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This past Saturday Ava Grace was baptized by her dad into the Mormon church of Latter-Day Saints!! I'm so proud of her for recognizing love in her heart and being open to accepting Jesus! I'm humbled knowing her father could be the one to assist her with the beginning of this part of her life! #mygirl #daughter #beautifulgirl #mylove #churchoflatterdaysaints

Her dress was perfection!
Did you guys keep your wedding dress??
I never even got mine dry cleaned. 😳🤫🤫

Promised Elliot when he was 10 he could see this when he was ‘old enough to understand’ it. Today that day finally came...Hello !

This is the death mask of Hyrum Smith. He was the older brother of Joseph Smith, who was the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Hyrum was a leader within this movement. In May 1829, while visiting Joseph, in Harmony, Pennsylvania, Hyrum received a revelation through his brother. Shortly after, Hyrum was baptized. He was one of the Eight Witnesses of the Book of Mormon, along with his father and his younger brother, Samuel. He signed as one of the six charter members. Hyrum commented on the difficulties of preaching the Gospel and the opposition experienced. In 1838, he shared a jail cell with his brother, Joseph, in Liberty, Missouri. By May 1839 Hyrum had moved his family to Commerce, Illinois. In late 1840 Joseph named Hyrum to be the Presiding Patriarch of the Church in place of their father, who had died. Hyrum shared another jail cell with his brother, Joseph, this time in Carthage, Illinois, and it was their last. On June 27, 1844, an angry mob stormed the jail with the intent of murdering the prophet and his brother. The Mormon Apostle, John Taylor received four wounds; Hyrum was instantly killed with a shot to the face. Joseph escaped by jumping from the second-story window, but was stunned by the fall. He was placed in a sitting position by the conspirators, who then dispatched four bullets through his body. Before the death masks of Joseph and Hyrum were cast by George Cannon, the bodies were washed and then the bullet holes filled with cotton soaked in camphor. This was commonly done. The bullet that instantly killed Hyrum struck him just on the left side of the nose. As one observes Hyrum’s cast, it is easy to identify where the cotton and camphor filled the bullet wound. #wow #funfacts #reveal #hyrumsmith #mormon #murder #shot #angrymob #church #churchoflatterdaysaints #latterdaysaints #gospel #religious #bookofmormon #eightwitnesses #humpday #museumcollection #plaster #deathcast #deathmask #ilcmuseum #ILCM

This is the death mask of Joseph Smith. Fine guessing by @strychnavomica! Born in 1805, Joseph Smith Jr. was an American religious leader, who founded the Latter Day Saint Movement. According to Smith, he was guided by an angel to a buried book of golden plates inscribed with a Judeo-Christian history of an ancient American civilization. He stated that he ‘translated’ the characters engraved on the plates under divine guidance. It took 90 days to complete the task and the resulting 588-page volume was called the ‘Book of Mormon.’ Soon after he organized the Church of Christ as a restoration of the early Christian church. Church members, known as Latter Day Saints or Mormons, regarding Smith to be a prophet like Moses. He was beloved by his followers, and hated by those that did not believe. In the end, at age 38, he was killed alongside his brother Hyrum by an angry mob in Carthage, Illinois, in 1844. David H. Cannon, remembered the day his father made the death masks of prophet Joseph, and his brother Hyrum, “At the time of the death of the prophet Joseph Smith, I remember my father standing at the gate at the front house, his arms kind of leaning on the gate; he turned and as he did so, said, ‘My God, they have killed our prophet.’ That was the time the prophet was martyred. He made the drag that they brought the body in on. At the time that the prophet and his brother Hyrum were lying in state, my father was the one who made the death masks of the two. A lock of the prophet’s hair was caught in the plaster mask, and I remember father taking some scissors and clipping the hair and then giving me the scissors to hold while he went on with his work. I was only six years old in April, and the prophet was killed the 27th of June.” #guesswho #reveal #whosthat #josephsmith #prophet #bookofmormon #latterdaysaints #churchoflatterdaysaints #martyr #killed #angrymob #goldenplates #mormons #sacredtext #triviatuesday #greatguessing #museumcollection #plaster #deathcast #deathmask #ilcmuseum #ILCM

Un regalo que me han hecho los misioneros con los que doy clases de inglés todos los miércoles y viernes. La foto está borrosa porque la hice en el bus. Les he prometido leerlo, ya que me regalaron el libro después de una conversación muy personal e intensa, y lo hicieron con todo su cariño y buena intención. No entiendo por qué hay gente que los trata tan mal. Son unos críos de entre 18 y 19 años normalmente, y muy buenos, cariñosos y dispuestos a ayudar en todo lo posible, y si te ven sufrir, se esfuerzan muchísimo por hacerte sentir mejor. #ellibrodemormon #thebookofmormon #churchoflatterdaysaints #missionaries #mormonmissionary

Broke ground on the new Church of Latter Day Saints in San Juan Capistrano this morning. Beautiful building in the works, right near our regional high school. Thrilled for the church community which has waited so patiently for a SJC location. Congratulations to everyone involved!

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If your religion does not believe in #panafricanism if your religion does not practice #groupeconomics if your religion teaches you that women are beneath you If your religion’s prophet and deity does not reflect you or your people if the language your deity speaks is not native to you or your people if you have to be taught your religion or baptized into it instead of it being your natural birthright if your religion is not consistently teaching you about dismantling #whitesupremacy you’re wasting your beautiful #sundays go home and study. . . #jesus never had a #paleface .
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YBGR wants to extend a huge thank you to the volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Billings for helping us deep clean our residential dining hall floors!! We are so grateful for community help and support, with community support we are able to provide youth with the highest level of care. YBGR would also like to thank our residential youth and staff who gave up their Saturday afternoon to help our volunteers make our dining hall shine!!!!!! #churchoflatterdaysaints #ldschurch

“Do you really believe you’re going to be a God of your own planet when you die?” - nice Mormon boy answered lots of questions for me. #bookofmormon @bookofmormonau #mormon #churchoflatterdaysaints #tomorrowisatterday #josephsmith #missionary #thebibleisatrilogy #imadeafriend @brandon_sibbett

Welcome home Sister Kelani! You’ve clearly been missed! 😊 #whiterockofwrnm #ldsmission #churchoflatterdaysaints #missionarytrip #welcomehomesis

Regrann from @thedayafter2016 - Not so long ago: On Oct. 15, 1969 Willie Black, a graduate student and head of Wyoming University’s Black Student Alliance,learned of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) ban on Black males holding priesthood in the church. He wrote a letter to the administration describing the race issues of the LDS and called for football players and students to protest. Two days before the game, 14 Black players aka the Black 14, decided to wear black armbands in the game. Head Coach Lloyd Eaton reprimanded them and released them from the team, revoking their athletic scholarships. The Board of Trustees supported his decision and said the players would not play in that game or any other that season. The now all-white team beat BYU and won 2 more games but lost the last 4. The 1970 team lost all of its home games and all but one game on the road. The week after the athletes’ dismissal, the NAACP filed a federal lawsuit seeking an injunction ordering the reinstatement of the players and asking for damages for violation of their civil rights. The injunction was denied and the case thrown out of court. The Court of Appeals reversed that decision, but it also fell short in court. The negative publicity affected Wyoming’s football program for years. Students at the campuses of almost every BYU opponent protested at the games and called on their institutions to ban contests with BYU. Stanford University announced that they would no longer participate in athletic contests against BYU and the University of Washington. The Faculty Senate voted to sever all ties with BYU athletics. On June 9, 1978, the First Presidency of the Mormon Church announced that a divine revelation had been received to open the Mormon priesthood to Blacks ending the ban. In 2002, a statue to the 14 was erected on the University of Wyoming campus and in 2009 the LDS Institute at the University of Wyoming made black arm bands in tribute to the events of 1969 and handing them to all in attendance. When asked in 1982 if he had any regrets, Eaton said “Hell No!”. #theblack14 #byu #wyoming #churchoflatterdaysaints #mormon #notsolongago #nsla

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