Journal of Discourses 5:291; “Do the women, when they pray, remember their husbands? Do you pray for brother Brigham? Yes, you should always pray for him. But when you pray for him, do you pray also for your own husband, that he may have the inspiration of the Almighty to lead and govern his family as the lord? Do you uphold your husband before God as your lord? “What!—my husband to be my lord?” I ask, Can you get into the celestial kingdom without him? Have any of you been there? You will remember that you never got into the celestial kingdom without the aid of your husband. If you did, it was because your husband was away, and some one had to act proxy for him. No woman will get into the celestial kingdom, except her husband receives her, if she is worthy to have a husband; and if not, somebody will receive her as a servant.” – Erastus Snow, Salt Lake City, October 4, 1857
Acts 28:28; “Be it known therefore unto you, that the salvation of God is sent unto the Gentiles, and that they will hear it.”
In the world of Mormonism it is a sad day indeed if you’re not married or even if you are married. If you’re not married you’re a servant. If you are married you serve your husband.