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The Church History Museum recently launched a new online art exhibit titled "'Behold My Beloved Son:' The Savior in the Americas." This exhibit features artwork portraying Jesus Christ's appearance to the people in the Western Hemisphere as recorded in the #BookOfMormon. http://bit.ly/2bMV3Yh
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This circa 1851 drawing inspired the Utah State Capitol building, although it was drawn for a capitol building in Fillmore, Utah. http://bit.ly/2bcfTjE
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As you flip through these sketches you’ll be able to see how much detail and thought went into designing the Beehive House. Most of these were created by hand in 1853—long before the convenience of a computer! http://bit.ly/2c02KNw

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Its good too know...updated it..nice post
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The Johannesburg South Africa Temple was dedicated #onthisday in 1985 by President #GordonBHinckley. http://bit.ly/2bcazNp
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Yeah he said that the ♡♡♡☆☆☆
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Philadelphia is home to some of the most momentous events in early American history. It witnessed the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the founding of the first American abolition society, and the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. But how much do you know about Mormon history in the city of "Brotherly Love?" http://bit.ly/2b2zshi
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Shortly after the Church’s first conference in June 1830, the Prophet Joseph Smith called his brother Samuel to preach the gospel in the towns around Palmyra, New York. Unlike modern missionaries, Samuel served alone and had no training but his own experience. He carried several copies of the newly printed Book of Mormon, including this copy in the Church History Museum collection, which he tried to sell to any who would listen. Learn more of his remarkable missionary efforts: http://bit.ly/2b3QhaN
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That is a good history!
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In 1845, Parley P. Pratt wrote this letter to his cousins telling them about the growth of the Church in Philadelphia: “I had some good meetings in Philadelphia, the Church is increasing in numbers and in union in that city and new members are added every week.” Those members would be thrilled to see a temple in their city today. http://bit.ly/2bFQ1uq
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#OnThisDay in 1923, President Heber J. Grant dedicated the Cardston Alberta Temple. This photograph was taken sometime after the dedication that day. President Grant is seated on the front row. http://bit.ly/2bFr2tp
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Not sure what you’re looking at? Today’s #TBT features the landscape plan for Temple Square, drawn circa 1862. While some of the pencil markings are faded, if you look closely you can see where “Temple” and “Tabernacle” were written. http://bit.ly/2bcQraw
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“I told the brethren that the Book of Mormon was the most correct of any book on earth, and the keystone of our religion, and a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts, than by any other book." http://bit.ly/2b3o0Rl
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I love reading the Book Of Mormon and the Holy Bible :)
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It's easy to overlook this tiny gold bead among the larger artifacts in the Church History Museum, but the story connected to it is powerful. In 1830, a man came to the home of Joseph Smith's parents demanding Joseph Smith Sr. to pay a debt of $14. Father Smith told the man that he could only pay him $6 at the moment, but that he would pay the rest when he could. The man refused the proposal, but offered to forgive the debt if the Smith's would burn all the copies of the Book of Mormon that were within the home. Joseph Sr. refused.“Very well,” the man replied, “thee shall go to jail then.” At this point, fearing for her husband, Lucy stepped in and took the gold beads from her neck, saying, “These beads are the full value of the remainder of the debt— . . . I beg of you to take these and be satisfied." Learn more: http://bit.ly/1Prg85c
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Its a lot of the past history coming to the light .....im just too deep in the spirit game ...in for life
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When a governmental “freeze” on Church meetings left Ghanaian Saints with little religious structure to hold on to, Elizabeth Kissi relied on scripture study for strength. What scripture do you turn to when nothing else in your life seems secure? http://bit.ly/28Mzxmt

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It alrite cause the holy spirit is all around ...may peace n grace be with all.
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