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Sunstone Mormon History Podcast
E53: Nauvoo Expositor, Part 1

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021


One of the most fiery controversies during the Nauvoo period for Joseph Smith involved the newspaper, The Nauvoo Expositor. In this episode, Lindsay and Bryan explore the people behind the infamous paper.

Book of Mormon Central
Why Did Emma Smith Remain in Nauvoo after the Death of Joseph Smith? #625

Book of Mormon Central

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 8:09


Why Did Emma Smith Remain in Nauvoo after the Death of Joseph Smith? #625 by Book of Mormon Central

Saints In the South
Doctrine & Covenants 135–136, He Has Sealed His Mission and Works with His Own Blood, Come Follow Me

Saints In the South

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 42:32


From Come Follow MeThe afternoon of June 27, 1844, found Joseph and Hyrum Smith in jail once again, accompanied by John Taylor and Willard Richards. They believed they were innocent of any crime, but they submitted to arrest, hoping to prevent violence against the Saints in Nauvoo. This wasn't the first time that enemies of the Church had put the Prophet Joseph in prison, but this time he seemed to know that he would not return alive. He and his friends tried to comfort each other by reading from the Book of Mormon and singing hymns. Then gunshots were heard, and within a few minutes the mortal lives of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum had come to an end.And yet it was not the end of the divine cause they had embraced. And it was not the end of the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ. There was more work to do and more revelation that would guide the Church forward. Killing the Prophet could not kill the work of God.

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose
Nov 21- Doctrine & Covenants 135

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 9:48


Before we jump into the announcement of the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum, I think it is important to understand how we got there. Things in Illinois had been relatively peaceful up until this point. Today we talk about how things took a turn in Nauvoo that lead to the martyrdom of Joseph.

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Doctrine & Covenants 135-136 Part 3 : Dr. Richard E. Bennett

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 46:42


Doctrine & Covenants 136:President Richard Bennett joins us from Nebraska for a bonus episode to discuss Doctrine and Covenants Section 136, the only canonized revelation of Brigham Young.  As the Saints are expelled from Nauvoo,  they endure tragedy and experience triumph at Winter Quarters, Nebraska.Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/episodes/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannelThanks to the followHIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive ProducersDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: Sponsor/MarketingLisa Spice: Client Relations, Show Notes/TranscriptsJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Assistant Video EditorAriel Cuadra: Spanish TranscriptsKrystal Roberts : French TranscriptsIgor Willians : Portuguese Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast
E52: Bogus Brigham & Brothers

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


Counterfeiting in Nauvoo is a controversial topic, not without its scandals. Bryan and Lindsay discuss the bogus counterfeiting scheme among the Saints and interview Mary Ann Clements, an expert on the subject.

The Faithful Feminists Podcast
Polygamy In Pieces: Part 1 - Timeline (Doctrine & Covenants 132)

The Faithful Feminists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 13:26


Join us this week for a special mini-series dedicated to a deep dive into Mormon polygamy. We will be sharing one episode every day with a different aspect of polygamy. In part one, we share a rough outline of the practice of polygamy in early Mormonism in Kirtland to Nauvoo for the years 1831-1844. Join us again tomorrow for part two! The transcript for this episode is available on www.thefaithfulfeminists.com

Saints In the South
Doctrine and Covenants 129–132 When We Obtain Any Blessing from God, It Is by Obedience, Come Follow Me

Saints In the South

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 35:21


Join us this week as we discuss the difference between righteous spirits and evil spirits.  We also discuss the revelation of polygamy and the struggles it caused for the early saints.  From Come Follow Me:Brigham Young once said of Joseph Smith, “He could reduce heavenly things to the understanding of the finite” (in Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph Smith, 499–500). This seems especially true of the Prophet's teachings in Nauvoo in the 1840s, some of which are recorded in Doctrine and Covenants 129–32. What is the Savior like? “He is a man like ourselves.” What is heaven like? “That same sociality which exists among us here will exist among us there” (Doctrine and Covenants 130:1–2), and our most cherished family relationships in this world, if sealed by the proper authority, “shall be of full force” in the next world (Doctrine and Covenants 132:19). Truths like these can make heaven feel less distant—glorious, yet reachable.But then, sometimes God may ask us to do things that are so uncomfortable that they do seem unreachable. For many early Saints, plural marriage was one such commandment. The commandment to marry additional wives was a severe trial of faith for Joseph Smith, his wife Emma, and almost everyone who received it. To make it through this trial, they needed more than just favorable feelings about the restored gospel; they needed faith in God that went far deeper than any personal desires or biases. The commandment no longer stands today, but the faithful example of those who lived it still does. And that example inspires us when we are asked to make our own “sacrifices in obedience” (Doctrine and Covenants 132:50).

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Doctrine & Covenants 129-132 Part 1 : Dr. Kate Holbrook

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 52:13


Is plural marriage a requirement in the Celestial Kingdom? As Joseph has a few moments of respite in Nauvoo, he has more time for theological reflection and as these sections reflect. Dr. Kate Holbrook shares her research regarding marriage.Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/episodes/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannelThanks to the followHIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive ProducersDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: MarketingLisa Spice: Client Relations, Show Notes/TranscriptsJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Assistant Video EditorSpanish Transcripts: Ariel CuadraFrench Transcripts: Krystal RobertsPortuguese Transcripts: Igor Willians"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast
E51: Joseph Smith, Outlaw Prophet

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


There were a lot of shenanigans afoot when it came to the law in Nauvoo. In this episode, Lindsay and Bryan talk with Nauvoo legal historian John Dinger about the legal charges levied against Joseph Smith.

The Daily Podcast
"Something Extraordinary"

The Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


The Relief Society was first established in Nauvoo, where women wanted to add their contributions to aid temple constructions. Although ladies' societies were popular at the time, the Relief Society differed from many of these in that it focused ...

Latter-day Peace Studies presents: Come, Follow Me

Ben and Shiloh talk about the letters from Joseph Smith to the Church while he was in hiding concerning the new and unique doctrine of baptism for the dead. These letters show an increasing complexity in Joseph’s understanding of the “Mormon Cosmology” and in how the Plan of Salvation operates. By the time these letters were written in 1842, Joseph had already started secretly engaging in the practice of plural marriage (showing that he had been thinking of the eternal nature of men and women and of humanity’s eternal relationships) and had participated in the rites of the newly established Freemasonry lodge in Nauvoo (which added a new layer of symbolism, rite, and ritual than was ever presented to him before). Additionally, the pain and trauma of losing his brother Alvin had strongly impacted Joseph throughout his entire life. Before Joseph was able to obtain the gold plates, Alvin died rather suddenly prior to choosing to be baptized into any local church. At his funeral, William Smith (Alvin’s and Joseph’s brother) wrote that the Presbyterian minister who presided over the funeral had “intimated very strongly that he [Alvin] had gone to hell, for Alvin was not a church member”. Years later, after the Kirtland Temple dedication, Joseph received a vision wherein he saw Alvin in the Celestial kingdom, and Joseph wondered how Alvin could be in heaven given that he had never been baptized. Joseph was instructed in the vision that those who had died without hearing the gospel of Jesus Christ would have the opportunity of hearing it in the next life. As Joseph would later contemplate over certain passages in the Bible (as shown in Section 128), he mused that “the baptism for the dead” was a “subject [that] seems to occupy my mind, and press itself upon my feelings the strongest.” This is interesting wording and a unique and rare insight into how Joseph received his own divine inspiration. Certainly, we can see that Joseph had used the love and memory of his brother as a mode to find further insight from the divine.

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose
Nov 2- Doctrine & Covenants 127:1

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 9:47


Here, as the Lord warns Joseph that he needs to leave Nauvoo, we can draw a parallel in our life as well. Often times for our own safety or good, the Lord will tell us to move, sometimes physically, but more often he asks us to move spiritually. To do something that will help us progress on our path towards Him. As we heed those promptings we can have faith and hope that God is working all things together for our good. Scott https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2012/04/how-to-obtain-revelation-and-inspiration-for-your-personal-life?lang=eng

History Ago Go
Kingdom of Nauvoo: The Rise and Fall of a Religious Empire on the American Frontier (Benjamin Park)

History Ago Go

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 48:53


Compared to the Puritans, Mormons have rarely gotten their due, treated as fringe cultists at best or marginalized as polygamists unworthy of serious examination at worst. In Kingdom of Nauvoo, the historian Benjamin E. Park excavates the brief life of a lost Mormon city, and in the process demonstrates that the Mormons are, in fact, essential to understanding American history writ large.Drawing on newly available sources from the LDS Church―sources that had been kept unseen in Church archives for 150 years―Park recreates one of the most dramatic episodes of the 19th century frontier. Founded in Western Illinois in 1839 by the Mormon prophet Joseph Smith and his followers, Nauvoo initially served as a haven from mob attacks the Mormons had endured in neighboring Missouri, where, in one incident, seventeen men, women, and children were massacred, and where the governor declared that all Mormons should be exterminated. In the relative safety of Nauvoo, situated on a hill and protected on three sides by the Mississippi River, the industrious Mormons quickly built a religious empire; at its peak, the city surpassed Chicago in population, with more than 12,000 inhabitants. The Mormons founded their own army, with Smith as its general; established their own courts; and went so far as to write their own constitution, in which they declared that there could be no separation of church and state, and that the world was to be ruled by Mormon priests.This experiment in religious utopia, however, began to unravel when gentiles in the countryside around Nauvoo heard rumors of a new Mormon marital practice. More than any previous work, Kingdom of Nauvoo pieces together the haphazard and surprising emergence of Mormon polygamy, and reveals that most Mormons were not participants themselves, though they too heard the rumors, which said that Joseph Smith and other married Church officials had been “sealed” to multiple women. Evidence of polygamy soon became undeniable, and non-Mormons reacted with horror, as did many Mormons―including Joseph Smith's first wife, Emma Smith, a strong-willed woman who resisted the strictures of her deeply patriarchal community and attempted to save her Church, and family, even when it meant opposing her husband and prophet.A raucous, violent, character-driven story, Kingdom of Nauvoo raises many of the central questions of American history, and even serves as a parable for the American present. How far does religious freedom extend? Can religious and other minority groups survive in a democracy where the majority dictates the law of the land? The Mormons of Nauvoo, who initially believed in the promise of American democracy, would become its strongest critics. Throughout his absorbing chronicle, Park shows the many ways in which the Mormons were representative of their era, and in doing so elevates nineteenth century Mormon history into the American mainstream.HOST:  Rob MellonFEATURED DRINK:  Newman's Own Old Fashioned Roadside Virgin LemonadeBOOK:  Kingdom of Nauvoo: The Rise and Fall of a Religious Empire on the American Frontierhttps://www.amazon.com/Kingdom-Nauvoo-Religious-American-Frontier/dp/1631494864/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1635697937&sr=8-1MUSIC:  Bones Forkhttps://bonesfork.com/

BYU-Idaho Radio
Inside the Nauvoo Pageant with Return YPM Lynn Hall

BYU-Idaho Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 14:46


Lynn Hall, a return missionary from the Nauvoo performing mission, shares his missionary experience and testimony of the early pioneers.

The Faithful Feminists Podcast
Birth & Death: From Relief Society to Baptism (Doctrine & Covenants 125-128)

The Faithful Feminists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 37:44


This week, we want to honor the stories of our ancestresses as genealogy and baptism for the dead take center stage. We begin walking through the birth and formation of the Female Relief Society of Nauvoo. Then, we tell a fuller story of the first recorded baptism for the dead by Jane Neyman and Vienna Jaques. Finally, we close by talking about the unifying links of family history and genealogy work through baptism for the dead. For a full transcript, visit us online at thefaithfulfeminists.com

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Doctrine & Covenants 125-128 Part 1 : Dr. Jennifer Reeder

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 51:57


Do you know Mary Ann Angell Young, Eliza R. Snow, Sarah Cleveland, Elizabeth Haven, Vienna Jacques, and Jane Neyman? They are some of the lesser-known heroes of the Restoration, and Dr. Jennifer Reeder joins Hank and John to share their stories, including their escape to Quincy, their building of Nauvoo, and the first baptisms for the dead.Shownotes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannelThanks to the followHIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive ProducersDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: MarketingLisa Spice: Client Relations, Show Notes/TranscriptsJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Assistant Video EditorSpanish Transcripts: Ariel CuadraFrench Transcripts: Krystal RobertsPortuguese Transcripts: Igor Willians"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose
Oct 29- Doctrine & Covenants 124:60

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 10:06


God commanded the saints of Nauvoo to create a place where people would come and rest. In our day our churches, our quorums and classes and even our lives should be a place where people feel safe, welcomed and where they can feel peace. Gong https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2021/04/16gong?lang=eng McConkie https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/manual/same-sex-attraction-family-and-friends/what-are-the-best-ways-to-show-christ-like-love?lang=eng

Book of Mormon Central
Why Was the Nauvoo City Charter Important for Protecting the Saints? #622

Book of Mormon Central

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 7:25


Why Was the Nauvoo City Charter Important for Protecting the Saints? #622 by Book of Mormon Central

Cwic Media
Come Follow Me LDS - Doctrine and Covenants 124

Cwic Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 22:50


- Section 124 is a roadmap for Joseph Smith - The Doctrine of Christ and "weakness" - Eagles Wings - Thomas Grover   Website - https://www.cwicmedia.com  

Maxwell Institute Podcast
Abide #18: Doctrine and Covenants 125-128

Maxwell Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 21:28


Following the Latter-day Saints' expulsion from Missouri and while they worked to make a new home in Nauvoo, IL, Joseph Smith received several revelations that brought divine insight into earthly problems. For instance, what to do for those who could not afford to live in Nauvoo, or who desired to live in small cities surrounding […] The post Abide #18: Doctrine and Covenants 125-128 appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

Unshaken Saints
Doctrine and Covenants 125-128: ”For the Living and the Dead”

Unshaken Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 160:04


A verse-by-verse study of Doctrine and Covenants 125-128, revelations about building up the Church near Nauvoo, the ministry of Brigham Young, and baptisms for the dead. This lesson focuses on how we live vs. where we live, unity and diversity, religious work/life balance, exploratory interviews, attitude in adversity, bold and binding doctrines, welding links, scriptural flexibility, exclamation points, and more. Time stamps:    - Historical Background - 0:45    - Study of D&C 125 - 10:47    - Study of D&C 126 - 28:15    - Study of D&C 127 - 45:59    - Study of D&C 128 - 1:16:36

Talking Scripture
Ep 127 | D&C 125-128, Come Follow Me (November 1-7)

Talking Scripture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 81:19


Show Notes Enroll in Institute Timestamps: 00:30 – During the Nauvoo period, Joseph Smith receives substantial revelation pertaining to the ordinances of the temple. 03:46 – The historical background of Section 125. 05:59 – “Essaying” is a term that means trying. Becoming a Saint is a process. 07:40 – ThroughContinue Reading The post Ep 127 | D&C 125-128, Come Follow Me (November 1-7) appeared first on LDS Scripture Teachings.

Programa Diario
El templo de Nauvoo

Programa Diario

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021


Recordaremos cómo fue edificado el segundo templo de esta dispensación.

What I learned teaching Seminary Today
Doctrine and Covenants 124:1-27

What I learned teaching Seminary Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 14:43


Make a proclamation to the kings- leaders of the world of the gospels truth! Build the Nauvoo house- a house where God will dwell and others can come and learn His doctrine!

Beyond The Block
Nauvoo Beginnings [Doctrine and Covenants 124]

Beyond The Block

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 52:24


The saints have escaped their persecution and are now in Nauvoo setting up a new community. We talk about the temple, the sin of inhospitality, and more in this episode. Audio: Tamarra Kemsley Transcript: David Doyle Episode Outlines: Stephanie Peterson, Christine LeStarge, Gabrielle Honda, Jen Altman, and Beth Johnson Transcripts available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1w6rBQR_kcJkUf9vfSWkh6Qvwg2qOPA4m?usp=sharing Episode outlines available here: tinyurl.com/btboutlines Support the show: glow.fm/beyondtheblock

Latter-day Peace Studies presents: Come, Follow Me

Shiloh and guest co-host Christopher Hurtado talk about the early Saints’ consistent divine call to create sacred space. Whether in Kirtland, Jackson County, Caldwell County, Daviess County, or Nauvoo, the Saints are instructed to construct a temple in order to perform sacred ordinances or to have revealed sacred things. When, in the New Testament, the Jews asked for a sign of authority for Jesus Christ’s actions in driving out the money changers of the temple, he answered by saying “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” The people, thinking he was talking about the physical temple of stone, did not understand that “he spake of the temple of his body” (John 2:13-22). The temple is symbolic of each of us individually and of our own sacred journey. Each act in the sacred temple drama is our own story. By commanding an outward and physical edifice to perform sacred rites, rituals, and ordinances, God is presenting an outward observation of our own inward sacred, divine adventure. But what is the “sacred” and how is it created? Is it an objective thing in and of itself (sui generis) that we can step into and out of by our choices (sui generis)? Is it something that we create, experience, and deem as sacred? Perhaps it is a combination of these two things? But what would that even mean or even look like?

Programa Diario
La ciudad de José

Programa Diario

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021


Conoce la historia de la ciudad de Nauvoo, en la que se congregaron los santos tras dejar Misuri.

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose
Doctrine & Covenants 124:1-7

Come Follow Me- Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 9:59


The name Nauvoo itself can teach us the most beautiful lesson about how God sees us as His children and about how He desires us to see those around us! Hinckley https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/1989/10/rise-to-the-stature-of-the-divine-within-you?lang=eng Stephens https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2015/10/if-ye-love-me-keep-my-commandments?lang=eng Uchtdorf https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2012/10/of-regrets-and-resolutions?lang=eng Renlund https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2015/10/through-gods-eyes?lang=eng

Read Daily's Come Follow Me
Come Follow Me: “A House unto My Name”

Read Daily's Come Follow Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 71:29


As you read Doctrine and Covenants 124, ponder the blessings the Lord invited the Saints in Nauvoo to receive and the blessings He offers you.

Saints In the South
Doctrine & Covenants 124, A House unto My Name, Come Follow Me

Saints In the South

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 34:40


Uncle Andrew is back with us.  From Come Follow Me Manual:As difficult as the last six years had been for the Saints, things started to look up in the spring of 1839: The refugee Saints had found compassion among the citizens of Quincy, Illinois. Guards had allowed the Prophet Joseph Smith and other Church leaders to escape captivity in Missouri. And the Church had just purchased land in Illinois where the Saints could gather again. Yes, it was swampy, mosquito-infested land, but compared to the challenges the Saints had already faced, this probably seemed manageable. So they drained the swamp and drafted a charter for a new city, which they named Nauvoo. It means “beautiful” in Hebrew, though it was more an expression of faith than an accurate description, at least at first. Meanwhile, the Lord was impressing His Prophet with a sense of urgency. He had more truths and ordinances to restore, and He needed a holy temple where the Saints could receive them. In many ways, these same feelings of faith and urgency are important in the Lord's work today.While Nauvoo did become a beautiful city with a beautiful temple, both were eventually abandoned. But the Lord's truly beautiful work, all along, has been to “crown you with honor, immortality, and eternal life” (Doctrine and Covenants 124:55), and that work never ends.

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me
Doctrine and Covenants 124 | October 25-31 - Episode 44

REAL TALK - Come Follow Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 24:27


SwampsFudgeRelief SocietyLesson 44—October 24“A House unto My Name”#DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowmeHow do we deal with failure, paradoxes, and unfulfilled expectations?The word Nauvoo in Hebrew means “beautiful” and today's discussion is all about Nauvoo, its initial swampiness, and its final beauty. Our hosts point out in this episode that so many things in our lives can be Nauvoo.Invitation: Take something swampy and find the beauty of it this week.Links to Sweet Salt outfits/Seagull Book Jewelry:Pleated Mesh Gingham Skirthttps://www.sweetsaltclothing.com/skirt-pleated-mesh-gingham-gold_black.htmlLet God Prevail Gold Rectangle Necklacehttps://www.seagullbook.com/let-god-prevail-necklace,html

Unshaken Saints
Doctrine and Covenants 124: ”A House unto My Name”

Unshaken Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 175:46


A verse-by-verse study of Doctrine and Covenants 124, a revelation regarding the building up of Nauvoo, particularly the Nauvoo Temple and the Nauvoo House. This lesson focuses on bold proclamations, integrity vs. "iffyness," baptisms for the dead, order vs. enthusiasm, Temple ordinances, accepting will for deed, welcoming weary travelers, "investing" in the Kingdom of God, and more.

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
Doctrine & Covenants 124 Part 1 : Dr. Susan Easton Black

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 50:41


If temple work is the soul of the Restoration, the Nauvoo Temple may be its heart. Dr. Susan Easton Black returns to share her love of the city of Nauvoo as well as the joy the Saints felt to not only have a temple but have a gathering place for the Saints and world visitors in order to not only redeem the dead but to share the gospel with the entire world.Shownotes: https://followhim.co/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannel"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

Maxwell Institute Podcast
Abide #17: Doctrine and Covenants 124

Maxwell Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 28:47


On January 19, 1841 Joseph Smith voiced a revelation that declared Nauvoo as the new gathering place for the Saints. Much had happened since we left Joseph in section 123. After the expulsion from Missouri, 5,000 Saints scattered traveling east across Missouri to safety in Illinois, 200 miles east of Far West, Missouri 1838, with […] The post Abide #17: Doctrine and Covenants 124 appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

Talking Scripture
Ep 126 | D&C 124, Come Follow Me (October 25-31)

Talking Scripture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 76:16


Show Notes Enroll in Institute Timestamps: 01:06 – Joseph Smith and his companions escape from Missouri custody in April 1839. 08:54 – The Saints beautify Nauvoo. 11:16 – Joseph has not fallen from grace. The Lord emphasizes Joseph's prophetic role even though he has weakness. What are our expectations ofContinue Reading The post Ep 126 | D&C 124, Come Follow Me (October 25-31) appeared first on LDS Scripture Teachings.

Church News
Historian Spencer W. McBride on the importance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for Latter-day Saints today

Church News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 35:48


Construction of the original Nauvoo Temple began in the spring of 1841 on a hilltop overlooking the Mississippi River. Early Latter-day Saints labored to build the temple, completing the sacred building after the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith. This episode of the Church News podcast explores the history and significance of the Nauvoo Temple. Joining the podcast is Spencer W. McBride, an associate managing historian of the Joseph Smith Papers who earned a Ph.D. in history from Louisiana State University. The host of “The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast,” he is uniquely poised to speak on Joseph Smith, the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the importance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for all of us today.   The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scripture Gems
D & C 124: October 25-31

Scripture Gems

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 67:57


Jay and Jon talk about the early Nauvoo period and a distant relative

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast
Episode 8 — An Old City, a New Temple

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


On April 4, 1999, President Gordon B. Hinckley stunned Latter-day Saints with an announcement that the Nauvoo Temple would be reconstructed. This episode considers what it means today to know that a temple once again stands in Nauvoo.

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast
Episode 7 — The Return to Nauvoo

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


We describes the gradual return of the Latter-day Saints to Nauvoo, exploring the various efforts of churches and governments to designate the “City Beautiful” as a historic site. Guests: Alex Smith, Benjamin Pykles, Lachlan Mackay, Steven Olsen

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast
Episode 5 — Looking toward Eternity

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


This episode considers the ways that Joseph Smith prepared church members to receive the endowment and sealing ordinances in the temple, including through the founding of the female Relief Society of Nauvoo.

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast
Episode 1 — A New City, a New Temple

The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


This episode explains why the Latter-day Saints came to Nauvoo, established a city, and built a new temple. Guests: Brent Rogers, Matthew Godfrey, Alex Smith

Gospel Tangents Podcast
*Phelps From Nauvoo to SLC (Part 8 of 8)

Gospel Tangents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021


W.W. Phelps was editor of the Times & Seasons in 1844 when Joseph Smith was killed. He not only gave the funeral sermon for Joseph & Hyrum but played a critical role in resolving the Succession Crisis. He embraced polygamy, got excommunicated for it for 2 days, and then helped start up the Deseret News […] The post *Phelps From Nauvoo to SLC (Part 8 of 8) appeared first on Gospel Tangents.

Glass Box Podcast
Ep 81 - Henry Caswell - Undisputed Anti-Mormon Champion

Glass Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 123:06


We have a fun episode for you this week! We begin with a vicious anti-Mormon story about Henry Caswell (Caswall) and the Greek Psalter incident in Joseph Smith's Nauvoo church. Hugh Nibley considered this one of the longest-running anti-Mormon stories and spent a good deal of print trying to debunk it (unsuccessfully I might add). Then we talk a Nic Cage movie from 2000, Gone in 60 Seconds because why the hell not. Then we wrap up with some happy news about recent cannabis legislation. Next few episodes are going to be pretty heavy so we wanted to keep things light and fun today. If you'd like to contribute to the next Miracle of Forgiveness segment concerning bishop's interviews, please consider filling out the survey linked below or send us an email about your experience to glassboxpodcast@gmail.com   Bishop's Interviews Survey: https://forms.gle/LrhBWKkyX8DeGanh8    Happy news: https://www.marijuanamoment.net/u-s-house-approves-marijuana-banking-reform-as-part-of-defense-spending-bill/   Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GlassBoxPod  Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/glassboxpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/GlassBoxPod  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glassboxpodcast/  Merch store: https://exmomerch.creator-spring.com/ Be sure to use discount code GLASSBOX for a tithing off your order!!!

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast
E47: Before They Were Famous: Hosea Stout

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021


He was the murderous, rough-and-tumble police chief in Nauvoo, but Hosea Stout was also a lot more than that. Join Lindsay and Bryan as they talk about the history of early Mormon leader Hosea Stout.

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Latter-day Houses of the Lord: Developments in Their Design and Function

ePub feed of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021


Abstract: This essay traces the modern-day usage and understanding of temples from the Kirtland Temple to Nauvoo and the Salt Lake Temple. Architecture was used to teach principles. While the Kirtland Temple was preparatory (think of the vision of Christ and the conference of keys by Abraham, Moses, Abraham, Elias, and finally Elijah), the Nauvoo […] The post Latter-day Houses of the Lord: Developments in Their Design and Function first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

Gospel Feast
Ep. 45 - Turning the Keys of the Priesthood for Women

Gospel Feast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 34:02


The emancipation of modern women is a story that is not clearly understood by the world. It had its beginning in the City of the Saints at Nauvoo on March 17th 1842 when the Prophet of God turned the priesthood keys for women on the earth. This great event eventually led to women getting the vote, first in the Territory of Utah but officially in the State of Wyoming. Someday the history books of humanity will thank Joseph Smith the Prophet for this great gift to God's daughters; and yet, where much is given, much is expected in return. This episode also explains the Order of Heaven and the misunderstanding in modern times of "Unrighteous Dominion." The entire Gospel Feast Series is available in paperback or eReader on Amazon. 

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast
E46: Israel, Israel, Joseph’s Calling

Sunstone Mormon History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021


A great majority of Latter-day Saints can trace their roots to immigrants who were part of the “Great gathering of Israel.” Immigration to Nauvoo was just the beginning, bringing thousands of Saints from all over Europe. They came by boat, wagon and steam. Join Lindsay and Bryan for a discussion of Nauvoo immigration and Joseph …

Church News
Church historic sites and the testifying ‘spirit of place,' with Gary Boatright Jr. and Benjamin Pykles

Church News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 37:19


After more than a year of closures due to the global pandemic, historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now beginning to reopen. Historic Sites operations manager Gary L. Boatright Jr. and Historic Sites manager Benjamin Pykles join this episode of the Church News Podcast to discuss these sacred spaces, how closures allowed for the opening of virtual tours, and how we can honor “the spirit of place” while visiting these locations. They discuss how touring historic sites in person or virtually can allow the Holy Spirit to testify of the importance these spaces held in the Restoration of Christ's gospel on the earth and how the Lord continues to guide the Church today.   The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drunk Mormon Podcast
98 - Nauvoo is not a Star Wars Planet

The Drunk Mormon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 68:31


Recorded back when Lauren was in New Zealand quarantine, we take her on an imaginative journey to the magical, Mormon, living history museum that is Nauvoo, Illinois... Follow us @DrunkMormonPod Visit our Merch Store! Find us on Patreon!