Tag Archives: Wilford Woodruff

Another LDS Hellfire and Brimstone Prophecy that didn’t Come to Pass

05 December

Wilford Woodruff Journal Selections, p. 87; “Dec 25,1879 – Stake Conference in Snowflake, Arizona, “Wilford Woodruff said, he did not believe that any person who lived to see 1890 would be able to see any United States, for he believed the Union would be broken by that time.”” Ephesians 4:14; “That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to […]

False Polygamy Revelations of Wilford Woodruff

09 August

May 1888 New Mormon History Database; “At the dedication of the Manti temple, Wilford Woodruff says, “We are not going to stop the practice of plural marriage until the Coming of the Son of Man.” … While in the temple, Woodruff “Consecrated upon the Altar the [brown] seers Stone that Joseph Smith found by Revelation some […]

Joe Smith Fulfilled More Prophecy than Entire World Combined

23 March

Doctrine and Covenants Student Manual, Section 35, pp. 71-72; “D&C 35:17–19. “I Have Sent Forth the Gospel by the Hand of My Servant Joseph” Elder Wilford Woodruff taught clearly how the Prophet Joseph Smith fulfilled the great prophecies of the Restoration: “Here is laid the foundation of the fulfillment of that mighty flood of prophecy […]

Effects of Mormon Reformation: Everyone 14 and Older Was Married

27 December

Divorce Among Mormon Polygamists: Extent and Explanations, p. 9; “An interesting glimpse of this period is provided by a letter from Wilford Woodruff to George A. Smith in April 1857: We have had a great reformation this winter; some of the fruits are: all have confessed their sins either great or small, restored their stolen […]

Lies of Wilford Woodruff in the St. George Temple

08 September

Nothing in Mormonism is simple. Every subject matter is invariably linked to something else of major import, and thus it is with my discovery today. While retrieving info for a future article on Wilford Woodruff, Mormonism’s 4thpresident/prophet, I came across the quote I was looking for in a speech Mr. Woodruff made on posthumous baptisms […]