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; Inside and out are clean and never used/ Joining the Church in 1838 catapulted William Clayton into new activities and associations, took him from England to the United States, and offered him soul-satisfying spiritual experiences. As Joseph Smith's friend and scribe, Clayton kept extensize journals and was the one who recorded the revelation on plural marriage. He also wrote the first history of the Nauvoo Temple. William Clayton's life encompassed nearly all the joys and struggles that could come to a Church member of his day. Yet "no toil nor labor" did he fear. His story, in many respects, echoes the soul-stirring words of his imortal Mormon pioneer anthem, "Come, Come Ye Saints" ; 6" x 9"; 454 pages; 0842525041
Title: NO TOIL NOR LABOR FEAR - The Story of William Clayton
Publisher: Provo, UT, BYU Press: 2002
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 16691