Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Breaking Down the Day

Brigham Young believed a 24-hour day should be broken down in what way?
a.                  8 hours sleep, 8 hours work, 8 hours recreation
b.                  8 hours sleep, 12 hours work, 4 hours recreation
c.                   6 hours sleep, 12 hours work, 6 hours recreation
d.                  6 hours sleep, 10 hours work, 8 hours recreation
Yesterday’s answer:
(D)   Wilford Woodruff
The following from Wilford Woodruff:
   “I seldom ever heard Brother Joseph or the Twelve preach or teach any principle but what I felt as uneasy as a fish out of water until I had written it. Then I felt right. I could write a sermon of Joseph’s a week after it was delivered almost word for word, and after it was written, it was taken from me or from my mind. This was a gift from God unto me, and I have kept a journal of almost every day of my life for the last twenty-four years.”

Daughter of Utah Pioneers, Chronicle of Courage (Salt Lake City: Utah Printing Company, 1991), 2:93-94.

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