Best-Loved Talks of the LDS People by Jay A. Parry

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

Synopsis

God has led this Church from the beginning, by prophets and inspired men,' President Wilford Woodruff declared in 1891. 'He will lead this Church until the scene is wound up.'

God's direction in leading the Church is evident in this collection of fifty treasured talks delivered by prophets, apostles, and seventies since the days of the Prophet Joseph Smith through the presidency of Howard W. Hunter. Best-Loved Talks of the LDS People includes such classic sermons as Ezra Taft Benson's memorable 'The Book of Mormon-Keystone of Our Religion,' Spencer W. Kimball's powerful 'The False Gods We Worship,' David O. McKay's much-cited 'Harmony in the Home,' Lorenzo Snow's inspiring 'The Law of Tithing,' and the Prophet Joseph Smith's timeless 'The Sacrifice of All Things.'

Also included are 'Follow the Spirit,' by Wilford Woodruff; 'The Lord's Side of the Line,' by George Albert Smith; 'The Chartered Course of the Church in Education,' by J. Reuben Clark Jr.; 'Miracles,' by Matthew Cowley; 'God Is the Gardener,' by Hugh B. Brown; 'Stand Ye in Holy Places,' by Harold B. Lee; 'The Purifying Power of Gethsemane,' by Bruce R. McConkie; and many more.

In Best-Loved Talks of the LDS People, Church leaders provide inspired counsel on such important gospel topics as the Savior, obedience, revelation, adversity, faithfulness, love, spirituality, missionary work, and the temple. Reaching out from more than 150 years of Church history, these men of God impart words of truth, wisdom, hope, and comfort to all Latter-day Saints.
 

About Jay A. Parry

See more books from this Author
 
Published June 24, 1905 by Deseret Book. 563 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review