Saturday, January 13, 2018

The 1853 Mission to South Africa

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The missionaries sent to South Africa were sent to proselyte to whom?
a.                  People of European descent
b.                  Whites of African descent
c.                   Negros of African descent
d.                  Negros of American descent
Yesterday’s answer:
(A)                 George Q. Cannon
George Q. Cannon acknowledged that the Lord brought him out of obscurity to be an instrument in the Lord’s hands to accomplish great things.
“When I look back at my life it seems very marvelous what the Lord has done for me. From the deepest obscurity, from the midst of a population which teems in my native place, I have been brought forward until to-day I am the most widely-advertised man in many respects in the United States. (January 11, 1882).

Richard Dilworth Rust, “The Online Journal of George Q. Cannon, BYU Studies, Vol. 55, 2016, 38.

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