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He was an example to us as the Savior was to him. We have the opportunity to carry this message to the world. His efforts were acknowledged by the Mormon Historic Sites Foundation, which honored him with the second annual Junius F. Wells Award for lifelong contributions to the historic preservation of Kirtland. The first award had been given the year before to President Gordon B. Hinckley, who dedicated the restored Kirtland historic area in May Chaper On August 7, then serving as president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Ezra Taft Benson broke ground for a meetinghouse in Kirtland, the first building of the Church to be built there since the temple was completed in It is a beautiful little town which you know that it is sacred ground that you walk upon.
Jun 05, goddess rated it liked it Shelves: religion , history , own. Interesting, but not a page turner. This book has some tidbits about Kirtland that I've never heard before. Karl Anderson is a known expert on Church history in Kirtland, Ohio, so this is definitely a good source. Anderson includes many first-hand accounts from people who walked and talked with the prophet. So not only do you learn new things about Kirtland but you gain more insight about Joseph Smith.
Some of the chapters were more riveting than others; I will admit to skimming through some of Interesting, but not a page turner. Some of the chapters were more riveting than others; I will admit to skimming through some of the paragraphs in the one about the bank. But if you're a fan of history and want to learn more about the Church's successes and struggles during the Kirtland era, than this book should be added to your list. Jun 25, Lisa rated it it was amazing. This helped clear up things from early church history for me.
Often I hear a story about Joseph Smith and jump to the conclusion that it happened in Nauvoo but many of these stories happened in Kirtland or the area around Kirtland. I loved the chapter about the Kirtland temple dedication, and also the chapter The Church Returns to Kirtland. Kirtland is a very special place and this book helped me realize the significance of the many revelations and sacrifices that prepared the saints for being l This helped clear up things from early church history for me.
Kirtland is a very special place and this book helped me realize the significance of the many revelations and sacrifices that prepared the saints for being leaders in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God and what he did still blesses my life today. May 01, Terry Earley rated it really liked it. Anderson gives us an intimate glimpse into a pivotal and formative period in early Mormon history. He quotes extensively from first-hand witnesses to help us understand why these people sacrifices so much to built the strong foundation the Church currently enjoys.
There is much detail about the speculative fever which drove the local economy over the edge and about those sweet souls who continued to divide their food with others. Good and bad economic times bring out the best and worst in us all. An enjoyable and informative read. I will add this one to my home library for reference. Oct 10, Bryan rated it really liked it. There are a few passages in this book that will stick in my memory for their honest glimpses at Joseph Smith's human goodness.
It is full of accounts of people who never made it in to the Church History, whose accounts felt all the more valuable to me because they seemed to represent the unknown layperson's view of the Church and Joseph Smith during those dynamic Kirtland years. It took an entire pregnancy to finish this book because I just took one chapter at a time and really thought about the sacrifices the saints made and what life was like for those who lived here, right where I am now.
I learned so much about the saints that isn't well known, or atleast I never knew about. Plus, knowing Karl, who wouldn't like anything he writes? Oct 01, Sheri rated it it was amazing. I love this book because I know Karl Anderson and his family and because I lived many years in the Kirtland, Ohio area. There is a rich history of the church that took place there and you can feel its spirit in the town itself. This is where the revelations flowed to the new church presidency.
And where the church was tried.
Dec 23, Cory rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: LDS history fans or fans of historical reads in general. This was recommended by a friend has make a career out of the life of Joseph Smith. Altogether about pages and a very easy read. This gives me a whole new perspective on Kirtland and adds context to other sources of history regarding Joseph, Emma and the early church leaders. I rarely read anything that is not recommended and this book was every bit as good as the recommendation.
Mar 24, Mark rated it liked it. Mar 13, Bryan Cottle rated it it was amazing. For those who want a good look into the History of the LDS Church through the personal accounts of the early members of the church- this is the book. It only spans the seven years that the LDS church was located in Kirtland Ohio, but being that that is the least studied yet most eventful period of LDS history it is well worth the read.
I have read it more than once! Nov 07, Phyllis Lantz rated it really liked it. I enjoyed this book because it helped me understand better all that happened here in Kirtland OH in the Many great and glorious things took place here as well as the many trials the early Saints went through. Mar 27, Barbara Lovejoy rated it it was amazing. This book was a great read for me before going on a tour next October with some friends, visiting Vermont, New York, and Ohio.
I enjoyed the book so much I want to read it again. I might want to buy it since the copy I just read was loaned to me. Jun 10, Ed rated it liked it.
An interesting compilation of eyewitness accounts about Joseph in Kirtland. I am excited to the read the Joesph Smith papers, as it will be a more comprehensive compliation of the writings of Joesph Smitha and will hopefully not have as much conjecture and speculation. Nov 14, Jenna rated it really liked it. I was able to visit Kirtland in October and got this book there. Having visited the sights the book references I thoroughly loved the stories recorded here. I feel I got a true sense of life here during the early years of LDS church history Jul 01, Alice rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction , in-my-library.
I guess I forgot to give this a star rating when I read it, so I am guessing. I do remember that I bought it in Kirtland then read it and really enjoyed reviewing and expounding on the Church history I had learned in Kirtland. There is a lot to absorb about that period that I had not remembered. Jul 07, Michele rated it really liked it.