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Lost Sermons - Church History
Lost Sermons Hundreds of early Latter-day Saint sermons have remained unknown for more than a century because they were taken down in shorthand. Read excerpts from these previously unpublished sermons as transcribed by shorthand specialist LaJean Purcell Carruth.
Lost Sermons Introduction and Explanation - Church History
The Lost Sermons series on history.lds.org features excerpts from these recently transcribed sermons, punctuated to improve readability. The full transcriptions are made available to researchers via a link to the Church History Catalog website at the bottom of each sermon. Additional sermons will be made available regularly.
Deciphering Shorthand - Church History
George D. Watts developed a shorthand method that allowed him to capture sermons word for word; deciphering his code has unlocked a trove of early sermons.
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Sermons during a Trip to the Southern Settlements. ... Museum Store Online Art Gallery | Church History Museum “Christ in the Temple as a Youth,” by Grant Romney Clawson.
Brigham Young, October 6, 1867 - Church History Museum
O God our Heavenly Father, who dwells in the heavens, in the name of thy Son Jesus Christ we come before thee at this time to worship thee on this occasion. We ask for the aid of thy holy spirit to teach us how to pray, what we should ask for, [and] how to ask that we may receive.
Brigham Young, September 23, 1852 - Church History
Sermon at the Funeral of Mary Fielding Smith Transcribed by LaJean Purcell Carruth 28 April 2013 The transcription begins with the following explanation of the setting for this address: “September 23, a company of friends met at President Kimball's to perform their last duties to Sister Mary Smith who departed this life on Wednesday 22 instant at half past 5 p.m. President Young present.
Orson Pratt, June 20, 1852 - Church History Museum
Hav[ing] pureness of heart, conscience before God will produce cheerfulness, gladness, joy. And sorrow and mourning will flee away. Being Joyful [It is] just as much our privilege to have joy [and] consolation in the Holy Ghost and to be filled to overflowing with rejoicing. ... Let’s then if we are pure in heart rejoice before God.
Lorenzo Snow, April 4, 1866 - Church History Museum
He exhibited this principle unto God his Father, unto angels, unto all generations, that the law of God should be honored [and] could be fulfilled here upon the earth. He is our copy. He is the individual set before us that we are to copy after, and if we ever expect and anticipate receiving that [which it] is our privilege to receive, we have to conform to this copy.
Erastus Snow, February 20, 1853 - Church History Museum
Lost Sermons Introduction and Explanation. Where They Came From, What They Are. Erastus Snow, February 20, 1853. Recollections of the Danish Mission and Teachings on Zion. Related Resources. Deciphering Shorthand. Shorthand Specialist Unlocks a Trove of Early Sermons. Parley P. Pratt, October 31, 1852.