Lorenzo was anxious about taking on the responsibility of being the Prophet. Lorenzo pled with the Lord to lengthen the life of Wilford Woodruff. Hoping to get an answer to his prayer Lorenzo went to […]

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