Indian Stories

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 17
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1985
Type Text
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Language eng
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Holding Institution Snow College
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Title Indian Stories
Description around for the man, but he was nowhere to be seen. Unwilling to believe himself the victim of a hallucination he walked to the only other door of the room--which was always kept locked--and tried it; it was still locked. Where did the man go? Certainly he did not know then, nor does he know now, A thorough search followed, hut nothing more was ever heard or seen of the man. This occurred before the temple was open, and there were but one or two other brethren inside, none of them having access no these rooms• The night after the dedication was a dark, rainy night, filled with sudden gusts of wind and beating rain, After Brother Alstrom had retired to rest he happened to remember that the window in one of the rooms was open a little He sprang up and ran down the stairs to close the window; opening the door of the sealing room he was surprised to see, standing above the altar, a personage clothed in white robes, a brilliant light surrounding him and filling the whole room. For the first time in his life the good man was filled with an Shutting the door hastily behind him ho ran upstairs, and throwing himself on his knees, he asked God to take away the foolish fear that had taken possession of him. Instantly he was calmed and filled with the peace flooding the room. In the morning President 'Jells asked him about the matter and then remarked, "None need fear to see an angel of the Lord; that there are angels in this place we can have no doubt, but it is not given to every one to see them." The Young; Woman's Journal, Y.L.M.I. Associat ions, Vol. 1, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1890, No 7, pp. 213-215. 121
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