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231 September 1882

Salt Lake Stake Primary; Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

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Prayer by Sister E. R. Snow children repeating in unison [. . .] [p. 32] [. . .]

Sister E. R. Snow said “The prophet said it was more natural for children to love truth than Evil.[”] Asked what kind of men and women they would like to be. Wished them to get the “Bible questions & answers” also the “Primary Speaker” Now my darling children I call you mine because I love you so much. You won[’]t object to my calling you my children, will you? I pray the Lord to bless and preserve you from all evil.

[. . .] [p. 33] [. . .]

Sister Snow said “Children, we have been greatly blessed by having the First Presidency visit us. I think we will long remember it. Move we adjourn for three months at the 14th ward Hall.[”]

[. . .] [p. 34]

Source Note

Salt Lake Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1878–1973), vol. 1 (1878–1895), pp. 32–34, CHL (LR 604 18); Sis. Howard, Secretary.

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231 September 1882, Salt Lake Stake Primary; Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed June 14, 2024