The Printer's Manuscript of the Book of Mormon made by Oliver Cowdery and Hyrum Smith between April, 1829 and January 1830, to be used by E.B. Grandin's typesetters in printing the book is a complete copy of the scriptural text. However, the Original Manuscript, which was handwritten as it was dictated by the Prophet Joseph Smith exists only in fragments. Here's why.
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Among the many things that Moroni said to Joseph Smith during the night of 21 September 1823, as the Prophet later recalled, was “that my name should be had for good and evil among all nations, kindreds, and tongues, or that it should be both good and evil spoken of among all people”. But there was another name that the Lord said would be remembered.
Come, Follow Me for Sunday School: “It Is Thy House, a Place of Thy Holiness”, Doctrine and Covenants 109–110
One of the often-used skills in scripture study is to put yourself in the shoes of those who walked and lived the actual stories you read. So, what would it have been like to sit in the Kirtland Temple the day it was dedicated?
For those who know Jesus Christ and His ways, we know that His kindness is paramount. Children often experience this force of love that only He can give. To them, it comes as naturally as a sunrise. I’d like to share three profound experiences where children have witnessed that amazing love first hand…
A global effort to digitize FamilySearch’s collection of millions of rolls of microfilm is now complete — a milestone 83 years in the making, the Church announced Tuesday, Sept. 21.
Sometimes we use the Band-Aid approach instead of treating the cause.
As cases of COVID-19 increase in many areas, we want to do everything possible to allow temples to remain open. Therefore, effective immediately, all temple patrons and workers are asked to wear face masks at all times while in the temple.