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Life of Heber C. Kimball, An Apostle; The Father and Founder of the British Mission
|Life of Heber C. Kimball, An Apostle; The Father and Founder of the British Mission
|Year of Publication
|Whitney, Orson F.
|Juvenile Instructor Office
|Salt Lake City
|England; First British Mission; Great Britain; Kimball, Heber C.; Latter-day Saint History (1820-1846); Latter-day Saint History (1847-1893); Missionary Work; Second British Mission
This book is written from the standpoint of a Latter-day Saint. It makes no apology for the honest expression of views, which, however false or fanatical they may seem to others, are in the opinion of the author only such as ought to be entertained by every sincere believer and defender of the faith. It is issued with the humble and earnest hope that it may go forth as a messenger of Truth to help prepare the way for greater things that shall glorify God and redeem Zion. The life of a man like Heber C. Kimball, with its lessons of faith and humility, of virtue, courage and devotion, cannot fail, if prayerfully read, to do something in this direction.
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