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‘Out of Weakness He Shall Be Made Strong’

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‘Out of Weakness He Shall Be Made Strong’

70th Annual Joseph Smith Memorial Devotional

Address given by Elder Marcus B. Nash on February 10, 2013 at the LDS Institute of Religion in Logan, Utah.

Heber C. Kimball, October 7, 1853

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Heber C. Kimball, October 7, 1853

Sermon on the Trials of the Pioneers

Excerpts from an address by Heber C. Kimball on October 7, 1853 in Salt Lake City, recorded by George D. Watt.

Milo Andrus, July 17, 1853

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Milo Andrus, July 17, 1853

Including His Testimony of the First Vision

Parley P. Pratt, October 31, 1852

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Parley P. Pratt, October 31, 1852

Report of His Mission to Chile

Excerpts from an address by Parley P. Pratt on October 31, 1852, in Salt Lake City, recorded by George D. Watt.

Erastus Snow, February 20, 1853

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Erastus Snow, February 20, 1853

Recollections of the Danish Mission and Teachings on Zion

Lorenzo Snow, April 4, 1866

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Lorenzo Snow, April 4, 1866

Sermon on Our Divine Potential

Excerpts from an address Lorenzo Snow, delivered April 4, 1866, in Salt Lake City, recorded by George D. Watt.

The Faith and Fall of Thomas Marsh

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The Faith and Fall of Thomas Marsh

D&C 31, 112

Thomas B. Marsh was the first president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles before dissensions cost him two decades of Church membership.

Within the Walls of Liberty Jail

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Within the Walls of Liberty Jail

D&C 121, 122, 123

Joseph Smith's letter to the saints from Liberty Jail contains three current sections of the Doctrine and Covenants.

Wilford Woodruff, January 9, 1864

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Wilford Woodruff, January 9, 1864

Sermon to the Saints in Farmington

Address given by Wilford Woodruff on January 9, 1864 in Farmington, Utah, recorded by George D. Watt.

A Tabernacle in the Wilderness

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A Tabernacle in the Wilderness

The History of the Alberta Stake Tabernacle

Completed in 1912, the old Alberta Stake Tabernacle served the religious and civic needs of Cardston and neighboring communities for more than forty years.

The Knight and Whitmer Families

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The Knight and Whitmer Families

D&C 12, 14, 15, 16

The Knight and Whitmer families were key early supporters of the Book of Mormon translation. These revelations were given to clarify their roles in the restoration.

Canada's Brigham Young

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Canada's Brigham Young

The Life of Charles O. Card

In 1886, Charles O. Card set out to find a new home for himself and his family. Through his faith, industry, and fatherly influence, he pioneered several early Mormon settlements in Southern Alberta, including Cardston.