When Francis Lyman and others were called to serve a mission to the natives of eastern Utah, the missionaries ran into an old Chief that believed the Mormons could do what?
a. Translate ancient records
b. Make water run uphill
c. Turn water into wine
d. Beat his tribe in a game of baseball
From the life of Charles Sperry: It was a dry looking country we settled in. The land looked like it hadn’t been wet in twenty years. We went to work making adobe houses. All the adobes that we made were eighteen inches long, nine inches wide, and four inches thick. It was as much as a man wanted to do to lift one.
Chronicles of Courage, Lesson Committee (Salt Lake City: Talon Printing, 1997), 8: 60.