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|Title||Joseph and Moroni: The 7 Principles Moroni Taught Joseph Smith|
|Year of Publication||2006|
|Authors||Baker, LeGrand L.|
|Number of Pages||145|
|City||Salt Lake City|
|Keywords||Early Church History; Joseph Smith; Moroni; Prophet|
This is the story of how an angel taught a boy to be a prophet. In it, we follow Joseph’s life from the time of the First Vision until he completed the translation and returned the Gold Plates to Moroni. It is the story of a remarkable friendship. Moroni had two responsibilities: first, to give Joseph the Gold Plates and teach him how to translate them and second to teach Joseph how to be a prophet.
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- First Principle: One Does Not Speak Too Openly About Sacred Things
- Second Principle: One Must Learn How to Recognize the Feeling That Identifies the Holy Ghost
- Third Principle: Integrity is Keeping One's Covenants with God
- Fourth Principle: Sometimes Prophets Must Make Their Own Decisions
- Fifth Principle: Friendships, However Important, are Not as Important as Keeping God's Commandments
- Sixth Principle: The Lord Has Already Planned for His Children's Success
- Seventh Principle: The Lord Provides Whatever Help He Understands We Need