Thursday, November 22, 2018

Joseph Smith Sr. 1835 Endowment

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Joseph Smith Sr.

In Kirtland in 1835, what did Joseph Smith Sr. endow?
a.                  Giving Elders the right to preach
b.                  Giving some sisters the right to bless and heal
c.                   Giving his son the right to act as President and Prophet of the Church
d.                  The youth to grow in righteouness
Yesterday’s answer:
A   A letter from William’s wife
From the life of William Rawlings Webb:   William went back to England in 1876 as a missionary. While there, he went to see his sister. At first she would not let him in because she thought he had come to gather young girls and talk them into going to America to live in polygamy. Finally, she wrote a letter to Martha [William’s wife] to find out the truth. After getting a letter back, she allowed William to visit her, but she would never join the Church. No one of either family ever joined.
International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Museum Memories (Talon Printing: Salt Lake City, 2011), 3: 246.

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