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Twenty-Seven Uncovered Gems from Church History

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Truths that had been kept hidden for millennia were again brought back. Ordinances that were once practiced but had been lost were again restored, along with the necessary authority to properly administer these ordinances. ‘Why?,’ you ask? Because the fulness of the gospel is not meant for everyone. Even of those who join the Church, there are varying degrees of commitment to the gospel truths. To protect those who are mediocre in their commitments, some of these truths have again been hidden from the eyes of not only the world but general Church membership. • Were individuals ever baptized before the age of eight? • Who was sealed to Joseph Smith as a servant? Why? • Will women go to hell? • Were there really rebaptisms in the early Church? • Why did Brigham give the dimensions for a family altar? • What did women used anoint? The gospel is here upon the earth to remain forever and ever. It has been so spoken, and so it will be... More > done.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
David Dye / Joshua Mariano
Published
November 3, 2011
Language
English
Pages
159
File Format
PDF
File Size
617.76 KB

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