Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The Test of Time


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What was installed at the turn of the century in Iosepa, Utah that almost lasted the entire century?
a.                  Street lights
b.                  Fire hydrants
c.                   Traffic lights
d.                  The town clock
Yesterday’s answer:
A   48
Brigham Young testified in 1852, “I know for myself that Joseph Smith was the subject of forty-eight law-suits, and the most of them I witnessed with my own eyes; but not one action could ever be made to bear against him.” George A. Smith, Joseph Smith’s cousin and the official Church historian between 1854 and 1871, said that Joseph had been subjected to “about fifty vexatious law suits” during his fifteen-year ministry.
Joseph I. Bentley, “Road to Martyrdom-Joseph Smith’s Lake Legal Cases,” BYU Studies, Vol. 55, No. 2, Note 2, 9.

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