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Modern Revelation: The History and Message of the Doctrine and Covenants: Young Men's Mutual Improvement Associations Manual, 1906–1907 / No. 10
|Title||Modern Revelation: The History and Message of the Doctrine and Covenants: Young Men's Mutual Improvement Associations Manual, 1906–1907 / No. 10|
|Year of Publication||1906|
|Secondary Authors||Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association|
|Publisher||The General Board of Young Men's Mutual Improvement Associations|
|Place Published||Salt Lake City|
|Keywords||Aaronic Priesthood; Book of Mormon Translation; Church Organization; Civil Government; Doctrine and Covenants; Latter-day Saint History (1820-1846); Melchizedek Priesthood; Millennium; Plan of Salvation; Plural Marriage; Proxy Work; Resurrection; Revelation; Salvation; School of the Prophets; Second Coming; Smith, Joseph, Jr.; U.S. Constitution; Vicarious Work; Word of Wisdom|
The aim of this Manual is to make the young men of Zion acquainted with the Doctrine and Covenants. The Manual is merely a guide to the study of this holy book, and should be used only in connection with the Doctrine and Covenants itself. In this respect, the present Manual is essentially different from those of the last three years, which were in themselves textbooks to which the students were referred for the necessary information. The text book for this year’s work is the Doctrine and Covenants; and the Manual is simply an aid to the systematic study and development of the principles set forth by the revelations contained in that book....
The book of Doctrine and Covenants contains the sublimest truths given by God to His earthly children. It is a book worthy of deep, constant study by all searchers after truth. The book, when studied properly, becomes a daily companion and a ceaseless source of joy in all the varying events of life. The book, though reputed to be somewhat difficult to study, need not be so if the systematic scheme outlined in this Manual be pursued. On the contrary, the study will be easy, interesting and pleasurable.
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