[PDF / Epub] ☉ BYU Studies: Spencer W. Kimball and the Revelation on the Priesthood By Edward L. Kimball – Thomashillier.co.uk


BYU Studies: Spencer W. Kimball and the Revelation on the Priesthood Edward L Kimball Presents A Marvelous Account Of The Revelation Granting The Priesthood To Worthy Men Of All Races Beginning With A Brief History Of The Priesthood Ban, The Article Then Traces President Spencer W Kimball S Personal Support Of The Church S Longtime Position Until, At The Death Of President Harold B Lee, It Suddenly Became His Problem The Subsequent Process By Which President Kimball Became Convinced That The Time For Change Had Come, And How He Involved His Counselors And The Twelve In Preparing For The Divine Manifestation That Followed, Is One Of The Finest Examples Of Leadership In Church History


10 thoughts on “BYU Studies: Spencer W. Kimball and the Revelation on the Priesthood

  1. says:

    This is the best, most clear, most straight forward information I have found about the policy of black people not allowed the priesthood and about how it changed I feel so much better informed about the history and I learned about revelation and what needed to happen and change for the inspiration I definitely think this is a must read, this is just so important to understand.One thing I wish was included would be the negative responses to the change because I m sure there were some even if th This is the best, most clear, most straight forward information I have found about the policy of black people not allowed the priesthood and about how it changed I feel so much better informed about the history and I learned about revelation and what needed to happen and change for the inspiration I definitely think this is a must read, this is just so important to understand.One thing I wish was included would be the negative responses to the change because I m sure there were some even if there wasn t a lot but it just ended with the whole world being excited but seeing as there are still lingering ideas of racism taught in Sunday school, seminaries, and home, that should be included or at least acknowledged by the reader that the work isn t done yet But yeah, anyone who is going to discuss this controversy, member or not, needs to read this


  2. says:

    This should be required reading for all members of the LDS Mormon church It is one of the most powerful, inspiring, and humbling articles I ve ever read I learned much about revelation, church administration, and the difference between a church policy and church doctrine It turns out the priesthood ban was a policy, not a doctrine That s a pretty major distinction if you ask me I have even greater respect now for the members of the church who faithfully endured a long period of being deni This should be required reading for all members of the LDS Mormon church It is one of the most powerful, inspiring, and humbling articles I ve ever read I learned much about revelation, church administration, and the difference between a church policy and church doctrine It turns out the priesthood ban was a policy, not a doctrine That s a pretty major distinction if you ask me I have even greater respect now for the members of the church who faithfully endured a long period of being denied full membership in the church and the blessings of the gospel I now realize how much I have taken those blessings for granted This also a great story about prophetic revelation that strengthened my testimony


  3. says:

    President Kimball shows us how to pay closer attention to the Spirit and how to humbly and actively seek for answers This account gave me understanding, peace and relief.There will always be things in this world that confuse and trouble me This account has taught me to never stop searching for understanding from God No matter what confuses or troubles us in this life, diligent seeking will reveal that it has nothing to do with the Gospel of Christ.


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