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Wilford Woodruff

Books:Religion:Mormon:Prophets:Wilford Woodruff

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1 THINGS IN HEAVEN AND EARTH - The Life and Times of Wilford Woodruff, a Mormon Prophet

Alexander, Thomas G.Very Good-, Signature Books, Incorporated, 1991, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; Wilford Woodruff converted to the LDS church in 1833, he joined a millenarian group of a few thousand persecuted believers clustered around Kirtland, Ohio. When he died sixty-five years later in 1898, he was the leader of more than a quarter of a million followers worldwide who were on the verge of entering the mainstream of American culture.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 484 pages; 1560850450, 

20217

Price: 23.00 USD 20.70 USD 
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WILFORD WOODRUFF - HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND LABORS AS RECORDED IN HIS DAILY JOURNALS, Cowley, Matthias F.
2 WILFORD WOODRUFF - HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND LABORS AS RECORDED IN HIS DAILY JOURNALS

Cowley, Matthias F.Good+ in Good+ Dust Jacket, Bookcraft, 1974, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover is rubbed and edge worn. Outer edges of pages have light wear. Otherwise interior is very nice. Overall book is still quite good. ; Cover is rubbed and edge worn. Outer edges of pages have light wear. Otherwise interior is very nice. Overall book is still quite good. ; This is the (1970) reprint of the original of 1909. Blue Cloth cover. Frontis photo of Woodruff. This is a complete biography done by Matthias Cowley (Apostle) , Who knew the Prophet. This book now out of print is an exceptional look into the Life of the Prophet. Some Chapter headings: Birth and Genealogy 1807, a chapter of accidents, zions camp, In Nauvoo 1841, the martyrdom of joseph and hyrum 1844, Departure of the pioneers 1847, Pioneers enter Salt lake valley and many more. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 702 pages, 

29444

Price: 26.00 USD 23.40 USD 
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The Rights of the Priesthood - Living by the Spirit - Wilford Woodruff, Dye, David (editor)
3 The Rights of the Priesthood - Living by the Spirit - Wilford Woodruff

Dye, David (editor)New, Hindsight Publications, 2009, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover pamphlet! ; Brand new softcover pamphlet! ; Wilford Woodruff was one of the premier missionaries for the early LDS Chruch. He was also, it seemed, as comfortable in the world of Spirits as he was in the world of mortals.
The two discourses included within the pages of this booklet are prime examples of the closeness that he had with the Spirit, and the understanding that he had of Church and Heavenly Government.
Both of these discourses have come from 'non-traditional' sources, and are a bit harder to find than those found in the Journal of Discourses or other common books found today. The uniqueness of what is said and how it is said is what makes these discourses so appealing. ; The FIG Project Series; 5.5" x 8.5"; 20 pages, 

46232

Price: 5.00 USD 4.50 USD 
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Wilford Woodruff's Witness -   of the Development of Temple Doctrine, Mackley, Jennifer Ann
4 Wilford Woodruff's Witness - of the Development of Temple Doctrine

Mackley, Jennifer AnnNew, High Desert Publishing, LLC, 2014, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover book!

; Brand new softcover book!

; For the first time in a single volume, Jennifer Mackley chronicles the development of temple doctrine and practices over the course of the nineteenth century: from washings and anointings to proxy baptisms, the endowment to plural marriage sealings, the first rebaptism to the last priesthood adoption.

After Wilford Woodruff's conversion in 1833, he enthusiastically participated in the ordinances Joseph Smith introduced in Kirtland and Nauvoo. However, Joseph was murdered before the implications of the "higher ordinances" could be fully understood, and before their administration in the temple could begin. Learn why Wiliford believed that if revelation had ceased with Joseph Smith's death, the mission of Elijah would have failed. Through Wilford's own words—as preserved in his letters, discourses, and journals—find out what led him to seek additional revelation, make changes to some ordinances, and suspend or discontinue other. What did Wilford announce in 1894 that rewrote the nature of temple work?

The temple ordinances were central to Wilford Woodruff's faith in the restored Church. Are they still important today?

; 6" x 9"; 454 pages; 0615835325, 

56925

Price: 26.95 USD 24.26 USD 
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Wilford Woodruff's Witness -   of the Development of Temple Doctrine, Mackley, Jennifer Ann
5 Wilford Woodruff's Witness - of the Development of Temple Doctrine

Mackley, Jennifer AnnNew in New Dust Jacket, High Desert Publishing, LLC, 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; Brand new hardcover book!

; For the first time in a single volume, Jennifer Mackley chronicles the development of temple doctrine and practices over the course of the nineteenth century: from washings and anointings to proxy baptisms, the endowment to plural marriage sealings, the first rebaptism to the last priesthood adoption.

After Wilford Woodruff's conversion in 1833, he enthusiastically participated in the ordinances Joseph Smith introduced in Kirtland and Nauvoo. However, Joseph was murdered before the implications of the "higher ordinances" could be fully understood, and before their administration in the temple could begin. Learn why Wiliford believed that if revelation had ceased with Joseph Smith's death, the mission of Elijah would have failed. Through Wilford's own words—as preserved in his letters, discourses, and journals—find out what led him to seek additional revelation, make changes to some ordinances, and suspend or discontinue other. What did Wilford announce in 1894 that rewrote the nature of temple work?

The temple ordinances were central to Wilford Woodruff's faith in the restored Church. Are they still important today?

; 6" x 9"; 454 pages; 9781499613056, 

56926

Price: 34.95 USD 31.46 USD 
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LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL - STUDY GUIDE - Including the Compete Text to LEAVES from MY JOURNAL, Monnett, Jack
6 LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL - STUDY GUIDE - Including the Compete Text to LEAVES from MY JOURNAL

Monnett, JackNew, Archive Publishers, 2000, Heber City, Utah

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %% ; Brand new softcover book! %% ; "This study guide, in a comb-bound, 8 1/2" X 11" format, includes the complete text of "Leaves from My Journal" by President Wilford Woodruff from the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES. The purpose of the guide is to introduce the history of the Latter-day Saints through the eyes of Wilford Woodruff and to emphasize his teachings. President Woodruff's writings are exciting and easy to follow. You will want to read and reread them many times and will find that they will serve as an excellent foundation for further studies in Church history. Footnotes are placed throughout the text to clarify customs and vocabulary of the early Saints as well as following the geography of the early Church and, particularly, President Woodruff's missions. Interaction with Joseph Smith and many of the well-known pioneer heroes of the Church all add to make this study guide come alive. Above all, you will feel Presidnet Woodruff's testimony of the restored Church and understand his faith and determination to serve the Lord. "; 8.5" x 11"; 117 pages; 1930679424, 

25829

Price: 14.95 USD 13.46 USD 
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A CHILD'S STORY of the PROPHET Wilford Woodruff, Neeley, Deta Petersen and Nathan Glen Neeley
7 A CHILD'S STORY of the PROPHET Wilford Woodruff

Neeley, Deta Petersen and Nathan Glen NeeleyVery Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, The Deseret News Press, 1962, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.; Cover has some light edge and corner wear.; 5.5" x 8" ; 149 pages, 

58220

Price: 9.00 USD 8.10 USD 
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In the Whirlpool -  The Pre-manifesto Letters of President Wilford Woodruff to the William Atkin Family, 1885-1890, Neilson, Reid L.
8 In the Whirlpool - The Pre-manifesto Letters of President Wilford Woodruff to the William Atkin Family, 1885-1890

Neilson, Reid L.New in New Dust Jacket, Arthur H. Clark, 2011, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! ; Brand new hardcover book! ; A Latter-day Saints president's personal letters leading up to the end of polygamy

Political and religious turmoil in the late 1800s plagued the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its leaders. As Utah statehood loomed, Congress aggressively moved against Mormons who engaged in polygamy. More than a thousand men were jailed and others were forced into hiding. One of those who went into hiding in 1879 was Wilford Woodruff, who became church president in 1887. Woodruff sought sanctuary with the family of William and Rachel Atkin and others throughout the 1880s. This never-before-published collection of Woodruff's letters to the Atkins, edited by Reid L. Neilson, reveals the church leader's political and spiritual conflicts in the five years leading up to his 1890 Manifesto, which officially disallowed polygamy.

Woodruff's nearly 60 letters reproduced here depict a man "in the midst of a whirlpool." The church leader believed he and his people were being denied the basic American right to practice the religion of their choice, yet he recognized that polygamy was incompatible with American society. The letters also reveal Woodruff's humanity—his longing to be with friends, his sorrow over the loss of his first wife, and his struggle with illness.

Essays by Neilson, Jan Shipps, and Thomas G. Alexander provide context forWoodruff's writing. Neilson discusses the Atkins' family life, Alexander offers a history of plural marriage among Mormons, and Shipps analyzes the impact of the Manifesto on Mormon women and men. Nearly 20 images further flesh out the correspondence and its depiction of Mormon people—who were then, like Woodruff, in the midst of change.; 1.2 x 9 x 6 Inches; 232 pages; 0870623907, 

51639

Price: 29.95 USD 26.96 USD 
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LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL - Faith Promoting Series Vol 3, Woodruff, Wilford
9 LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL - Faith Promoting Series Vol 3

Woodruff, WilfordNew, Archive Publishers, 2000, Heber City, Utah

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %% ; Brand new softcover book! %% ; (Volume 3) Written by President Wilford Woodruff, perhaps the Church's most successful missionary and leader during troubled times, these journal entries cover a combination of inspiration and tribulation unknown to most Latter-day Saints. The Preface to this book of the FAITH-PROMOTING SERIES reads:

"Certainly no man living has been more particular about recording with his own hand, in a daily journal, during half a century, the events in his own career and the things that have come under his observation. His elaborate journal has always been one of the principal sources from which the Church history has been compiled.

"The adventures, accidents and hair-breadth escapes that he has met with, are scarcely equalled by that former apostle, Paul, has left of his life.

"The power of God has been manifested in a most remarkable manner in preserving Brother Woodruff's life. Considering the number of bones he has broken, and other bodily injuries he has received, it is certainly wonderful that now, at the age of seventy-four years, he is such a sound, well-preserved man." ; Faith Promoting Series Series; Vol. 3; 5" x 8"; 153 pages; 9781930679375, 

25828

Price: 11.95 USD 10.76 USD 
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