Lost Sermons - history.lds.org
Lost Sermons Hundreds of early Latter-day Saint sermons have remained unknown for more than a century because they were taken down in shorthand. Read excerpts from these previously unpublished sermons as transcribed by shorthand specialist LaJean Purcell Carruth.
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This effect is also seen in an undated, lost painting from circa 1925 that depicts the appearance of the angel Moroni to Joseph Smith. Conversion. Conversion. On June 10, 1924, Joseph Paul Vorst was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Brigham Young, October 6, 1867 - Church History Museum
President Brigham Young opened the meeting with a few brief remarks, after which "the Tabernacle choir" sang a hymn written for the occasion by Eliza R. Snow. Young then offered a prayer, dedicating the building for use. ... Learn more about our Lost Sermons ...
John Taylor, October 30, 1859 - history.lds.org
Excerpts from two sermons delivered by John Taylor on October 30, 1859, in the Old Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, recorded by George D. Watt.
Milo Andrus, July 17, 1853 - Church History Museum
Milo Andrus was nineteen years old when joined the Church in 1833. When he gave this sermon, he was thirty-nine years old and had been a member of Zion's Camp, served missions in Ohio, New York, and England, and led a company of two hundred across the plains to Salt Lake. On Being Called to Speak
Erastus Snow, February 20, 1853 - Church History Museum
Erastus Snow, February 20, 1853 Recollections of the Danish Mission and Teachings on Zion. Transcribed by LaJean Purcell Carruth 4 October 2013. ... But as I am called upon, I will endeavor to occupy the time to the best of my ability, according to the grace of God [which] shall be bestowed upon me—and I desire of my brethren and sisters ...
Elizabeth Sermon - history.lds.org
Elizabeth Sermon Journal Entry: Devils Gate. ... My faith was in my Heavenly Father. I never lost that faith in Him. It is as sweet today to trust and my prayer is, may I always trust Him. He is a friend that has never failed" (as quoted in Journal of the Trail, ed. Stwart E. Glzier and Robert S. Clark, ...
Wilford Woodruff, January 9, 1864 - Church History
Wilford Woodruff, January 9, 1864 Sermon to the Saints in Farmington. Transcribed by LaJean Purcell Carruth 1 March 2013. ... “ The kingdom of God is given… in all its glory, beauty, power, organization, priesthood, ordinances, and administration unto the children of men in our day and generation. I say it is one of greatest blessings ever ...
George D. Watt and the Journal of Discourses - lds.org
Watt’s records, in contrast to other fragmentary accounts of early sermons, were the first to provide full reports of general conference to Saints living outside Salt Lake City. These transcribed sermons provide irreplaceable insight into the Church’s pioneer period and capture valuable details that would have otherwise been lost.
“Out of Weakness He Shall Be Made Strong”
My theme tonight is the encouraging statement in that prophecy that “out of weakness, he shall be made strong.” How can “weakness” lead to strength? How did that happen for Joseph Smith? What does this mean for us today? 2. Though strong of body and character, Joseph Smith was weak by just about any other earthly measure.