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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Title Indian Stories
Description their names and did so. "Now," he added, "you are welcome to these names for they are evidently your own kindred." Could words express the flood of delight that poured over the good man's whole being, to know God had so richly blessed him? None but those who have passed through similar experiences. To this day Brother Farnworth is melted to happy tears whenever he relates his vision and its quick fulfillment. At once he began the joyful work, bringing his daughters over to help him, and hundreds of blessed temple gifts at the hands of their faithful descendants. His own work of course has been for the males. Hence his seeing only men. He is still daily at work in the temple carrying out the glorious nzission given hiTn. Some may say, "Well, I have done for all those whose names I can get." To such I would say, be not so satisfied, but, like the brother whose experience was related to me by President Joseph F. Smith, keep on after you are all through. He said that there \$3s one brother who would get a few of his names and do all he could, then would sorrowfully say, "Well, I guess this will be the last." But faith, energy, and perseverance would bring a few more. Another time, months perhaps, would elapse, and behold he had a few more. Then another rest, more again. And so on until his list was swelled into great proportions. Verily, we as Saints shall have the desire of our hearts granted; and if it is a knowledge of our forefathers we shall have it if we live, pray, and work for it. Try it, my young friends and great shall be your reward and your blessings. Amen. Source: THE YOUNG WOMAN'S JOURNAL, Y.L.M.I. "¦':, Associations, Vol. 1, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1890, No. 7, pp. 211-215. 124
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