Tag Archives: joseph smith

Joseph Smith to Have Dominion Over All

19 July

History of the Church 5:401 “I am like a huge, rough stone rolling down from a high mountain; and the only polishing I get is when some corner gets rubbed off by coming in contact with something else, striking with accelerated force against religious bigotry, priestcraft, lawyer-craft, doctor-craft, lying editors, suborned judges and jurors, and the […]

Joseph Smith’s ‘Communications with the Dead’

05 June

Journal of Discourses 2:44 “Who revealed to him [Joseph Smith] the plan of redemption, and of exaltation for the dead who had died without the Gospel? and the keys and preparations necessary for holy and perpetual converse with Jesus Christ, and with the spirits of just men made perfect, and with the general assembly and Church […]

Original 12 LDS Apostles

22 May

Just a simple reminder of how Joe Smith’s church began in 1830. This was originally posted July 2015. History of the Church 6:73, 78; “Letter to James Arlington Bennett, Nauvoo, Illinois, November 13, 1843…I combat the errors of ages; I meet the violence of mobs; I cope with illegal proceedings from executive authority; I cut the Gordian […]

Joseph Smith’s Secret Marriages

15 May

Proverbs 24:28 “Be not a witness against thy neighbour without cause; And deceive not with thy lips.” TodayinMormonHistory.com; “175 years ago today – May 11, 1843 — Joseph Smith marries Emily and Eliza Partridge, youthful daughters of deceased church bishop Edward Partridge. They have been living in Joseph’s house as housekeepers and nannies. This is a second ceremony done […]