Tuesday, November 21, 2017

More Important than Anything Else

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What did Sarah Studevant Leavitt, contemporary of Joseph Smith consider more important than anything else?
a.                  Religious freedom
b.                  Joseph Smith’s first vision and the appearance of Moroni
c.                   The Book of Mormon
d.                  The Nauvoo Temple

Yesterday’s answer:
(C)   Thomas Kane   
In 1846 Mormon Elder Jesse Little called on Judge John K. Kane in Philadelphia. Little was going to Washington to seek aid for the Mormon people in their long trek to Utah. Young Thomas Kane’s humanitarian interests at once caused him to decide to start west after he heard the Elder’s story, to help the unfortunate refugee’s then living temporarily on the banks of the Mississippi River. The practice of law was forgotten, at least for the time being.

Chronicles of Courage, Lesson Committee (Salt Lake City: Talon Printing, 1997), 8: 187.

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