Tuesday, November 12, 2013

What about the Side Walks?

You generally know when you are in an LDS community. Usually the grid system and the width of the streets gives it away. How about the sidewalks, how wide were they?

a.      4 feet wide

b.      20 feet wide

c.       6 feet wide

d.      12 feet wide

Yesterday’s answer:

C   The Priesthood

During Brigham Young’s presidency, Melchizedek Priesthood men handled almost all Aaronic Priesthood work in Utah, doing “double duty” by acting in both priesthoods. One older man who was a seventy served as an acting priest in one ward and an acting teacher in two wards and was in the stake’s deacon’s quorum presidency. Another man, an elder, was also both an acting deacon and an acting teacher. Bishop Hunter often exhorted priesthood men to “magnify both priesthoods.” The statement “I was an Elder before I was a deacon” was easily understood during the pioneer period.

Nearly Everything Imaginable, Walker, Ronald W., Doris R. Dant ed., (Provo, Utah: BYU Press, 1999), 261


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