Friday, October 4, 2019

A Book of Mormon Translation for Utah Use Only

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Into what alphabet was the Book of Mormon translated for use in Utah only?
a.                  The Danish alphabet
b.                  The Welsh alphabet
c.                   The Hebrew alphabet
d.                  The Deseret alphabet
Yesterday’s answer:
B   Joseph Sr. had dreams that pointed him to the Church
From the life of Joseph Smith Sr.:  Four years later, when Joseph Jr. began having the visions and revelations that led to the restoration of the gospel, his father believed him immediately and devoted himself to the new kingdom. A descendant of Father Smith characterized this relationship in these words: “Father Smith never sought prominence over the Prophet. Rather, he humbly followed the Prophet’s lead in all things pertaining to the kingdom of God. . . . Thiers was a father-son relationship in which the son was greater than the father, yet the father was, in every sense, a worthy sire to such a noble son.” A man of deep spirituality, Joseph Smith Sr. had earlier received dreams and inspirations, which he later recognized as being fulfilled in the work of his son.
Flake, Lawrence R., Prophets and Apostles of the Last Dispensation, (Provo, Utah: Religious Study Center, Brigham Young University, 2001), 308.

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