|Statement||prepared for publication by Matthias F. Cowley|
|Contributions||Cowley, Matthias F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 702 p. :|
|Number of Pages||702|
PRES. WILFORD WOODRUFF THIS WORK IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED Missionaries, priesthood leaders, lovers of Church history, and anyone with an interest in the lives of early Church leaders and prophets will enjoy the marvelous experiences shared in this book. It has greatly strengthened my faith, and I hope it will do the same for yours.4/5(1). With this book's unique indexing system, Latter-day Saints now can find in seconds what the Lord had Wilford Woodruff tell the Saints on 5/5(3). Addeddate Identifier WWJFinal Identifier-ark ark://t6d26s42d Ocr ABBYY FineReader Olsearch post Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader The Book of the Prophet Wilford Woodruff Chapter Chapter 33 Revelation Received Monday, Janu By Apostle Wilford Woodruff (Wilford Woodruff Journal, Recorded Twice: On Dec. 28, and Ap ) At Sunset, Arizona Territory Thus saith the LORD unto My servant Wilford Woodruff, I have heard thy prayer, and will answer thy petition.
Richard E. Bennett, “Wilford Woodruff and the Rise of Temple Consciousness among the Latter-day Saints, –84,” in Banner of the Gospel: Wilford Woodruff, ed. Alexander L. Baugh and Susan Easton Black (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, ), – Wilford Woodruff journal, ; portrait of Wilford Woodruff, circa – Much of what we know about early Church history comes from his journals, which provide rich detail, context, and corroboration for significant events. Vicki Jo Anderson, author of the book, The Other Eminent Men of Wilford Woodruff. Vicki Jo Anderson is the author of the book, The Other Eminent Men of Wilford Woodruff. This book is the effort of her years of research to bring forth biographical sketches of the “other eminent men” mentioned by Wilford Woodruff who appeared to him in the St. George Temple, asking that their . Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Wilford Woodruff - Ebook written by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Wilford Woodruff.
A book that is half biography of Wilford Woodruff, and half history of the LDS temple ordinances, it does a passable job of both, but doesn't do either with particularly well-done insight. Mackley is a competent biographer and a thorough research historian, but her lack of training in history and historiography shows on some occasions/5. From the outset, authors Carol Wilkinson and Cynthia Doxey Green are clear regarding the purpose of this book: to respond to the request of a member of the Cheltenham stake presidency in Great Britain to find out “more about the missionary work of Wilford Woodruff in the early s” and to “provide clarification of the number of baptisms that took place during this time period” in the. This account involves Apostle and Prophet Wilford Woodruff raising his wife from the dead. Interestingly, the account comes from both his and her perspectives. On Novem Wilford Woodruff’s wife came down with an excruciating head ache, which turned into “brain fever.” Her condition was aggravated because they were traveling in a wagon at the time. The most scholarly interpretive one-volume biography of Wilford Woodruff’s life is Thomas G. Alexander, Things in Heaven and Earth: The Life and Times of Wilford Woodruff, A Mormon Prophet (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, ). See also Francis M. Gibbons, Wilford Woodruff: Wondrous Worker, Prophet of God (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, ).