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When William Acquah’s family pressured him to separate from the Church, he politely told them, “I know why I am a member.” Listen to his inspiring experience. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4t7q0
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On the morning of June 24, 1844, Hyrum Smith read from this copy of the Book of Mormon before leaving Nauvoo with his brother Joseph for Carthage, Illinois. After reading what is today Ether 12:36–38, Hyrum turned down the top left corner of the page. The crease is still visible. http://bit.ly/1YxuwjE
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Its good to know but...where his plaque?????
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During the turmoil at Carthage Jail, John Taylor was immobilized by a shot in the thigh. As he was about to fall out of the window, he felt an unknown force push him back inside. Some credit this to a bullet, from an attacker outside the jail, that hit his pocket watch; other theories provide different possible explanations. But whatever pushed or pulled John Taylor out of harm's way, this watch stands as a testament of God's intent to preserve the future prophet's life. http://bit.ly/28QbbV5
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+Wonnie LUH GOTTIS it is, and it's sad to see how the 3rd part of the world missed out on it.
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The angel #Moroni usually sits atop #temples, but do you know which chapel had one too?

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Washington DC....the blaxk horse means power of the universe



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Four generations of the Wilford Woodruff family. #HappyFathersDay!
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#OnThisDay in 1844, Joseph and Hyrum Smith were murdered at Carthage Jail. 172 years later, the words of John Taylor still ring true:

"They lived for glory; they died for glory; and glory is their eternal reward. From age to age shall their names go down to posterity as gems for the sanctified" (D&C 135:6).

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That's very sad :(
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Did you know Zion's Camp was funded by its members? Learn a few more facts about this soul stretching experience. http://bit.ly/28PNmRV
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Listen to the story of how some unjustly imprisoned Ghanaian Saints influenced their fellow inmates. Have you ever made a connection in an unlikely place? http://bit.ly/28QqDlK
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The much anticipated Council of Fifty Minutes from the Joseph Smith Papers project will be available in 89 days! Pre-order your copy today: http://bit.ly/28EIPXW
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The Joseph Smith Papers is funded in large part by the generosity of the Miller Family Foundation. In their own words, Larry and Gail Miller tell interviewers how they became involved in the project. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4rqh3
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Hello n happy fathers day too all
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John Buah recalls a frightening experience in which the head of the Ghanaian Bureau of Investigation arrived at the LDS mission home. Take a look. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4reec
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The Church History Library will be closing this fall for some renovations. To learn more about how this will alter our services, check out this page. http://bit.ly/1OSywUf
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