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Willing to Be Ground

If we wish to be Superfine flour we must be willing to be ground. (7 September 1871)

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Eliza R. Snow, second general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was a prolific speaker and the most influential Latter-day Saint woman of her time. She taught religious doctrine, emphasized practical principles, shared her political opinions, and conveyed love and encouragement for church members in nearly twelve hundred discourses given from 1840 to 1887 in western Illinois and throughout Utah and Idaho territories. Snow’s discourses are being published on this website in regular batches. Once all of her discourses are published here, a print volume of selected discourses will follow.

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