Sunday, March 13, 2016

They Determined their Worthiness

St. George Temple
At the time of the St. George Temple dedication, who determined the worthiness of those that could enter?
a.                  Bishops
b.                  Stake Presidents
c.                   Doorkeepers and ushers
d.                  The Quorum of the Twelve
Yesterday’s answer:
a.      Wrestling
Joseph Smith Sr. was described as “six feet, two inches high . . . very straight, and remarkably well proportioned. . . . He was very strong and active. In his younger days he was famed as a wrestler, and, Jacob like, he never wrestled with but one man whom he could not throw.”

Scot Facer Proctor, Witness of the Light (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1991), 22.

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