Monday, July 9, 2012

The Land was dedicated, then rededicated, and rededicated again . . .



The Land was dedicated, then rededicated, and rededicated again . . .

Which land has been dedicated the most? How many times?

A)                 Palestine- 11 times

B)                 England- 4 times

C)                 United States- 7 times

D)                 East Germany- 9 times



Yesterday’s answer:

(B) A pillar of light

            As told by early Church member Philo Dibble:

   “I will here observe that about the time of which I write, there were many signs and wonders seen in the heavens above and in the earth beneath in the region of Kirtland, both by Saints and strangers. A pillar of light was seen every evening for more than a month hovering over the place where we did our baptizing. One evening also, as Brother William Blakesley and I were returning home from meeting, we observed that it was unusually light, even for moonlight; but, on reflection, we found the moon was not to be seen that night. Although it was cloudy, it was as light as noonday, and we could seemingly see a tree farther that night than we could in the day time.”

“Early Scenes in Church History,” Four Faith Promoting Classics, Philo Dibble Autobiography (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1968), 74-96.

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